Online or In Class Studies At One of Our Locations
We are honored that you are considering applying to Lancaster Bible College’s Undergraduate Adult Education Degree program. The application process is the same whether you want to take your course of study online or in class at one of our three locations—Lancaster, Washington DC, or Philadelphia. Our step-by-step checklist will guide you through the application process. We pray that God would give you much wisdom, discernment, and peace as you take the first step to embark on your new educational journey! Be assured that your journey is our focus here at LBC.
Your transcripts are the key to finding out your course requirements for earning your Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree through Lancaster Bible College. Due to our writing intensive courses, language arts credits, such as English Composition, may or may not be accepted from other institutions. The transfer-ability of your language arts credits will be dependent on your admissions essay placement result. If you have not pursued further education after High School please submit your high school/GED transcripts. See transfer credit requirements.
Request your official transcripts:
In order for a transcript to be considered official, it must come directly from the school’s office either electronically, US mail or dropped off at one of our locations (Lancaster, Washington DC or Philadelphia).
Attn: Adult Education Office
Lancaster Bible College
901 Eden Rd
Lancaster, PA 17601
This form will help us match up any scholarship opportunities and lets us learn of your personal commitment to Jesus Christ as your personal Savior.
Complete Your Profile Form
Please complete this form by listing someone from your church or ministry, that is unrelated to you, such as your pastor, elder, Sunday school teacher, small group leader, or ministry supervisor to provide a reference.
Take the “Test of English as a Foreign Language” (TOEFL) and submit your score to us at email@example.com. To be granted admission, the minimum scores are as follows: 69 for internet-based, 193 for computer-based, and 523 for paper-based.