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Healthcare Management Major Has High Hopes for Her Career and the Future of the Industry


January 27, 2021

Jurnee Acosta (’24), a Healthcare Management major from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, first became interested in healthcare when she picked up a book about animals as a child. Now, about a decade later, Jurnee is on the path to a market-relevant career in an industry with infinite possibilities. Q: Why did you choose Healthcare Management as the […]

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 […]

When Your Last Semester is Turned Upside Down


April 7, 2020

Victoria Gehman, (’20), majoring in social work, shares what it’s like to be a senior in college while feeling the effects of COVID-19 on society and her education. May you find comfort in hearing what God is doing in the life of an LBC|Capital student in this time! Typically when I think of losses, I […]

5 Tips for Remote Learning


March 26, 2020

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 […]