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5 Tips for Remote Learning


March 26, 2020
Categories: Other

Kate Ray (’21),  majoring in Music Education, shares what she’s doing to make the best out of being a remote college student! 1. Form a schedule and stick to it. I’m trying to do assignments for class when I would normally be having the class. It provides some variety and keeps me from spending five […]

Here’s Why Our Professors Are Committed to Biblical Integration


February 12, 2020
Categories: Faculty

At Lancaster Bible College, we pride ourselves on biblical integration at every level of our institution. A number of our professors have recently earned masters or doctoral degrees. So we asked them: how has your continued education equipped you to prepare students for their future and how do you integrate the Bible into your classroom? […]

Is LBC a Good Fit for Homeschoolers?


February 11, 2020

Lancaster Bible College has long been proud to have former homeschool students among the ranks of its students and graduates. But does the college offer any specific resources for homeschoolers making the transition from the classroom at home to life on campus? The answer is yes! In addition to the academic and support resources offered […]

Meet the New Program Director of Our DC Master’s in Counseling


February 3, 2020

Dr. Sophia Ogunlana is the new program director of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s master’s degree in counseling, available at our DC location. The clinical mental health counseling degree in Washington, D.C. is designed to prepare our students for state licensure as a professional counselor in Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia. […]

After a Concussion Forced Her to Drop Out Of College, She Wasn’t Sure She’d Ever Be Able Come Back


February 1, 2020
Categories: Adult Education, Online

Faith Ribaudo (‘20) is a life-long Lancaster County native. But this 25-year-old online student is balancing a new job, volunteering and homework like an old pro. But Ribaudo’s journey with the college actually started several years ago, in 2012, when she was a traditional undergraduate student, fresh out of high school. After she suffered a […]