Welcome Back to Your Alma Mater
No matter when you graduated from Lancaster Bible College or how far your life takes you, you’ll always have a place at your alma mater. Our alumni family is comprised of incredible graduates from Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, Washington Bible College and Capital Bible Seminary.
The motto of the Office of Alumni Relations is, “Your Journey is STILL our Focus.” Once you graduate and become an alumna or alumnus of the college, we’re still here for you. As a proud graduate of LBC, you have access to special benefits and privileges just for our alumni. For example, did you know that you get a special discount on LBC apparel at our bookstore or that you can give a prospective student a scholarship in your name through our alumni referral program? It’s true! And that’s not all. If you’re looking for a place to reconnect with your college and old college friends, come back to campus for Homecoming each September, cheer on the Chargers at sporting events, drop by for one of our weekly chapel services, peruse our library, grab a cup of coffee at our cafes or just take a walk down memory lane while strolling across our ever-growing campus. Check out our resources and ways to reconnect with the college below. We hope to see you on campus soon!
As a graduate of Lancaster Bible College, we’re pleased to offer you these special benefits and discounts that we reserve solely for our alumni.
You can check out books and other resources for two-week time periods from the Charles and Gloria Jones Library located in the Teague Learning Commons on the Lancaster campus or at the libraries in Washington, D.C. or Philadelphia locations. There is a limit of 20 books at one time. Explore the library section to learn more.
Child of Alumni Scholarship
This scholarship is available to a dependent student (under 24 years of age) of LBC alumni who are seeking to enroll in traditional undergraduate degree programs. Learn more.
LBC Alumni Scholarship
A graduate studies tuition scholarship is available to LBC graduates with a bachelor’s degree and must be used within the one year of graduation. Learn more.
“Advanced Standing” for Seminary Programs
Alumni who have completed 30 hours or more of undergraduate Bible and theology courses can receive “advanced standing” for all of our seminary programs, meaning that they are exempt from taking 12 credits of Bible/Theology courses. Ask our Capital admission representatives, for more details.
Auditing a Course
There is a limit of one graduate or undergraduate course per semester that may be audited from the level (undergraduate or graduate) in which the student graduated. (Alumni must still pay the student service fee.)
Coming to campus for a visit? These nearby hotels and inns provide discounts to LBC alumni and to parents of currently enrolled students.