Limestone Professor's Team Personalizes College's Daily Lifestyle Physical Activity Plan

MyLimestone Activity Plan

Things just got easier for Limestone College students, faculty, and staff members looking for a way to workout on campus.

Dr. Felicia Cavallini, a Professor of Physical Education and recipient of a Fulbright Scholar Grant, recently modified her and her research team’s “MyHouse Activity” and “MyWork Activity” graphics to make them Limestone-specific.

Those previous graphics are being replaced with “MyLimestone” and “MyResidence” activities to demonstrate numerous physical activities that can take place on campus.

Drive To University Graphic

University Status Coming To Limestone In 2020

The “Drive To University” is officially underway at Limestone College. Unanimous approval was recently given by the Board of Trustees for Limestone to begin taking steps to move to the status of a university by the fall of 2020, which coincides with the liberal arts institution’s 175th anniversary.

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Limestone College student-athletes are not only some of the best in the nation on the playing fields and courts, but they are now tops in NCAA Division II in the classroom as well. That was made evident when it was announced recently that Limestone placed a national-best 189 student-athletes on the 2017-18 Division II Athletics Directors Association (D2 ADA) Academic Achievement Award list. “This is another national championship for our student athletes that we want to celebrate,” said Limestone College President Dr. Darrell Parker. “I join with the entire Limestone community in congratulating the exceptional student-athletes who were honored, as well as our Athletics administration and the coaches who guide our young men and women. Our student-athletes are driven to succeed both academically and athletically, and these honors are an indication of their excellent work. Of course, none of this would be possible if not for the fact that Limestone also has some of the finest faculty members in the nation who educate our students.” In order for a student-athlete to earn an Academic Achievem Award, the athletics director of the Division II institution must be a current dues-paying member of the organization. In addition, the student-athlete must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, must have attended a minimum of two years (four semesters) of college level work, and must have been an active member of an intercollegiate team during his/her last academic year.