Lubbock Christian University
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Transfer Students

Lubbock Christian University has a Thriving Transfer Student Population! You didn't start your journey here, but we're so glad your path led you to us!

Transfer Students Thrive at LCU

LCU welcomes approximately 300 transfer students per year from two-year and four-year colleges in the United States and abroad.  In fact, 25% of LCU undergrads transferred here – that’s one in four students!  Transfer students consistently cite our robust transfer scholarships, welcoming and diverse community, supportive environment, time to degree, and small class size among their top reasons for choosing LCU.

Wherever you find yourself along life’s journey, we are glad that you are considering Lubbock Christian University.

Transferring From:

If you graduated from a community college you may qualify for automatic scholarships.

Steps to Apply

1  Complete an application


2  Send us your official transcripts

  • Submit an official transcript from each college you previously attended. 

    Office of Transfer Admissions
    Lubbock Christian University
    5601 19th Street
    Lubbock, TX  79407 

    Electronic Transcripts:

3  Interested in Finding out how your credits will transfer?

Programs of Study

With over 66 programs of study, LCU helps students discover their passion and achieve success.


Contact Jennifer Glenn:

Contact Morgan King:

Jennifer and Morgan

Frequently Asked Questions for Transfers

Transfer Admissions accepts and evaluates applications on a rolling, year-round basis.  However, we suggest that you apply as early as possible prior to the semester that you are planning to transfer.

Coursework submitted for transfer credit will be evaluated for equivalency by the registrar. Only courses completed with a grade of C or higher will be considered for transfer credit. The course must be of appropriate level for the degree sought and be in a content area similar to the content area of the course offered. Teacher credentials must also be evaluated for credit earned at non-regionally accredited institutions. Although the university may offer transfer credit for a particular course, such acceptance does not guarantee that the course will satisfy the requirements of a particular degree program. Students desiring to appeal the results of an evaluation may do so, in writing, to the appropriate academic dean, whose decision is final.

If you are applying with less than 16 transferable hours, you will need to submit your official college transcript(s), high school transcript and either ACT or SAT test scores.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Lubbock Christian University
5601 19th Street
Lubbock, TX  79407

Electronic Transcripts:

Yes, transfer students are invited to attend the LCU Transfer Orientation Dinner. We encourage all transfer students to attend to maximize the transition to Lubbock Christian University. For more information, please contact the Transfer Admissions office.

Your Next Step

Complete your application and submit official transcripts.