For the sixth consecutive year, Lubbock Christian University was named to The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Honor Roll of Great Colleges to Work for (GCWF) and recognized in nine of twelve categories.
“Lubbock Christian University is very thankful to be recognized by the Chronicle of Higher Education in its Honor Roll of Great Colleges Workplaces,” Dr. Brian Starr, LCU Executive Vice President, Presidential Interim Leadership Team. “We are blessed with a skilled and dedicated faculty and staff who work in wonderful unity to serve and challenge our students.”
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s website, the GCWF program annually conducts surveys to determine essential qualities of a college workspace. In this, its eleventh year, the program surveyed 236 institutions—85 of which were recognized, and only 42 of which made the honor roll. LCU’s repeated recognition within this high distinction not only highlights the university’s employee culture, but also demonstrates the high level of pride employees take in their workplace.
LCU was recognized in nine of the twelve categories the GCWF acknowledges—including Collaborative Governance, Confidence in Senior Leadership, Facilities, Workspace and Security, Job Satisfaction, Professional/Career Development, Respect and Appreciation, Supervisor/Department Chair Relationship, Teaching Environment (Faculty), and Work/Life Balance.
“This designation is a great way to recognize LCU’s exceptional faculty and staff for their excellence,” said Al Roberts, Interim CEO and President of the LCU Foundation. “In addition, it affirms our mission as a Christ-centered community of learners transforming the hearts, minds and hands of students for lives or purpose and service.”
Implementing a rigorous undergraduate research program, increasing and updating facilities, and focusing on academic tenacity, LCU devotes itself to transforming lives and continually improving as an institution for faculty, staff, and students alike to work and learn.
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