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LCU Hosting Panel of Business LeadersSep. 30, 2013

Lubbock Christian University is holding a panel discussion, Business as a Calling, as a part of this year’s annual Thinking Critical initiative. Four distinguished guests will share their thoughts on the opportunities—and challenges—of serving God and serving others when using their talents in the business world. The panel will be facilitated on... view full story

Associates and Corn Benefit LCUSep. 27, 2013

The Associates of Lubbock Christian University, an organization made up of women who share the purpose of uniting Christian women on the South Plains in a genuine spiritual fellowship, support LCU in all her needs, help promote the highest advantages in physical, social, intellectual and spiritual education of every student of LCU and promote a... view full story

Dye Named Alumni Relations DirectorSep. 18, 2013

The Office of University Advancement at Lubbock Christian University is pleased to announce the appointment of Sheila (Ludwig) Dye as Director of Alumni Relations. Dye is a member of the 1980 graduating class and is a member of the LCU Board of Trustees. She begins her role on October 7. “This is an extraordinarily good day for Lubbock... view full story

Official Enrollment Above 2000 for Fourth Consecutive YearSep. 16, 2013

Lubbock Christian University announced today that the school has achieved an enrollment of more than 2,000 for the fall 2013 semester. According to the office of the registrar, LCU has a fall enrollment of 2,002 students. The university surpassed the 2,000 student mark for the fourth consecutive year and for the sixth time in the last nine... view full story

Students Encouraged to Think CriticallySep. 12, 2013

On Monday, Lubbock Christian University kicked off their third Thinking Critically Initiative with Dr. Darryl Tippens, Provost of Pepperdine University, speaking to three different audiences about vocation. The Thinking Critically Initiative began as an aim to enhance the quality of the student educational experience at LCU. The initiatives are... view full story

Technology Provides More Foreign Language OpportunitiesSep. 9, 2013

New classes are coming to the Lubbock Christian University curriculum. Last school year, German and French language classes were taught to LCU students through a video-web based foreign language consortium called the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE). The foreign language consortium is a partnership with several... view full story

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