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LBC Parents May Qualify for Up to $1,500 Off Per Class*


September 13, 2019

Are you a parent or guardian of a traditional undergraduate student at Lancaster Bible College? You may qualify for our Parent Scholarship! Here’s how the tuition award works: For Accelerated Undergraduate Programs & Online Undergraduate Programs: $500 off per course for the first traditional undergraduate student enrolled; $200 additional off per course if there is […]

Here’s the Top 5 Pieces of Advice from Adult Learners


August 29, 2019

We’ve helped thousands of students earn their degrees over the years at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Many of those students have been adults in our adult education programs who face the unique challenges of balancing full-time work, raising a family and more while completing homework assignments. Here’s some of their […]

He Started College at Age 32. Now, He Has a Master’s Degree & Plants Churches.


May 22, 2019

Michael Weatherbe is a two-time graduate of Lancaster Bible College: first, he earned his bachelor’s degree in biblical studies at the college’s Philadelphia location in 2014. Then, overachiever that he is, Weatherbe came back for more and earned his master’s degree with a concentration in leadership studies in 2016 from the college’s seminary. And in […]

LBC’s Maryland Location Now Offers Business Degree


September 17, 2018

The Greenbelt, Maryland location of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School (located near the nation’s capital, Washington D.C., and Alexandria, Virginia) is pleased to announce that it now offers a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. Lancaster Bible College’s business degree at the Maryland location – located at 7852 Walker Drive, […]

A Construction Worker Turned Counselor Shares Why He Made A Career Change


August 3, 2018

Jonathan Taylor (‘18) worked in construction and commercial painting for most of his life – twenty years, to be exact. But it wasn’t a career he loved. “After high school, I went to a community college, and after that, I joined the United States Marine Corps reserves,” he said. “I was active for a year […]

She Lost Her Job But Found Her Calling


July 17, 2018

When a sudden layoff left Sharon Taliaferro (’17) jobless, she capitalized on the opportunity to make a change go back to school. Sharon Taliaferro’s transition back to school came quite unexpectedly. She had a longstanding career as a banking officer at one of the nation’s largest banks. “I worked there for 22 years,” she told […]

From Prisoner to Preacher


December 13, 2017

Reverend Jonathan Queen (’11) is the president and founder of successful ministry, serves as the youth pastor and associate pastor at First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Landover, Maryland. He’s working towards his doctorate, holds a master’s degree, is a published author and frequently works the speaking circuit. From all outside appearances, Queen’s life is […]