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Lindsey Wilson is a private, Christian graduate school in Columbia, Kentucky. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 497 graduate students. Of the 4 graduate programs offered at Lindsey Wilson College, 3 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Lindsey Wilson College are Counseling Psychology, Graphic Design, and Teaching. 8% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
210 Lindsey Wilson St
Columbia, KY 42728

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Great school that provides an accelerated weekend masters program! This program provides flexibility, and is CACREP accredited. The professors are PHD’s and are very helpful. The accommodations for the graduate cohort are as convenient as possible and the locations available to the weekend students are also convenient. This is a program that I plan to continue through for my doctorate. I would recommend this program to any serious students attempting to complete their advanced educational goals.
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Honestly Lindsey as a whole is Ann ok campus. People are nice and friendly. But I was in the nursing program, which by the way is a newer program. It only has had 5 cohorts (classes) graduate. My experience there was horrible and the only reason i honestly went there was because a had a full scholarship, but my advice to you is to not just choose a school because they are paying your/most of the tuition but because you have researched that it has the right qualities you are looking for especially within the program you want to go on in to. But the nursing program there was always changing last minute things like exams, policies, tasks, etc. Also there was different teachers like every semester or year and not a lot of them lasted there. But I just want to help some people out in not choosing this school of your going into the nursing program. I which you good luck in finding the right school for you!!