I would like to visit campus, when can I come?
Although you can schedule a personal tour any time when our campus is open, you might want to take advantage of one of the special Chap Days throughout the year or visit during one of our signature events to see LCU at its finest! Schedule a visit.
When I visit campus, can I stay overnight?
Yes! You can arrange to spend the night on our special visit days called Chap Days where you will have the opportunity to meet other future LCU students and experience what life is like in our residence halls.
What is a Chap Day?
Chap Days are special dates set aside for students like you who are searching for the perfect college. Dedicated to giving you an authentic college experience, Chap Days will also give you the benefit of meeting other future LCU students on group tours. You will explore our campus, attend chapel, meet with a professor or sit in a class of your choice as well as enjoy a free lunch.
Can I attend a class or visit with a coach?
Yes! All guided campus visits include sitting in on the college class of your choice or a meeting with a faculty member in your field of interest.
Can you send me more information about LCU?
We would love to! Just click here.
How do I apply?
- Complete the Application for Admission
- Submit High School Transcript
- Submit ACT or SAT score
- Turn in FAFSA
When is the application deadline?
There are no admissions deadlines to apply for enrollment. But why wait? To reserve your spot on campus it is best if we receive your application by June 15.
What is the application fee? Can it be waived?
There is a $25 application fee that will be waived if you schedule a campus visit.
What is the minimum GPA requirement to be accepted?
Acceptance is based solely on ACT/SAT scores not your GPA or class standing.
What are the ACT/SAT score requirements to be accepted?
- ACT Composite Score: Unconditional admission: 18 or higher;
Conditional admission: 16-17
- SAT Total Score: Unconditional admission: 860 or higher;
Conditional admission: 760-850
What are you looking for in a student?
If you are seeking academic excellence in a warm, friendly and vibrant community where you will be challenged to deepen your faith in a Christ-centered environment, then we are looking for you!
Do you require recommendations?
Not for admission. However, letters of recommendations are required for the Ambassador's Scholarship.
Will you honor a home study program diploma?
Yes, LCU recognizes completion of a home school secondary curriculum.
Will you accept a GED?
Yes, if you passed the General Education Development (GED) with a minimum average score of 45 or higher.
How long will it take before I know if I am accepted?
Upon the receipt of your application and ACT/SAT test scores, we will usually call you that day whether you are accepted or not.
Will I be able to transfer my hours from another college?
Most courses from an accredited college or junior college with a grade of a C or higher will transfer. Vocational, Technical or remedial classes will not transfer. Students will need to check with their advisors for clarification of how the class will count.
Does LCU have an 800 number I can call if I have other questions?
We sure do. Call us at 800.933.7601 during regular office hours and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Can I just email questions?
Certainly, we'd love to hear from you. Just send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.