Lancaster Bible College

Lancaster Bible College (LBC) is an accredited private institution located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This coeducational college aims to educate Christian students by following the Bible and serving Christ in the Church and in their communities.

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Established in 1933, LBC was originally called the Lancaster School of the Bible. It started to use its present name in 1973. This Christian college offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It got an approval in 1981 to offer the Bachelor of Science degree and in 1994, was approved to offer the Master’s degree programs.

Lancaster Bible College Beliefs

Lancaster Bible College believes in fulfilling God’s purpose and for more than 75 years, it has been consistent in educating students to think and live a biblical worldview and proclaim Christ through service to church and society.

Location

LBC is situated in a suburban area on a 109-acre lot. Specifically, it can be found in Manheim Township in the Lancaster County of Pennsylvania. The campus has been there since 1957.

Tuition

Traditional undergraduate students enrolled full time at LBC can expect to pay $24,630 in fees. This already covers the tuition, other fees as well as room and board.

Financial Aid

LBC strives to keep its tuition fees low compared to the national average to accommodate more students. It has a financial aid office in place to assist students in their financial needs while studying at the institution. It helps learners in finding the right funding sources to make college education more affordable to them and their families. Financial aid is offered in the form of grants, loans and scholarships.

Student Population

Lancaster Bible College has an average student population of more than 1,100 coming from 32 states in the U.S. and 14 countries abroad. Of this number, nearly 200 are graduate students.

Academic Areas of Study

LBC focuses on providing a Bible-based curriculum to prepare students to become devoted Christian leaders. The undergraduate programs are aimed at integrating coursework from the Bible, theology as well as the arts and sciences.

There are seven undergraduate departments in place at Lancaster Bible College. These are the arts and sciences, bible and theology, church and ministry leadership, counseling and social work, education, health and physical education, worship and performing arts.

The graduate department has 14 programs and these cover the Bible, consulting research teacher, counseling, leadership studies, pastoral studies, school counseling and small group leadership. A doctorate program is also being offered with concentration in leadership.

Primary Accreditation

LBC is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools as well as by the Association for Bible Higher Education (ABHE). It is also registered with the Pennsylvania Education Department.

Lancaster Bible College Athletics

The Lancaster Bible College’s athletic teams compete in 11 varsity sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis, volleyball and lacrosse. They belong to the NCCAA Division II and III and carry the name Chargers. The college’s athletic department seeks to provide diverse sports opportunities to students and encourage athletes to pursue excellence in the various aspects of their lives. This is all for the glory of God.