The university does not offer Title IV funded certificate programs.
Students and prospective students are encouraged to discuss their concerns with appropriate university employees and make reasonable efforts to resolve their concerns informally. Students may also initiate formal complaints using the complaint form linked below. Complaints will be processed without unlawful discrimination, and complainants will not be subject to retaliation.
The Financial Assistance Office at Lubbock Christian University abides by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator federal code of conduct and does not serve on lender advisory boards.
First-time full-time retention and graduation rates are provided for each beginning freshman cohort. Institutions must track enrollment and graduation for each first-time full-time freshman for six years. Only students persisting and completing a baccalaureate degree at Lubbock Christian University are counted as completions. Students that do not complete degrees at Lubbock Christian University appear to be attrition statistics, but may have completed pre-professional prerequisites or transferred to another institution to continue their education.
Lubbock Christian University is authorized to operate as an institution of higher education in Texas.
State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) is an agreement among member states that establish national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. Lubbock Christian University is a member of SARA.
Articulation agreements are established with South Plains College, Levelland, Texas, Odessa College, Odessa, Texas, and Covenant School of Nursing, Lubbock, Texas.