Welcome to Lowry Memorial College and Group of Institutions (LMC) where we are committed to values of Integrity, Compassion and Christian Service. The success of our students as individuals is paramount at LMC. Our mission is to educate the spirit as well as the mind, and to help students fulfil their dreams. The years spent at Lowry Memorial College, whether as a post graduate, an undergraduate or a high-school student, is a time of growth – physically, spiritually, and intellectually.
Lowry Memorial College serves close to 2000 students on its campus. As an urban college, the institution reaches a diverse constituency, serving as a cultural, social and intellectual centre for the community and as a resource and partner for business and industry. Lowry Adventist College is in the midst of a new era of expansion in facilities and enrolment, a response to a re-dedication to the college’s mission and to the legacy of our founders. This re-commitment to our roots prepares us for outreach to students and alumni throughout the nation and the world. The latest master plan is much more than bricks and mortar; it is a means of outreach that will take the Seventh-day Adventist philosophy and educational mission to a larger and more diverse population.
Our vision and plan will further grow the Lowry Memorial College to all, as a premier educational institution committed to quality, values and lifelong learning. These values and commitment are the heart of our institution and inherent in each and every alumnus, in our faculty, administration and staff. Together, we work to share these beliefs with the students we serve.
Please join us in the Lowry Memorial College renaissance. We look forward in serving you, learning with you, and always welcoming you.
|Founders||Gentry Lowry & Bertha Lowry|
|Former Names||South India Training School, Lowry Memorial High School|
|Motto||Serving Humanity, Centenary and Beyond|
|Religious Affiliation||Seventh-day Adventist Church|
|President||Prof. M. Ravindra Shankar|
|Location||Bengaluru, Karnataka, India|
|Campus||Urban, 50 acres|