News & Events

Can you be an online learner?

Many people ask me what I do at Hannibal-LaGrange University. When I tell them that I am the director of the adult and graduate division, many of their eyes glaze over. Then the next question comes, “You mean you teach online?” My answer is yes. Then I get these questions, “How can you really teach …

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HLGU Aiding MacMurray Transfers After College Shuts Down

Following MacMurray College’s announcement that the institution will close and stop all enrollments, Hannibal-LaGrange University is stepping in to offer academic transfer plans along with additional scholarships to any former MacMurray students who are now in search of a way to complete their degrees. In an effort to make the transition as smooth as possible, …

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HLGU Planning Annual Science Camps

Register Waiver More Information Hannibal-LaGrange University is planning to once again host its annual summer science camps for elementary students who are currently in grades 2-5. For students currently in second and third grade the camp will be held June 15-19, from 9:00 to 11:45 am. Activities and experiments will teach participants about gravity, molecules, …

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An Open Letter to the HLGU Family from Dr. Allen

Communication to Students, Faculty, and Staff at Hannibal-LaGrange University- Two weeks ago, many of us were thinking, “finally spring break has arrived.” Sure we knew about COVID-19, but while there were concerns, nothing could have prepared us for what unfolded over the next few days. Our plans were to travel to Israel with a tour …

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HLGU Students First in the Nation

Communication studies students at Hannibal-LaGrange University who cover the news for their campus are now making headlines of their own after taking first place in a national news broadcasting competition. The HLGU team of four competed against several other member schools from across the country in the 24-hour news competition sponsored by the National Religious …

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