Jackson Chamber issued the following announcement on Nov. 23.
The University of Memphis(UofM) began operations on the Lambuth campus in 2011. With all the power of a major research university behind it, The University of Memphis Lambuth Campus brings visionary learning to West Tennessee. It gives area residents a campus in their own backyard, making it very convenient to get a world class education close to home. The Lambuth setting is just what you might expect in the friendly city of Jackson - a 57-acre, tree-filled, tranquil campus with stately historic buildings. No vast parking lots. No high-rise buildings. You are simply surrounded by beauty and a genuine love for learning.
At Jackson's only four-year public university, you will be inspired by top professors in small classes, putting you on a first-name basis with experts in your field of study and building contacts to last throughout your career. You will be part of Tiger Nation and have all the advantages of its larger metropolitan university, along with the benefits of the intimate residential college environment of Lambuth.
UofM Lambuth serves Jackson and the surrounding communities, providing first class, quality educational programs from bachelor to doctoral levels. Campus faculty, staff and students also give back to the community by being involved in a number of community activities ranging from the Jackson Chamber to the Jackson Rotary Club, to serving organizations in a variety of capacitites.
UofM Lambuth has continued to thrive over the years. In the spring of 2018, the UofM Lambuth enrollment increased to over 1000 students for the first time in its operation on the campus, and plans are to continue to grow the campus enrollment and continue to fulfill our mission.
UofM Lambuth is located at 705 Lambuth Boulevard. Visitors to the campus may enjoy a tour of the campus or a self-guided tour of the arboretum. For those that prefer a virtual tour of the campus, you can find it at Memphis.edu/Lambuth. You can also find more information on the university there as well.
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Source: Jackson Chamber