The Cleveland State Partnership Office is located in the Holden University Center at Lakeland Community College.
Cleveland State Partnership Office
7700 Clocktower Dr.
Holden University Center, 111
Kirtland, OH 44094
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1120 N. Ocoee Street
PO Box 3450
Cleveland, TN 37320-3450
toll free (800) 533-9930 or direct (423) 614-8000
Lee University is a private, comprehensive university located in Cleveland, TN, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Lee is emerging as a leader in higher education in the southeastern region and was ranked in 2011 in the "Top Tier" in the South by U.S. News & World report (Comprehensive Medium-Size Universities). Lee is also ranked by Princeton Review's "Best Colleges" and is now one of the 141 colleges named Best in the Southeast.
Over the past two decades, Lee has become one of the largest Christ-centered private institutions in Tennessee and the largest in the Appalachian College Association. During that period, the university has undergone a remarkable transformation that has included significant growth in academic programs, student enrollment, faculty expertise and diversity, as well as an expanded sense of mission and vision.
The Academic Sector is made up of four colleges and schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the Helen DeVos College of Education, the School of Music, and the School of Religion. There are 12 academic departments and 4 graduate areas of study within the colleges and schools. Lee University offers 43 on-campus undergraduate majors in 87 programs of study.
The Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the university. In addition to overseeing the four colleges and schools, the Office for Academic Affairs oversees these auxiliary academic offices and services:
General Admission Requirements
Admission to Lee University is based on the completion of an official application and evidence that the applicant possesses the qualities needed for satisfactory achievement in terms of character, ability, academic foundation, purpose, and personality. The university admits students regardless of race, color, national origin, religious preference, or disability. To be eligible for admission the applicant must have received a diploma from an approved high school or a passing score on the GED test. Acceptance of students is based upon discernible qualities and potential without reference to any perceived notion of an ideal class.
Application forms are mailed upon request to all prospective students and can be obtained from our website or directly from this link . All students expecting to enroll at Lee University for the first time must submit the following:
- A Lee University admissions application .
- An official high school transcript mailed directly from the high school. Students must obtain a 2.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale). Students must also receive a composite score of a 17 or above on the ACT, or an 860 or above on the SAT (critical reading and math scores combined, writing scores will not be considered). Students transferring with more than 15 semester hours are not required to provide a high school transcript.
- An official test score report from ACT.org or College Board (SAT). Transfer students having fewer than 16 semester hours are required to submit ACT or SAT test scores. The ACT or SAT should be taken on a national test date. Exceptions to this policy should be forwarded to the Director of Admissions for consideration. To be eligible for Academic Scholarships, ACT or SAT exams must be taken on a national test date.
- An application fee of $25 (non-refundable, non-transferable). The application fee may be applied to the account of the student for a period of two semesters following the date of payment.
- Any applicant born after January 1, 1957, must provide documented proof of receiving two MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccinations after 12 months of age (collected after acceptance).
- A Residential Life application and housing deposit of $200 are required before a student will be assigned on-campus housing; however, they are not required for general admission to the university. This deposit is fully refundable up to thirty days before registration. Rooms are not assigned until a student has been officially accepted to the university
When the above requirements have been fulfilled, a student will be notified of his/her acceptance or rejection by the Office of Admissions. The university may refuse admission and registration to students, or may admit them on Academic Probation, limiting the number of credit hours allowed during the first semester. The admissions policies are reviewed annually by the Admissions Committee.
A Christian environment and personally committed, professional instructors are the "natural surroundings" that encompass all programs at Lee. Students are immersed in hands-on learning programs, as well as supportive classroom atmospheres where they are continually challenged.
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- Residence Hall Application
- Kairos Scholars Honors Program
- Online Application
- International Student Booklet
Lee University is excited to announce the development of a brand new nursing program. We look forward to sharing more information with you as it becomes available.
Frontline Preview Days
We invite you to visit our campus and see all that Lee University has to offer. You will have an opportunity to meet professors, interact with students, tour our campus, and much more. Please join us during one our Frontline preview days !
STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFICE
The Student Financial Services Office strives to promote responsibility in financial matters and provide quality support to students, faculty, staff, and other constituents that exemplify the core values of excellence, integrity, and service. By doing so, we maintain a strong purpose to touch the lives of our students by providing goals and objectives to help manage the cost and sacrifice of obtaining a superior education.
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Tuesday/Thursday, 10:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. during Chapel
P.O. Box 3450
Cleveland, TN 37320-3450
Phone: (423) 614.8100 | (423) 614.8658
Fax: (423) 614.8083
The Lee University Counseling Center (LUCC) exists to provide professional and psychological services to support the holistic personal and emotional development of Lee University students. Caring and highly qualified therapists ensure a safe and confidential environment for all clients. All LUCC services are provided at no cost to qualified enrolled Lee University students. Students, faculty, and staff can find more resources on LUCC's Portico site.
