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Sport Management Degree Named to Top 25 Programs + Four Students Honored by COSMA


April 14, 2021

The Sport Management program at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School has been named to the 25 Best Sports Management Degrees in America by GreatBusinessSchools.org. According to Great Business Schools, “With athletics standing as one of the biggest businesses in America, a career in sports management looks like a perennial favorite. If […]

Criminal Justice Major Lands Loss Prevention Internship at Amazon


April 12, 2021

Shoppers around the world click on Amazon.com every day—sometimes multiple times a day—and one LBC | Capital student will soon be right at the core of all that clicking. Criminal Justice major Matthew Wiggins (’21) was hired for a corporate internship with Amazon and will be featured in the global company’s upcoming newsletter wearing his […]

Lancaster Bible College Welcomes Undergraduate Students & Families to April 23 Open House


April 8, 2021

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is planning an open house for prospective traditional undergraduate students and their families on Friday, April 23. The in-person, socially distanced event from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. will include tours of the Lancaster campus at 901 Eden Road, interactions with faculty and current students, worship […]

LBC | Capital Faculty Members Presenting at Evangelical Theological Society Conference


April 7, 2021

This week, Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School faculty will have the chance to share their expertise and insights before a vast, virtual audience of theologians and thinkers. On April 9, LBC | Capital will host the Eastern Region of the Evangelical Theological Society’s (ETS) annual conference. The conference will be virtual […]

LBC Students Preview New ‘Roe v. Wade’ Movie Before It Hits Screens


March 31, 2021

LBC | Capital students on the Lancaster campus had the unique opportunity on March 30, 2021, to pre-screen an important film before moviegoers around the nation. The student-led group, Students for Life, in cooperation with a faculty member in the Communication & Media Arts (CMA) Department, organized and hosted the movie night and pre-screening of […]

The Way It Was | Back to the 1970s


Categories: Alumni, Community

For the March 2021 installment of “The Way It Was,” we are headed back to the 1970s, as LBC | Capital was again full of changes and school spirit throughout the early part of the disco decade. Our look at the years 1972-1976 reveals a vibrant campus full of life and dedication to the Lord. […]