5 Tools Every Senior in High School Should Use

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 in Academics

You’ve managed to make it to senior year, so chances are you have a good system down for studying and keeping organized. Bravo! But, as you’ve heard time and time again, “College is not like high school.” Writing papers, completing projects, and studying for exams in college is “a whole new ballgame.” On top of that, it’s easier to get distracted, because it’s so much fun!

Here are a few study tools every senior in high school can start using to prepare for the future.

A Tool to Keep You on Track

Right now, there’s a lot coming at you each day: student activities,


“I’m Going to Double Major” – How to Realistically Build Your College Degree Plan

Written by The LCU Blogging Team on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 in Academics

As a high school student, you likely felt pressure to be involved in just about everything. After all, you had to present yourself as a well-rounded, high-performing student on your college applications. Success in college looks different than it did in high school. Now that you’re here, we still expect you to be high performing. But as a college student, you are allowed to focus your efforts and be a bit more purposeful.

And how do you do this? By setting SMART goals for what you hope to accomplish with your time here at Lubbock Christian University. Before you make any decisions about your major or extracurriculars,


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.