Don’t Delay. Apply Today!
The summer is quick drawing to a close and soon classes will start. It is not too late to apply.
Attending an open house event is a great way to see what it is like when you become a LBC Charger! Friday, Sept. 30, 2022 (in person/on campus)
Our admissions team is excited to welcome any prospective students to visit our campus. Call, text or email us to make the arrangements.
Whether you're waiting for a scheduled visit or unable to travel to campus, the virtual tour is a great way to get an overview of our beautiful campus.
Due to the safety risk of large gatherings and the cancellation of many assessment tests, Lancaster Bible College is adopting a test-optional policy for students applying for admission to the first-year undergraduate class in the 2021-22 admissions cycle.
Students who are unable to or choose not to submit SAT, ACT or CLT scores this year will not be at a disadvantage in our consideration of their applications. For purposes other than admission, standardized tests may be required. Scores may be submitted after students have received admission and prior to enrollment.
Submission of standardized test scores are strongly recommended for students who need scores to determine placement and proficiency in Math and English prior to admission to the college, as well as for students who are seeking academic-based scholarships. We will continue to consider SAT, ACT and CLT scores as part of the application of students who choose to submit them and will accept self-reported scores for purposes of assessing an application.
For additional information, please contact the Admissions Office at 717.560.8271 or email us at email@example.com
A rolling admission with “soft” deadlines. Students can apply and be accepted at any time prior to the beginning of the semester, including their junior year, but they must meet certain deadlines. Listed below are dates by which applications and all required documentation must be submitted in order to receive equal consideration with other applicants. Early Action candidates are given priority consideration for LBC’s academic and need-based scholarships, and federal and state aid, as they indicate their self-leadership and serious consideration of LBC to those reviewing their file.