Lubbock Christian University

Consumer Information

Academic Calendar

Course Schedule

Academic Policies

Academic Programs

The university does not offer Title IV funded certificate programs.


  • Lubbock Christian University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, and masters level degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Lubbock Christian University.
  • The Lubbock Christian University Bachelor of Social Work program is accredited by the:
  • The graduate Nursing program at Lubbock Christian University Department of Nursing located in Lubbock, Texas is accredited by the:
    • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
    • 3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400 Atlanta, GA  30326
    • (404) 975-5000
    • The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the Graduate Nursing program is to continue accreditation.
  • The undergraduate Nursing program at Lubbock Christian University Department of Nursing located in Lubbock, Texas is accredited by the:
    • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
    • 3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400 Atlanta, GA  30326
    • (404) 975-5000
    • The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the undergraduate Nursing program is to continue accreditation.
  • The Lubbock Christian University Business programs offered through the Lubbock Christian University School of Business are accredited by the:
  • The Lubbock Christian University teacher education programs are accredited by:
  • The Lubbock Christian University Graduate School of Theology is an Associate Member of the:

Admission Standards

Career Planning

College-Level Core Competencies


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.

  • Student Complaint Procedures
  • Link to University Complaint Form
  • For general complaints not resolved by the University, you may contact the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board at or, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, College Readiness and Success Division, P.O. Box 12788, Austin, TX 78711-2788.
  • For State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) related complaints about distance learning not resolved by the University, complete the Student Complaint and Release Form and email the form to
  • For accreditation related complaints not resolved by the University, you may contact SACSCOC.
  • For teacher educator preparation complaints not resolved by the University, you may contact TEA.
  • For School of Theology complaints not resolved by the University, you may contact the Association  of Theological School in writing, 10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburg, PA 15275; 421-788-6505; ATS.
  • For School of Business compliants not resolved by the University, you may contact ACSBP.

College Planning

Cost Information

Crime Report

Disciplinary Proceeding Disclosures

Disclosures for State Authorization

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 post-secondary distance education courses and programs. Lubbock Christian University is a member of SARA.

Disclosure of Requirements for Passing a Criminal Background Check

Several academic programs prepare students to seek certification or licensing. Students entering a program to prepare for licensing or certification should be aware that a licensing or certification authority may require a criminal background check, and may consider individuals with convictions or deferred adjudication for a felony or misdemeanor offense to be ineligible. Students with a concern have the right to request that the licensing authority issue a criminal history evaluation letter regarding their eligibility. For more information, consult the specific licensing or certification authority. See the University Catalog for programs that prepare students for licensing or certification.

Disclosure of Service on Lender Advisory Boards

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.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention

Emergency Procedures

Employee Surveys

Enrollment Information

Equal Opportunity

Entrance and Exit Counseling for Student Loans

Fire Safety


Grade Trends

Graduate Information

Graduation and Retention Rates

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.

Immunization Policy

Institutional Effectiveness

Intellectual Property

Institutional Profile

Lobbying Certification

Missing Persons Procedures


Organizational Diagram

Plans for Improvement

Refund Policy

Resident Life Guide

Security Report

Student Handbook

Student Surveys

Technology Use

Terms and Conditions for Loans

Title IX Policies and Procedures

Transfer Policies

LCU has established articulation agreements with South Plains College, Levelland, Texas and Covenant School of Nursing, Lubbock, Texas.

Veterans and Military Servicemembers

Lubbock Christian University does not, and has never, conducted fraudulent or aggressive recruiting on or off military installations or in any other venue, nor do we misrepresent ourselves, our programs, or our mission.  Additionally, we do not pay incentive compensation to anyone for recruiting actions in compliance with section 487 (a)(20) of the Higher Education Act (HEA) which prohibits the University from providing incentive compensation to employees or third-party entities for their success in securing student enrollments or the awarding of Title IV Higher Education Act program funds.

Veteran admission files must be complete and academic plans approved by an Educational Services Officer or counselor within the Military Services before enrolling at LCU. Complete veteran admission files must contain complete admissions documentation, an official military educational transcript, a copy of the DD Form 214, and a copy of the VA certificate of eligibility

For additional LCU information, including expected cost of attendance, average financial aid, average student loan indebtedness and repayment, and student outcome data please visit:

Readmission: Military servicemembers and veterans who withdraw from the University for service in the Armed Forces, including National Guard and Reserves, are eligible for readmission to the same program or course of study if the circumstances of withdrawal meet the readmission requirements for servicemembers outlined in 34 C.F.R. 668.18

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