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Learn about the way the LCU experience is changing to stay with you due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Student Union Building

Student Life

The Lubbock Christian University Division of Student Life exists to deepen the sense of community, inspire Christ-like development, and foster student growth with high quality services and programs throughout the student experience.

The Student Life office is home to a number of student life related offices that support the student experience. Stop by or contact the Student Life office for information and questions regarding housingstudent involvement and activities, student organizations, Student ID cards, Chapel, Chapel attendance, or Spiritual Life Credits. The Student Life office is located upstairs in the Mabee Student Life Building (SUB).

Resources

Student Involvement

Learn about the different ways to get involved on campus.

Student Handbook

View the various policies, guidelines, and procedures outlined in the LCU Student Handbook.

Medical Clinic

Check out the healthcare resources, services, and programs provided at LCU's on-campus medical clinic.

Counseling Center

Check out the resources and services offered at the LCU Counseling Center.

Public Safety

Learn more about on-campus security at LCU.

Student Housing

Learn more about the various housing options at LCU.

Recreational Life

Learn about the different opportunities to stay active on campus.

Summer Camps

Learn about Encounter, Camp Champion, and Pine Springs.

Alcohol and Drug Usage

Want feedback on your use of alcohol/drugs? 

Complete the Survey and see where you stand!

The is an interactive web survey that allows college and university students to enter information about their drinking/drug use patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol/drugs. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.

The feedback provided is intended to help individuals assess alcohol consumption patterns or drug usage and determine if drinking is harmful to your health or increasing your risk for future harm. If you are currently struggling with alcohol or drug issues, please stop by the University Counseling Center on the second floor of the SUB for further help and assistance, or call 806.720.7478. Our caring staff would be glad to assist you!