University description (as per official university website)
Passionately pursuing student success in all aspects of life, Lubbock Christian University has been changing lives for 50 years. With a rich heritage, full of faith, campus traditions, and student leadership, the campus and community at LCU are marked by generations of student life that have left behind countless exciting activities, unforgettable memories, and meaningful reminders of what it means to be Christ in the world. From the oldest tradition on campus, chapel, to the extravagance of Master Follies, LCU is a place that is bursting with life and a rich heritage of faith.
In the following link you will find a timeline record of LCU's history, highlighting many of the major events, people, and traditions that have made LCU what it is today-a rich, thriving university that is impacting the lives of generations of learners around the globe. We hope that you will find this timeline a helpful and engaging tool to better accustom yourself with the university and better understand the faith that is at its heart.
Lubbock Christian Students
The student enrollment at Lubbock Christian was 1,960 in 2007 (1,637 full-time equivalent).
About 41% of the freshmen class in 2007 was male and women were 59% of the class.
Undergrads are 87% of enrolled students, graduate students are 11%, and those seeking first-professional graduate degrees represent 1%.
About 0% of freshmen are from countries other than the US. Students living in the US make up 100% of incoming freshmen.
Among freshmen students, 100% are full-time and 0% are part-time.
Student Scholarship Chart
Lubbock Christian University awards academic scholarships to beginning freshmen based on ACT or SAT score. Transfer students are awarded based on grade point average. The following academic scholarship levels are available to new students entering in the Fall of 2008 or later.
You must be a full-time student to receive an academic scholarship. Other scholarships are also available. These scholarships stack on top of any federal and state grants for which you may qualify.
There are a few special programs you might be eligible for that would eliminate this offer. For example, a student on an athletic scholarship or a tuition discount would not be eligible.
Apply early. Many grants and preferred loans are issued on a first come first served basis.
Male citizens of the U.S. and male immigrant aliens 18 through 25 years old must be registered with the U.S. Selective Service System to be eligible for federal student loans and grants. Men can register at any post office, or register now on-line at http://www.sss.gov/regist.htm.