Top Reasons You’ll Benefit By Finishing Your Degree at Lubbock Christian University

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 in Transfer

Whether you’ve just finished a two-year college degree or are looking to re-start your college career, enrolling in a four-year school such as Lubbock Christian University is a great option.

The list of reasons and benefits of finishing what you started at a four-year school is long, indeed. While transferring can seem challenging, it’s become much easier thanks to enhanced collaboration between two-year and four-year institutions.

Let’s take a closer look at why it makes sense to finish your college degree at a four-year school.

1. Preparing for Your Future Career

The importance of a four-year degree in today’s competitive work world is well-known.


Anxious About Starting Your First Semester of College? We Can Help.

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 in Campus Resources

The road ahead is both exciting and daunting if you just graduated high school and are about to embark on your college career. It’s exciting in that you’re taking the next step on your journey, but daunting in that you’re now in unfamiliar territory and looking at a seemingly endless to-do list.

For several recent high school grads, the season before college feels overwhelming. There are several tasks to complete before arriving to move-in. There isn’t constant support from a high school counselor and it’s not yet time to head to school to begin meeting with a college academic counselor.


Don’t Forget: You Will Be Able to Change Your Major at LCU

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 in Academics

It’s not uncommon to enter your first year of college with your sights already set on a major and your future career path. It’s also not uncommon to change your major and, rest assured, you’ll have the opportunity to do that at Lubbock Christian University.

A study by the National Center for Education Statistics revealed that 80 percent of college students change their major at least once. There are a lot of reasons why, including the fact that many students gain a better understanding of who they are and what they want to do once they’re in college.


What to Pack For Your Freshman Year of College

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 in Living on Campus, Residence Life

Leaving your parent’s home for college can be an adjustment, but that doesn’t mean your new residence shouldn’t feel like “home.”

There’s plenty of excitement about moving into a residence hall on campus with your new roommates and other fellow students. At LCU, we want your residence hall room to become your home, and we have some ideas about how to help make your transition easy and fun.

What to Expect: Katie Rogers Hall and Johnson Hall

As a freshman, you’ll live in either Katie Rogers Hall (for females) or Johnson Hall (for males).


What to Do for Fun as a College Student in Lubbock, TX

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 in Campus Life, Lubbock, Things to Do

One of the many advantages of attending Lubbock Christian University is all the things there are to do – both on campus and in the surrounding area.

As an incoming freshman, you have reason to be excited about living in a town like Lubbock, which has plenty of charm and activities. With a good mix of modern and classic, Lubbock is a unique city that perfectly demonstrates West Texas friendliness.

What kind of activity awaits you? Let’s take a look:

Food & Drink

Don’t worry, you won’t get bored with the food during your time at LCU.