Throughout the history of Lubbock Christian University, many faithful people have served as pioneers, leaving powerful legacies and positively influencing the university. In the past few days, the university lost two such iconic pioneers.
Before the school year officially started, freshmen started their college experiences with fellowship and fun during GO! Orientation.
On September 24, 1957, LCU held its first chapel service. On August 22, 2016, LCU officially opened its 60th year in an opening chapel...Continue reading
To help new students feel instantly at home, President Tim Perrin, faculty, staff, and current students welcomed LCU’s 60th Freshmen class by lending a hand unpacking cars at freshmen move-in.
The group of helpers gathered first at Katie Rogers...Continue reading
The Lubbock Christian University Athletic Department has announced their 2016 induction class into the LCU Hall of Honor.
The class has a basketball theme with inductees including women's basketball's Brittany, Jordan, and Nicole Hampton and Sierra...Continue reading
The family environment at LCU doesn’t end after graduation – LCU Alumni Connection works hard to ensure that the LCU community has ways to stay connected, from Homecoming to Forever Blue summer events.
“Sometimes alumni, former students, and their...Continue reading
As James Dean enters his senior year at Lubbock Christian University, the Honors College student and Chap golfer looks back on a Washington D.C. experience interning at the CATO Institute.
The university can also boast Dean was one of three...Continue reading
Every summer, members of the Lubbock community come together at LCU to form the cast of a musical. This weekend, the summer performance of “Classic Broadway, A Revue of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Most Enduring Musicals” will hit the stage, andtickets... Continue reading
LCU Professor Dr. Shawn Hughes Presents at International ConferenceContinue reading