Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is planning another on-campus open house this spring for prospective high school undergraduate students and their families on April 21.
The Friday event from 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. will include tours of the Lancaster campus at 901 Eden Road, interactions with faculty and current students, lunch in Olewine Dining Commons, time in Good Shepherd Chapel, visits to classrooms and athletics facilities, and more.
“Visiting campus is such an important way to get to know the personality and culture of a college, so we are grateful that students interested in LBC will have the opportunity to interact with our staff, faculty and student body,” said Director of Admissions Lena Poff. “Our hope is that many future Chargers will experience the ‘life-on-life’ philosophy that is central to all we do at LBC.”
Students and families can also ask questions about topics such as LBC’s commitment to biblical integration in every program, the college’s calling and career development, short-term and semester study abroad programs, Division III Chargers sports teams, and student access to the Counseling & Care Center, academic mentoring, writing support and accessibility services.
This will be the final on-campus open house for high school students of the 2022-23 academic year. A summer event is planned for July 21. To sign up for the free event in April, visit lbc.edu/openhouse.