LCU's 6th President Officially in OfficeOct. 3, 2012
June 2012 marked a new era for Lubbock Christian University as Tim Perrin, JD began his duties as the 6th president of the university.
"It's good to be home," said Perrin at a campus reception on Friday.
Perrin is a Lubbock native and has a distinguished career in academia as a professor and university administrator. After graduating from LCU in 1984 and the Texas Tech School of Law in 1987, he was a trial attorney in Corpus Christi, with a litigation practice in both state and federal courts. In 1992, he began his academic career at Pepperdine University where he has held the posts of Professor of Law, Associate Provost, and Vice Dean of the Pepperdine School of Law.
“I want to continue to strengthen, preserve and enhance what LCU already has," said Perrin, "LCU is a both/and – we can have rigorous, strong, excellent academic programs and maintain the faith commitments that make us distinctive."
Perrin’s other goals for the next one-to-two years include strengthening LCU’s Christian mission, increasing the school’s financial resources and deepening connections with the school’s 10,000 alumni.
The official inauguration for his appointment has been set for September, after the academic school year is underway.