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Adult Education Business Graduate Looks Back on Her Time at LBC


April 30, 2021

Hundreds of students are preparing for an exciting season of graduation and celebration, from various phases along their educational journeys. Among them are Adult Education students at LBC | Capital, many of whom balance full-time jobs, families and serving with their studies—both on-campus and online. One of these Adult Education graduates, Angela Lesher (’21), does […]

Dedicated Online Student Completes Degree with Family Cheering Him On


January 7, 2021

Leonard “Brent” Good has “good” reason to celebrate in 2021! He’s a December 2020 graduate of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School in the online program to earn his bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies. Throughout his full-time studies, Brent also worked full time and was a very full-time parent to his seven […]

From LBC | Capital Student to Program Director


February 3, 2020

Dr. Sophia Ogunlana Leads Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Washington, D.C., Location In February 2020, Dr. Sophia Ogunlana was named the new program director of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the Washington, D.C., location. Dr. Ogunlana says that as an alumna […]

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 […]

Why Is Diversity So Hard?


January 30, 2020

Jael Chambers is the founder of Cultured Enuf, a diversity consultant firm. Why is creating a truly diverse team and knowing how to truly value diversity in our lives, ‘valuing differences’, so difficult? Growing up in LA made me feel like I earned my Ph.D.  or some advanced degree in the urban culture and the […]