Lubbock Christian University

J.E. & L.E Mabee Foundation Honors College

Seek Wisdom. Discover Truth. Discern Vocation.

As a Mabee Honors College student you will be exposed to exceptional and innovative learning experiences that expand your scholarly excellence and prepare you for graduate and professional work.

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Early Admission to Medical School

Guaranteed Admission and MCAT Waived

Qualified entering LCU Honors College students are eligible for the Lubbock Christian University-Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine program.  LCU students participate in Medical School Early Admission Program mentoring at LCU, followed by junior year application for the TTUHSC School of Medicine. Accepted students receive guaranteed admission to medical school with the MCAT waived.

Pre-Medical Agreement

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Honors College membership guarantees you a scholarship package of no less than 50% of tuition, with the potential for the scholarship amount to increase significantly based on higher test scores and your confirmed senior year grade point average. To secure your membership, complete your application for admission today!

Students admitted to the University Honors College receive the annual Honors Scholarship ranging from $1,000 to $2,000, in addition to the Student Success Academic Award which ranges from $5,500 to $11,000 annually.

This award is a competitive scholarship offered to entering students with exceptional test scores, as well as superior high school transcripts and/or writing samples and potential for academic success.  The Helen Devitt Jones Scholars Award ranges from $500 to $3,000 in addition to the General Honors Scholarship. Students who are eligible to be considered for this award will have ACT composite scores of 30 or higher, SAT Critical Reading and Math scores of 1350 or higher, or SAT 16 Evidence-Based Reading and Math scores of 1400 or higher.

In order to renew Honors scholarships annually (for four years, except for transfer students), Honors students must maintain an overall GPA of 3.4 or higher. Students may be placed on probation for one semester without losing the scholarships.

All scholarship offers are pending subject to completion of all official financial aid forms.

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Honors Faculty

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Russell Dabbs, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics; Chair of School of Business; Program Coordinator: Economics, Finance
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7386"
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Kregg Fehr, Ph.D.

Professor of History; History Program Coordinator; Institutional Effectiveness Faculty Liaison
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7609"
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Kenneth Hawley, Ph.D.

Associate Provost for Academic Affairs; Professor of English; Director, The Brian S. Donaghey Center for Boethian Studies
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7607"
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Julie Marshall, Ph.D.

Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Professor of Chemistry
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7629"
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Olga Pahom, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, Honors College; Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Cultural Studies
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7897"
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Stacy Patty, Ph.D.

Dean, College of Honors and Liberal Arts; Professor of Religion and Ethics
Complete Profile Office Phone 806.720.7652" Fax 806.720.7661