Cavallini 2023
Limestone University Professor of Physical Education Dr. Felicia Cavallini and alumna Abigail “Abi” Treadway had a research paper published recently in the Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention.

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The South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) announced earlier this week the receipt of a Power:Ed award that will provide completion grants for students at financial risk for dropping out of college. Qualifying students who could benefit include those from Limestone and others at the 21 private higher education institutions that are members of the SCICU.

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Limestone University Professor Dr. Randy D. Nichols recently presented at the Popular Culture Association's 2023 National Conference in San Antonio.

Saints Lacrosse 5-14-23
The No.2-seeded Limestone University men's lacrosse team hosts No.5-seed Lenoir-Rhyne this Sunday, May 21, at 1 p.m. in the NCAA Division II National Championship Semifinals. The winner will advance into the National Title Game on Sunday, May 28, in Philadelphia. Tickets to the semifinal contest at Saints Field against the visiting Bears are now available online. Adult tickets are $5 and student tickets (12-under and college students) are $3 each.

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The No. 2-seeded Limestone University men's lacrosse team will host No. 6 seed University of Indianapolis in an NCAA Division II National Championship Quarter-Final Game on Sunday, May 14, at 1 p.m., on Saints Field in Gaffney.

Charles Blue - Limestone
It was announced earlier this week that former Limestone University basketball player Charles Blue has been named as the new head coach for the boys' basketball team at Gaffney High School.

Limestone Front Campus 5-6-23
Limestone University, the Gaffney-based institution founded in 1845, must have major investments in the coming months in order to jumpstart its recovery strategy and pave the way for long-term financial stability. 

David Thompson Final
Limestone University music professor Dr. David Thompson will mark an end of an era Saturday when he hears the final notes from “Pomp and Circumstance” ring through Fullerton Auditorium.

Graduation May 2022
Limestone University will conduct two separate graduation ceremonies on Saturday, May 6, inside Fullerton Auditorium.

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Limestone University’s Spring 2023 Student Research and Presentations Symposium will take place on Friday, April 28, inside the library at the Hine

Jack Knipe SCICU
Dr. John Martin “Jack” Knipe, assistant professor of English and Spanish, is Limestone University’s 2023 South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities “Excellence In Teaching” award recipient.

Tawana Scott "Human Rights Award"
Tawana Scott, Limestone University’s Director of Equity & Inclusion, was recently presented the “Human Rights Award” by the South Carolina Counseling Association at its 59th Annual Conference.

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Limestone University To Host Spring Jazz Fest On April 25 The Limestone University Jazz Ensemble will host the Limestone Spring Jazz Fest on Tuesday, April 25, at 7 p.m., in Fullerton Auditorium. The concert is free, and the public is invited to attend. The joint concert with the Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble will feature classic big band jazz music as well as more contemporary arrangements and compositions. The Limestone Jazz Ensemble is conducted by Spencer Nance, and the Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble is conducted by Dr. Tom Wright. “This is a great opportunity for our students in the Jazz Ensemble to perform with musicians of a high caliber from the area,” Nance said. “It also gives us the opportunity to invite musicians from the community to perform on our beautiful campus.” Established in 1996 under the auspices of the Spartanburg Community Band, the Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble was formed in order to create an opportunity for local musicians to provide quality jazz performances to the public. The Jazz Band performs at events such as Spartanburg’s Spring Fling, Music on Main, Dickens of a Christmas, and for special programs such as the Pan American Games for the Blind. The Jazz Band also performs on its own during the popular “Ice Cream Sundays” Summer Concert Series and the Christmas Festival.

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Limestone University and its Athletic Department have announced the discontinuation of the men’s volleyball program effectively immediately. Currently enrolled students will retain their scholarships through the completion of their fourth academic year if they remain at Limestone.

Chorus Concert 4-23-23
The Limestone University Chorus will present its Spring Concert on Sunday, April 23, at 3 p.m. inside Fullerton Auditorium.

State House 4-19-23
Students from Limestone University and other South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities (SCICU) member colleges & universities were at the South Carolina State House on Wednesday, April 19, to say “thank you” to legislators for their S.C. Tuition Grants.

The fourth-grade classes from Limestone-Central Elementary School were on campus on Tuesday, April 18, to get a glimpse of the student experience at Limestone University.

Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society
Limestone University held its Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Monday, April 17, 2023, on the front campus.

Academic Awards 4-17-23
Limestone University held its Spring Semester Academic Awards Ceremony on Monday, April 17, inside Fullerton Auditorium.

Art Exhibit
The Limestone University Art Gallery is currently showcasing its final exhibit of the current academic year, “Natural Instincts and Other Curiosities” by Tim Massey.

Military Friendly
For the second consecutive year, Limestone University has been designated as a “Military Friendly® School” by Viqtory Media.

Battlefield Bash
Limestone University Professor of Physical Education Dr. Felicia Cavallini and six of her former undergraduate students recently had a paper published in the 'Journal of City and Development."

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High school students who have been accepted to Limestone University for the Fall 2023 semester are invited to a "Future Saints Day" event on campus on Saturday, April 29.

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Sponsored by Educators Rising, Limestone University hosted a World Autism Awareness Day event on Monday, April 3, on the first floor of the Hines & Riggins Center.

Wind Ensemble Spring Concert 2023
The Limestone University Wind Ensemble will perform its 2023 Spring Concert on Thursday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in Fullerton Auditorium.

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Limestone University is grateful for the generosity of its alumni and friends who are making an investment in our students through “The Next 175” fundraising campaign. With that philanthropy, we can meet the needs of current and future students. Your gifts will inspire future donors to invest in creating opportunities and addressing challenges, positioning Limestone as a regional leader in higher education now and for generations to come.

Spring Game 2023
Coming off the most successful season in program history – which included a bid into the NCAA Division II National Championship Playoffs – Limestone University’s football team will be back in front of its fans on Saturday, April 15, at 2 p.m., for the Saints’ annual “Blue & White Spring Game.”

Chamber Music Concert (Spring 2023)

The Limestone University Department of Visual & Performing Arts will host its Chamber Music Concert on Tuesday, April 11, at 7:00 p.m., inside

Women's Wrestling
Limestone University and its Athletic Department have announced that it is discontinuing its women’s wrestling program effectively immediately. Currently enrolled students will retain their scholarships through the completion of their fourth academic year if they remain at Limestone.

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A proactive strategic realignment of resources being implemented by Limestone will better position the University to support long-term goals and to serve its mission to deliver excellence in educating students from diverse backgrounds, including those individuals who may find access to higher education difficult.

Hailey Martin 2023
Limestone University has appointed Hailey P. Martin as its new Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics, making her the first female in the institution’s history to serve in that position.

Mike Cerino - Richardson
Limestone’s fundraising efforts are anticipating similar success that its athletics department enjoyed under the leadership of Michael H. Cerino who has transitioned into a new role with the University.

Joan Higginbotham
Limestone University will host a pair of Women in Technology & Sciences (WITS) Conferences on Thursday, March 23, and Friday, March 24, from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day.

Annette Reynolds - December 2020
Limestone University will recognize “Dr. M.L. Annette Reynolds Day” on Monday, Feb. 27, as the culmination of its Black History Month celebration on campus.  

Bike-Share - Bike Arrival
The Bike-Share Pilot Program coordinated by Limestone University and the City of Gaffney is officially underway now that the bikes have arrived on campus.

Spirit Camp 2023
The Limestone University cheer and dance programs are hosting a Spirit Squad Kiddie Camp on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 8 a.m.

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Limestone University student Qualiza Anderson has been selected to receive a Council of Independent Colleges/UPS Scholarship provided by South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU).

Jack Knipe 2023
Limestone University Assistant Professor of English and Spanish Dr. Jack Knipe will soon present his research on the role of Māori language and culture at an English-medium school in New Zealand at the 67th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES). 

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David C. Mitchell, a 1991 graduate of Limestone and Real Men Lead Program mentor, will serve as the keynote speaker on Thursday, Feb. 9, as the University begins its observance of Black History Month.

Saints Field Rendering February 2023
Fundraising efforts are currently underway to provide upgrades to Saints Field, which hosts Limestone University football, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and field hockey. The upgrades will also provide Limestone the opportunity to move future graduation ceremonies to the stadium, as well as host other large-scale events.

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Limestone University Interim President Dr. Monica Baloga addresses the campus community on Friday, Feb. 3, 2023.

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The Board of Trustees at Limestone University has voted to name Dr. Monica Baloga as Interim President of the Gaffney-based institution.

Eric McDonald
Limestone University has named Eric McDonald as its Interim Vice President For Finance & Administration. McDonald started his new duties at Limestone on Monday, Jan. 31.

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I wanted to take a moment this afternoon to reach out during this time of transition to reassure our campus, alumni, and friends that Limestone, although we have much work to do, is well-positioned to successfully move forward. I am grateful for this opportunity to serve as the Acting President of our wonderful University, and I appreciate the trust and confidence of our Board of Trustees.

Dr. Baloga - Acting President
Dr. Monica Baloga has been named as the Acting President of Limestone University.

Jimmy & Beth Martin 2022
Limestone University will formally dedicate “Jimmy Martin Field” at its new softball complex on Sunday, Feb. 19, in between games of a doubleheader.

MLK Day of Service 2023

Limestone University students found a way to make an impact on hunger in the community Monday while honoring the legacy of civil rights leader Rev.

AJ and Abi
Limestone Professor of Physical Education Dr. Felicia Cavallini and two of the University’s alumni had a research paper published recently in the "Journal of Family Medicine and Disease Prevention."

Cord - Napa Exhibition 2022
Carolyn Ford, a Professor of Art at Limestone University, recently took part in the “Terracotta Corridor” exhibition in Napa, CA.

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Limestone University alum and former Saints student-athlete Justin Rogers was recently named the head football coach at South Stokes High School in Walnut Cove, North Carolina.