Information For Our Neighbors

We’re Part of Your Community

Lancaster Bible College is here to educate Christian students to think and live a biblical worldview. We’re also a valuable resource for residents of Lancaster and the surrounding region. We invite you to learn more about how you, our neighbor, can get involved and stay up to date with LBC.

Enjoy Arts & Culture

Event Calendar | Trust Performing Arts Center

Lancaster Bible College invites members our local community to attend events at our campus or at The Trust Performing Arts Center, our historic venue in downtown Lancaster, adjacent to Central Market. From awe-inspiring performances to fellowship opportunities and everything in between, LBC provides enriching and entertaining experiences for everyone.

Learn About the College

Educating more than 2,000 students at various levels, locations and modalities, Lancaster Bible College continues to grow while remaining committed to our mission since 1933 to “educate Christian students to think and live a biblical worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving Him in the Church and society.”

LBC is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) and the Association for Biblical Higher Education Commission on Accreditation (ABHE). MSCHE and ABHE are both institutional accrediting agencies recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. The college also operates sites in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. and also has many educational partnerships.

Use Our Library

You don’t have to be a student to take advantage of the myriad items in our library!

The Charles & Gloria Jones Library is located in the Teague Learning Commons (TLC). The library gives access to more than 500,000 items, including more than 300,000 electronic books.

Members of the community are welcome to visit the library. Visitors may use library’s books, eBooks, and databases while on campus. Members of the community may also purchase a yearly library card. This gives borrowing privileges to check out books and audio-visual materials.

While studying in the library, take a break and enjoy a specialty beverage or sandwich at Bennee’s Bistro in the TLC.

Host an LBC Intern or Post a Job Opening

Connecting with LBC students can be a rewarding experience for the student as well as your company.

Share an internship opportunity or tell us about a job opening by emailing calling@lbc.edu. Or, contact the LBC Solution Center at 717.569.7071 to direct you to the specific academic department chair that may have a student that’s a perfect fit for your need.

Rent Space on Campus or at The Trust

We welcome groups of all sizes for retreats, conferences, training programs, and youth events and camps.

Learn more about available facilities and pricing »

How To Support LBC

As a nonprofit organization, we are very appreciative of the support we receive from the community. The contributions we receive for scholarships and capital campaigns allow us to continue to provide a premier academic experience for deserving undergraduates and graduate students.

Learn more about ways to support our mission through scholarships, campus expansion and endowment.