Lenoir-Rhyne offers various programs designed for adults who want to complete a degree, earn an additional degree or increase your personal and professional growth skill set. When it comes to your education, we offer flexibility, affordability and employability.
Whether you’re looking to start or continue your college career, we offer you support and opportunity at Lenoir-Rhyne. By combining quality degree programs with affordable tuition and flexible options, we create an environment to help you turn your dreams into reality.
With my need to work full-time and balance the role of fatherhood, I’m grateful Lenoir-Rhyne supported my efforts to complete my degree.
Randy Ortega '20, Graphic Design
Take Charge of Your Future
You’re an adult working full-time, perhaps with children and balancing many commitments. Although your life may be challenging, you still want to complete your bachelor’s degree or take courses to further your professional experience.
At Lenoir-Rhyne University, we’ve helped many adult learners like you obtain a bachelor’s degree and gain knowledge and skills in a specific field. Whether you are just starting or need more guidance in your academic journey, we are here for you. With hundreds of classes offered on various days and times, we have the tools to help you succeed. As you navigate common barriers and questions adult students face, we are here to engage in conversation and support your efforts.
We believe you should have the opportunity to achieve your higher education goals. We are committed to helping you identify and secure the financial resources necessary to make your education possible and affordable.
We value applied learning and research so that your coursework supports your daily efforts in the workforce. If you have a particular area of interest, we can help you gain practical experience, build a professional network and earn a paycheck and college credit, all while still employed.
On a bright winter day, Lenoir-Rhyne hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of Moretz Stadium on its Hickory campus on Monday, Jan. 24. The stadium is home to football and men’s and women’s lacrosse.