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HLGU Beats National Enrollment Trend

Despite national enrollment trends, HLGU saw an increase in freshman enrollment this year and an increase in residential students. In a June 2021 article, Forbes reported that the latest numbers show the largest college enrollment decline in a decade, but Tad Wingo, HLGU’s vice president for enrollment management and marketing, knows what sets HLGU apart. …

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HLGU to host Constitution Day Speaker Series

Hannibal-LaGrange University will host a special speaker series to celebrate Constitution Day, beginning with a lecture and Q&A from Dr. Jefferey J. Ventrella with Alliance Defending Freedom on Tuesday, September 7, at 7 p.m. in the Roland Fine Arts Center lobby. In part two of the series, HLGU will welcome David Roland from the Freedom …

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HLGU names Deanette Jarman as teacher education faculty

Hannibal-LaGrange University is excited to announce the hiring of Mrs. Deanette Jarman as a teacher education faculty member with a specialty focus in secondary education. Mrs. Jarman is no stranger to Hannibal-LaGrange, as she has been with the University for five years as supervisor of HLGU’s Master of Education program, adjunct faculty, and student teacher …

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HLGU commemorates opening of new disc golf course

As a result of the 2021 Day of Giving, HLGU is happy to announce the opening of a brand new disc golf course to the public. The 9-hole course is located behind the Roland Library on HLGU’s beautiful campus and is completely open to the community. Those that wish to use the course may park …

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HLGU celebrates commissioning of four Colson Fellows

Hannibal-LaGrange University is excited to announce that in partnership with the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, four Colson Fellows have been commissioned. The Colson Fellows Program equips Christians with a robust Christian worldview so they can thoughtfully engage with post-Christian culture, inspire reflection in others, and work effectively toward re-shaping the world in the light …

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