Campus Updates

for Spring Semester 2021

COVID-19 Update Re-Opening, Spring Semester 2021

LBC | Capital welcomes returning traditional undergraduate students. God blessed our fall semester together with safe learning and living.

Since we were last together, COVID-19 positivity rates and hospitalization rates have risen, prompting additional steps to mitigate the risk of infection.


Traditional undergraduate students – resident and commuter – were notified before Christmas of the requirement to quarantine for the last ten days before returning to campus or provide Campus Safety with documentation of a negative test within 72 hours of arrival.

On Campus Mitigation

We are continuing the fall semester practice:  all people on campus are required to wear facemasks at all times.  Exceptions are when eating or drinking, and when residential students are in their own dorm rooms.  Social distancing and reduced class sizes remain in effect.

LBC | Capital COVID-19 Reporting

Reported: 1/19/2021, 11:30 a.m.

Lancaster Campus Population

0 (total of students and employees)

Lancaster Campus current confirmed positive COVID-19 Cases

11 = 5 students | 2 faculty | 4 staff

View the latest Lancaster Count COVID-19 data.

Applies to ALL Enrolled Students

Daily Screening

New daily screening procedures will be required for all students (traditional undergraduate, adult education, graduate and seminary) and employees on the Lancaster campus with wristbands required to evidence compliance.  This is a three-step process:

  • All people entering or residing on campus will complete the LiveSafe app or complete a manual questionnaire provided by Campus Safety.
  • All people and will be screened daily by Campus Safety. This will include showing completion of the questionnaire mentioned above, getting their temperature taken scanning their LBC | Capital identification card.
  • Each person on campus will receive a colored wristband after completing screening to wear for that day.