for Our Traditional Undergraduate Program
We are honored that you are considering applying to be a traditional undergraduate student at Lancaster Bible College. The first step is to apply. After applying, follow the other three steps below to complete your admission process. If at any point you need assistance, just contact our admissions team.
AdmissionsOffice@lbc.edu | 866.522.4968
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If you are an international student looking to pursue a traditional undergraduate degree on the campus of Lancaster Bible College, make sure your have first read our general international student information.
This profile provides us with additional information not asked on the application form.
Tell us about yourself, why you want to attend LBC and how you came to know Christ as your Savior.
This may be completed either by email or online form.
Please submit this by email.
You will also need to request two references: General and Spiritual Life.
To be granted admission, the minimum score requirements for the TOEFL are 69 for internet-based, 193 for computer-based and 523 for paper-based or a 6.5 or higher on the IELTS.
Email an unaltered copy of your academic credentials showing successful completion of your country’s high school educational requirements.
Email proof of an educational background equivalent to an American high school education or download and complete our Educational Background Form.
Email academic credentials from any university or colleges attended after completion of high school.
ACT/SAT/CLT Scores: ACT/SAT/CLT test scores are optional and may be used for placement and potential scholarship.
Once all application materials have been submitted and you have been accepted into LBC, you will need to begin the application process for an F-1 Visa. Our Admissions Counselor and Designated School Officer will guide you in more detail through this process.
Government Regulations require any student planning to study on an F-1 visa must provide proof of finances for at least the first academic year.
International students must submit the funds to cover their first quarter of the educational costs upfront to Lancaster Bible College. The funds will be held in escrow and will be returned to immediately if unable to attend LBC.
After receiving the down payment, LBC will send you an I-20 Form. This form provides the government with the information necessary to issue you a visa. You will need to complete the visa application process through a US Embassy or Consulate in your country.