What city is Lee University in?
Is Lee University a church of God?
As a Christian university operated under the auspices of the Church of God, Lee University is firmly committed to the conservative, evangelical, Pentecostal religious position of its sponsoring denomination.
Is Lee University a liberal school?
Lee University is a liberal arts institution based in the town of Cleveland, southeastern Tennessee. It was founded in 1918 as a Bible Training School, and continues an affiliation with the evangelical Church of God. The university is named for F.J. Lee, the second president of the institution.
Is Lee University an Ivy League school?
Answer: Washington and Lee University is not one of the original eight Ivy League colleges and universities. The original Ivy League schools include: Cornell University, Harvard University, Princeton University, Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth College, Yale University, and Brown University.
Does Lee University have fraternities?
Washington and Lee has 12 national fraternities: 9 are part of the Interfraternity Council (IFC), 1 is a local organization and 2 are historically black Greek organizations(*).
Is Lee University Liberal or conservative?
The campus is conservative, but both the College Republicans and College Democrats are active on campus.
Is Lee University regionally accredited?
Regional accreditation is a good thing. Attending a regionally accredited institution is important if you may want to transfer credits to another institution or if you want to attend a post-graduate program.