In its latest expansion, Lindenwood University opened its new campus in downtown St. Louis this month. The university expects an annual enrollment at the downtown campus of 500 students, said Joanna Schlotman, a spokeswoman. Lindenwood leased a floor, totaling 6,300 square feet of space, at a five-story building at 1409 Washington Avenue. The downtown St. Louis campus is Lindenwood’s 10th satellite location. In addition to its 500-acre main campus in St. Charles, Lindenwood operates off-site campuses in Defiance; Lincoln County; Florissant; O'Fallon, Mo.; south St. Louis County; Weldon Spring; Wentzville; Westport; and Belleville, Ill.
President James Evans leads the liberal arts school, which has more than 14,000 students and more than 120 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Source: St. Louis Business Journal