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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. […]

Grad Applicants: You Could Qualify For A Scholarship Up to $1,000 Just By Completing These Steps


January 23, 2020

Attention to all prospective students applying for master’s or doctoral programs at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School: did you know that you could automatically qualify for a one-time tuition reduction just by completing a few simple steps? Students applying for master’s degrees may qualify for a $500 scholarship and doctoral applicants […]

6 Programs Where You Can Earn a Bachelor’s & Master’s Degree in Just 5 Years


February 13, 2019

More and more, certain vocations are requiring candidates to hold both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Fortunately, at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, we offer a number of programs call four plus one (4 + 1), which allow you to earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in just five […]

Our Doctoral Student is Going On Tour with Chris Tomlin in 2019


October 24, 2018

In support of Chris Tomlin’s latest album, “Holy Roar,” – a title shared with the 2017 book he and LBC student Darren Whitehead, co-authored – the Grammy-award winning artist is hitting the road. Whitehead, who is earning his Doctor of Ministry degree from Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, will be joining Tomlin for the tour, according […]

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 […]

Why Doctoral Dissertations Matter: Pastor, Student Shares About Life-Changing & Ministry-Shaping Research


March 29, 2018

Casey Cleveland (’18) is the lead pastor of The Avenue Church in Delray Beach, Florida. On top of his ministry as a pastor, he’s also a husband, father of four children – and a graduate student in the throes of his dissertation research. As a doctoral candidate in our Doctor of Ministry program with a concentration in strategic leadership, […]

4 Reasons You Should Earn Your PhD


January 11, 2018

I spoke with a British friend who commented that Americans are fixated on degrees. He elaborated on the tendency towards the need for further degrees to do one’s job well or simply for the prestige of having a graduate or doctoral diploma. At first, I was offended, particularly since I had two graduate degrees at […]

Student SpotLight: Rodney Carter


April 24, 2017

Before Rodney Carter (’17) began pursuing a master’s degree in professional counseling at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary and Graduate School’s Greenbelt location, he was already an accomplished scholar. He holds two bachelor’s degrees from Southern Methodist University – one in accounting, the other in economics – and a master’s degree in business administration […]

LBC | Capital Partners with Yellow Ribbon Program to Support Military Vets


January 25, 2017

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary and Graduate School has been a proud Yellow Ribbon Program participant since 2016. Through this partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the college is able to fund tuition expenses for veterans of the United States military that exceed the highest public in-state tuition rate. In essence: some, if not […]