Our campus offers a safe, nurturing environment to focus on your studies while enjoying a community of fellow believers. Many home-schooled students find that LBC is a natural fit for them. Our small campus offers a family-like feel, class sizes are small, professors are readily available to answer questions – and even take prayer requests – and we offer academic mentoring services for students who might need help adjusting to college life. We can help you manage your schedule, prepare for tests, give you feedback on your writing and more. Here are some frequently asked questions we get from home-schoolers.
Home-schoolers have the same requirements as any other student. Our admissions team is here to help you walk through the three-step admissions process. Submitting the application is the first step.Learn About Application Process
LBC offers all students, home-schooled or not, help with academics and more through the Ally Center. Additionally, we offer free counseling and career services through Counseling & Career Center (C3). Take a look at the services the Ally Center and C3 offer here.Explore the Services Offered
The answer is ‘Yes!’
Visit the Charles & Gloria Jones Library at LBC. The home-schooled community can make use of our beautiful library and check out books – or just use it as a quiet study space.
Explore LBC’s JumpStart Dual Enrollment Program. If you’re still completing high school, check out our dual enrollment program and get a jump on college classes by taking tuition-free courses on campus.
Coming to the Lancaster campus is a great way to see who LBC is and to get a taste of campus life. There are several ways for you to experience our beautiful campus: