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Red & Black Days 2014
Many exciting things will happen during your visit, but the most important thing is that this will be the very first time for us to greet you as a true Lenoir-Rhyne University Student! That’s right…YOU’VE MADE IT! And we can’t wait to congratulate you in person and welcome you to the LR Family!
Below is some very important information for First-Year, Transfer, and Graduate students about the Red & Black Days. Please review it carefully and print it out for your convenience. If you have any questions, or if you need to make changes to your reservation, please notify us as soon as possible. For directions and a look at our campus map, visit our website at www.lr.edu/visitors/maps-and-directions.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Register for your Red & Black Day Now!
Advising & Course Registration
Make sure you have followed instructions on course registration on the website. You will need to bring your printed materials with you, as well as several sample schedules that you have made. If you have not paid your Enrollment Deposit or turned in your Student Health form, please do so as soon as possible in order to be able to register for courses.
What You Need to Know
Advising & Course Registration Materials
The Schedule for the Day
- Check back in early April for more details
Student Health Forms and Immunizations
If you have not already done so, please turn in your student health forms and immunization records as soon as possible. The University Nurse will be available during check-in to go over your records and answer any questions you may have. If you still have outstanding immunizations, we will provide a time during the event for you to come to our clinic to receive them.
Community Service Challenge--100% Participation!
Our Community Service Challenge this year is called Project Paper, and we want to challenge all entering students to participate 100%! Due to budget cuts and the poor economy, we have chosen to help elementary school students and their families by providing notebook paper to area elementary schools. What a great way to become involved in your new community! We are asking that you bring a pack of notebook paper to Red & Black Day to donate. Visit our Project Paper website at www.lr.edu/community-service-challenge for more information! Upon entering the PE Monroe Auditorium on this day, please place your supplies on the stage before finding your seat. Don't forget your donation...we're going for 100% participation!