Academic Resources

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is committed to providing all of our students – online, in class, undergraduate and graduate – with the academic resources they need to be successful. To that end, the college provides a number of opportunities for students at any level of education to find additional support, help and resources outside of the classroom. From disability services, writing help, tutoring, one-on-one mentoring sessions to providing quiet, private places to study and take tests, LBC | Capital is here to help you succeed.

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Academic Programs: See an overview of all the seminary and graduate programs offered at Capital.

Tuition & Fees: Learn more about financing your educational experience at Capital Seminary & Graduate School.

Information Sessions: Register to attend an Information Session, Open House, or “Experience Days” See Lancaster Site

Overview of Capital: Get an overview of Capital Seminary & Graduate School.

Academic Catalog: Browse the catalog for Capital Seminary & Graduate School.

Ally Center

Disability Services

The Disability Services Office provides students with disabilities equal access to all programs, facilities, and activities at LBC|Capital, and also helps promote self-advocacy skills.

Writing Services

The Writing Center assists students with any written assignment through individual tutoring sessions and group workshops. Peer writing assistants are eager to partner with you at any stage of the writing process by listening to your ideas, helping with the organization of your paper, and giving guidance with the technical skills involved in writing.

The LBC Jones Library

The Charles & Gloria Jones Library on the Lancaster campus and its Greenbelt location are busy information hubs that provides the resources necessary to support the curriculum. The library website gives students access to over one hundred databases on every subject area, including digital books and journal articles. Research Guides, interlibrary loan and research consultations are also available to students. The library is open daily for students, LBC|Capital personnel, alumni, and community patrons to use.

LBC Bookend Bookstore

Stop by our store on the Lancaster campus or shop online from your phone or computer. Our store is your place to purchase graduate textbooks, LBC|CAPITAL “Under Armour” gear and supplies.

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Create Your Own Campus Experience

Capital student that live in close proximity to the Lancaster campus can become involved in the various opportunities offered on Lancaster campus.

  • Charger Athletic events – Take a break from studying and come watch a Charger Athletic team compete. Or bring your family to watch a game on a class night. See the schedule.
  • Food and specialty beverages are available for purchase at the college’s Bennee’s Bistro, Hollee’s Cafe, Charlie’s Creamery, and the dining hall.
  • Copy and mailing services are available to students during the regular business hours of 10 AM-3 PM.
  • LBC has a fitness center that is available to Capital students.
  • Events – keep aware of the events on campus and at our downtown Lancaster Trust Performing Arts Center.
  • Study areas for individuals or groups are available in the Teague Learning Commons, Charles Frey Academic Complex, Good Shepherd Chapel lobbies and Olewine Dining Commons.
  • Campus Safety Escorts – You can request an escort from Public Safety to walk you to your car.

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