LIFE UNIVERSITY RANKED AS No. 1 MOST DIVERSE COLLEGE IN GEORGIA, No. 18 IN THE COUNTRY, BY NICHE.COM
November 17, 2022 – Niche.com, a market leader in education search data, recently released their 2023 Niche Best Colleges lists and ranked Life University (Life U) No. 1 in the 2023 Most Diverse Colleges in Georgia list.
Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 at Life U
The national theme for 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month is Unidos- Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation, according to the National Institutes of Health Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. What a fitting sentiment, and one that we strive to work toward at Life University (Life U). National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and continues through October 15.
Organizational Spotlight: Global Voices
Global Voices is a student-centered assistance program that offers academic resources, skills for personal and professional development and sponsors cultural events for all students in order to guide all students toward achieving their academic, cultural transition and leadership goals within Life U’s community.
Your Ally for Accessible Learning Content- Blackboard Ally for Life U
At Life University, we pride ourselves on going the extra mile to make sure that each and every student on campus has access to the materials they need in order to reach their innate potential. With that principle in mind, Life U recently activated Blackboard Ally on Blackboard, the course login site that Life U students already know well.
LIFE UNIVERSITY HOSTS FIRST ANNUAL JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION
Marietta, Georgia- June 16, 2022- A few days ahead of the newly recognized federal national holiday Juneteenth, Life University (Life U) hosted their first annual Juneteenth Celebration to line up with the Spring 2022 graduation. Students and staff enjoyed music, delicious food and fun yard…
Club Spotlight: Muslim Students Association
At Life University (Life U), we place a high value on Integrity, which at Life U “is defined as a state of completeness or wholeness; adherence to a set of values, implying wholeness of body, mind and spirit; and in our relationships with people and the planet.” Supporting the whole person and community at Life U is paramount to our continued success.
My First Quarter- Ayman Mahmoud
Diversity is the first thing that comes to mind. But more importantly, it’s a platform where Muslims get to represent themselves, which isn’t always the case in some media sources. Also, inclusivity across cultures/beliefs is huge, I think. In the end, we’re all one kind – humankind.
My 1st Quarter – Danielle Albright
Be open. Make sure you’re diverse. We do have an [unspoken] rule where if you see somebody on campus to say, “Hi,” to get used to talking to people you don’t know. Enjoy it; have fun. That’s all it is really about—having fun and making connections and to do what you have to do in the classroom. And if you are in a sport, do what you have to do in the sport and in the classroom as well.
Shining a Light on Black Mental Health
The Black History Month 2022 national theme is “Black Health and Wellness. In honor of the theme, Dr. Harrison Davis, Chief Diversity Officer at Life University (Life U), would like to shine a light on what is becoming a prevalent issue today. Life U will be hosting an online Symposium on Black Mental Health on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.