The LUCC offers a wide range of mental health services, including:
- Individual and couples
- Pre-marriage counseling
- Group therapy
- Psycho-educational workshops
- Referral to other specialists
- Referral to contract psychiatrist and/or psychiatric nurse practitioner (reserved exclusively for those involved in on-going counseling at the LUCC)
- Faculty/staff consultation
- Outreach programming
- Graduate Intern Training Program
The LUCC is committed to offering confidential services addressing issues such as:
8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Closed 12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m. (Monday-Friday for lunch)
10:30 a.m. - 11:30a.m. (Tuesdays & Thursdays for chapel)
Resources for Parents
Assisting Your Child
I am worried about my child. Can you go to his/her room and talk to him/her? (click to expand)
Our staff members do not initiate phone calls, e-mails or room visits to students. We do, however, have daily walk-in hours (Monday 2-3:30; Tuesday 1-2:30; Thursday 8:30-10; & Friday 10:00 – 11:30) available for students to come in and meet with a counselor. If you believe your child is reluctant to call the Center, we would be happy to consult with you individually about your concerns.
Can I make an appointment for my child?
We prefer that your son or daughter call the Counseling Center to schedule his or her own appointment. We have found that they know their schedule best and that they are more likely to keep their appointments if they have scheduled them.
We invite parents to call the Counseling Center to speak with a counselor if they have any questions about our services or if they are wondering how to assist a son or daughter struggling with a particular issue. To contact us, please call (423) 614-8415. A counselor can talk with you about ways to encourage your student to schedule an appointment and how to talk to him or her about counseling. We can also provide parents with referrals to counseling services outside the University.
In order to see a counselor, your child can come by the Counseling Center during our walk-in hours (Monday 2-3:30; Tuesday 1-2:30; Thursday 8:30-10; & Friday 10:00 – 11:30) and see a counselor on a first-come, first-served basis. If they cannot make it during our walk-in times, they can call the Center (614-8415) and ask the receptionist for assistance. During the walk-in session itself, which normally lasts 20-30 minutes, a counselor will work with your child to determine how and where his/her needs can be best met. She or he may be referred to an individual counselor, to a group, or referred to another agency in the community.
How do I know if my child needs counseling?
Students seek counseling for many reasons including, but not limited to the following: loneliness and adjustment issues, concerns about career choice and/or academic performance, family concerns such as alcoholism or divorce, emotional difficulties such as depression or anxiety, roommate conflicts, food or body image issues, problems with substance use, and suicidal feelings. Students may be seen at the Counseling Center or referred for other psychological or psychiatric services depending on the nature of their presenting issues.
How can I help my child?
The college years, late adolescence and young adulthood, are a critical developmental time in the life of your son or daughter. In addition to growing intellectually, he or she is learning to live independently, make choices, accept responsibility, form relationships with others, contribute to the community and further develop a sense of identity and purpose in life. These important steps are never easy and often are quite stressful. This is also a time when some individuals first experience problems with depression, anxiety or other psychological disorders.
As clinicians, our staff members understand the concerns and anxieties that parents of university students experience. We view parents as critical partners in helping students survive and thrive in the university environment. Whether you have questions about adjustment to the university or other psychological or emotional issues confronting your student, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your concerns and answer your questions within the bounds of confidentiality .
Because psychological wellness is such an important component of every student's success, we also encourage you to become familiar with the information on our website, to learn about the symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders, eating problems, substance abuse and to become familiar with our services. In this way we can be effective partners for our students' wellness and mental health.
What if my child needs a service you cannot provide?
We can provide parents with referrals to counseling services outside the university. However, it is best to have your child come in to the Center during our walk-in hours (Monday 2-3:30; Tuesday 1-2:30; Thursday 8:30-10; & Friday 10:00 – 11:30) and speak to an intake counselor. We can assess the situation and make a more appropriate referral if we meet personally with your daughter or son.
Are there any other resources that might be helpful for me as a parent concerned about my child?
- American Psychological Association Help Center
- American Psychiatric Association's HealthyMinds.org
- American Counseling Association
- American Association of Christian Counselors
- AACC Christian Care Network
- United Way of Bradley County
How can I access information about my son or daughter's treatment?
Due to state and federal law, as well as professional codes of ethics, we can neither confirm nor deny whether any individual age 18 or older is involved in ANY type of therapy at the Counseling Center. Furthermore, apart from a few exceptional circumstances such as harm to self or others, we cannot communicate any information regarding the session content, treatment history, or diagnosis of a client. If you are a family member or Lee University professional and you wish to receive ANY information from our office regarding a student, you MUST obtain that student's written permission. While we are happy to take any information you wish to share, we cannot communicate any information about a client without a signed authorization form.