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Lubbock Christian University

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About Lubbock Christian University

Lubbock Christian University was founded in 1957 by members of the Churches of Christ who came together to establish a Christian university on the South Plains of Texas for the purpose of preparing and equipping students for lives of Christian service. The university is committed to continuing to walk with, to serve, and to be sustained by that fellowship. We welcome and embrace all of our students who come to the university from different faith backgrounds and perspectives, each of them a precious creation of God. As part of a tradition that grew out of a deep commitment to Christian unity and the renewing power of the Word, our hope and prayer is that the university will be a force for reconciliation, consistent with the best instincts of our heritage.

Campus information

Academic Achievements
With more than 65 undergraduate majors, a Scholars Colloquium, and an Honors Program, LCU has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a Top 20 Comprehensive College in the Western Region.

Foundation of Faith
At LCU, everything is based on faith. From the first week that freshmen step on campus, they are learning not only academically, but also spiritually.  Whether you choose the tradition of Praise Choir or step up and lead in BLUR, at LCU your character will form the foundation for your success.  

Successful Outcomes
Like so many who have come before you, you'll begin your LCU success story from day one and forever be connected with our impressive network of more than 9,000 alumni. LCU graduates are in high demand. In fact, we have a 96% placement rate for graduates of our education program, and our pre-med students gain acceptance to medical school in a typical year at 85% which far exceeds the national average.

Active Lifestyle
From the team-building hilarity of Master Follies to the outrageous stress relief of TWIRP Week, at LCU you won't have time to be bored. You can choose from more than 25 student organizations and more than 15 intramural sports. Keep fit at the Rhodes-Perrin Rec Center, our newly-renovated 70,000-square-foot facility. Cheer on the Chaps (including our 2009 national champion baseball team) or Lady Chaps (including our 2016 NCAA Division II National Championship Basketball Team) Travel the world through study abroad programs. Or take part in a student-led Spring Break campaign reaching points across the country and around the world.

Keeping it Green
LCU is one of the "greenest" campuses in the country, and as a student here, you can help ensure it stays that way. We're innovators in energy conservation, recycling, sustainability, and waste reduction, and we voluntarily seek LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for new campus construction projects.

The Lubbock Experience
When you come to LCU, you will be within 20 miles of 1,800 retail stores, 337 restaurants, 65 public parks, 34 movie theater screens, nine golf courses, and nine libraries, as well as the Preston Smith Lubbock International Airport.

LCU is located in NorthWest Lubbock on 19th street between Frankford and Slide


Full-time, single undergraduate students, who have been out of high school less than four long semesters (two years), are required to live in campus housing. Students may submit a petition to live off campus if they meet one of the following criteria: 1) The student lives with an adult member of his/her immediate family (immediate family is defined as a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, legal guardian, or sibling who is 21 or older). 2) Medical reasons for which documentation can be provided. A petition to live off campus must be submitted each fall and spring semester until the student has been out of high school for four long semesters (two years). Financial hardships are not considered as possible exemptions to the campus housing policy.


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 3 Applied, Pure Sciences 3 Business, Management 2 Computer Science, IT 2 Creative Arts & Design 1


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