TLU joins campuses nationwide in effort to be Voter Friendly
Posted on 3/5/2019 9:12:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) --  Texas Lutheran University is getting recognized for helping to make students a part of the political process. TLU has officially been designated as a "Voter-Friendly Campus."  The mission of the Voter Friendly Campus designation is to bolster efforts that help students overcome barriers to participating in the political process.
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Warp Trio to take the stage Tuesday night at TLU's Jackson Auditorium
Posted on 3/5/2019 7:07:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) -- Music genres will collide tonight as Texas Lutheran University welcomes Warp Trio. Ashlie Ford, TLU director of marketing and communications, says the university is excited about welcoming the talented group of musicians to Seguin. She says the concert will serve as the grand finale for this year's Brown Distinguished Lecture and Cultural Event Series schedule which has welcomed several elite and highly recognized programs to the campus.
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TLU extends invitation for day of service to city officials, community volunteers
Posted on 2/12/2019 5:28:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Texas Lutheran University has formally invited the Seguin City Council to participate in this year's Day of the Dogs event. TLU students use the day to tackle several service projects across the city.
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TLU leadership honored with legacy gift
Posted on 1/11/2019 8:03:00 AM.
 
 
Dr. Stuart Dorsey and Russ Rinn marching into December's graduation ceremony at TLU. Photo by Tony Grandinetti 
 
(Seguin) -- As the 2019 spring semester kicks off at Texas Lutheran University so do the plans of success and hope for all of its future students. Much of that security in the future comes after last month's special surprise for TLU President Stuart Dorsey and his wife Michelle. The couple during TLU's graduation ceremony was surprised with a $50,000 endowed scholarship established in their name. The other half of the surprise is that it was presented and made possible by TLU alumnus and Seguin native Russ Rinn.
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TLU President, First Lady have special gift named in their honor
Posted on 12/27/2018 7:28:00 AM.
 
Distinguished TLU alumnus Russ Rinn, right, recently surpised TLU President Stuart Dorsey, left, and his wife, Michelle Dorsey, with a special honor. Rinn, earlier this month, used the Texas Lutheran University graduation to announce a $50,000 endowed scholarship in the name of Dr. Dorsey and his wife. TLU officials say the Dorseys were moved by the gesture. The announcement comes at a great time for the university, which has a goal in place to establish support for more annual scholarships. Photo courtesy Tony Grandinetti
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