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Dr. Peter W. Teague Honored with Central Penn Business Journal ICON Award


December 3, 2020

LBC | Capital President Emeritus Dr. Peter W. Teague has been recognized with a 2020 Central Penn Business Journal ICON Honor. Winners were selected for their long-standing commitment to the mid-state business community and significant professional accomplishments through innovation and leadership. ICON Honors also recognize these business leaders, age 60 and over, for their notable […]

13 Reasons to be Thankful You Live in Lancaster County


December 1, 2020
Categories: Community

The Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, newspaper LNP | LancasterOnline shared “13 Reasons to be Thankful You Live in Lancaster County.” And coming in at Reason No. 8 is Education. As LNP reports, “Lancaster County’s got top-tier academic programs on all levels, from competitive high schools to copious higher education options, including Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster […]

Student and Alumnus Talk About Their LBC | Capital Experiences in Christianity Today


November 20, 2020

Emma Lown (’20), right, a Communication and Bible major at LBC | Capital, is featured in a new article in Christianity Today about her experience at what the media outlet calls “one of the top Bible colleges in the country.” Alumnus Philip Dearborn (’94), LBC | Capital’s former provost who now serves as the President […]

LBC | Capital Named in Top 25 ‘Best Colleges for Religious Studies in America’


November 13, 2020

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School has been named to the top 25 schools on the 2021 Best Colleges for Religious Studies in America list from Niche.com. According to Niche, the Best Colleges for Religious Studies ranking is based on key statistics and student reviews using data from the U.S. Department of […]

LBC | Capital Temporarily Waives Standardized Testing Requirement


November 12, 2020

This fall, Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School leadership agreed to temporarily waive standardized testing requirements for admissions for Spring 2021, beginning at LBC | Capital’s Lancaster campus for traditional undergraduate students, as well as for Fall 2021. Admissions Director Jared Yoder said the decision was based upon the fact that some […]

The Show Goes on for an LBC | Capital Musical Theatre Student


November 10, 2020

A Lancaster Bible College student recently had the exciting opportunity to perform with a Broadway actress in a virtual production of Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs for a New World.” Seth Jerabek (’22), right, who this fall starred in the title role of LBC | Capital’s production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” was a […]

Find Upcoming Virtual Open Houses and Events Here…


November 1, 2020

LBC | Capital regularly hosts Virtual Open Houses and Events for a variety of programs. Learn more and register below: January 9 & February 15, 2021 Charger Preview Day and Open House Available both on-campus and in-person, this unique experience will provide prospective students the opportunity to speak with admissions counselors, hear from professors, tour […]

LBC | Capital Gears Up for Extraordinary Give 2020


October 29, 2020
Categories: Campus News, Community

Autumn in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, means crisper air, falling leaves, beautiful colors and a time of thankfulness. Fall also means that the Extraordinary Give, Lancaster’s largest day of online giving, is right around the corner. For those who are in tune to the wonderful work non-profit organizations are doing in the community, Extra Give 2020 […]