Campus Services

Lancaster Bible College offers a variety of services to promote your success, well-being, and experience as a student on our campus.

Academic Resources

We value student success. To ensure our students have access the proper resources to help them achieve their academic goals, we created the Ally Center.

Located in the Teague Learning Commons, the Ally Center is a hub of our learning services. The center offers academic mentoring services, a writing center, math lab, and also houses the disability services office. Here, students will find the support and aid they need for their academic endeavors at LBC. Learn more about the Ally Center here.

Counseling and Career Center (C3)

Caring for our students means caring for every aspect of them – mentally, spiritually, physical, and emotionally. C3 offers counseling and career services to any LBC student seeking aid. C3 gives our students access to help when they need it, free of charge. Learn more about the services offered by C3 by clicking here.

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center is devoted to making health solutions accessible to students. We offer a variety of services to students, including screenings, treatment of acute and chronic illness and injury, and the school ensures that a doctor is on available on campus one day a week. Learn more about our wellness services by clicking here.

Campus Safety

In order to create a safe environment for our students and visitors, we offer round-the-clock access to public safety staff and services. In addition to offering 24 hour patrols, students can also request a public safety officer a walking escort at any time. The Department of Public Safety at Lancaster Bible College maintains a close working relationship with local law enforcement, first responders, and emergency management officials to provide the best possible care for everyone on campus. Learn more about The Department of Public Safety by clicking here.

Help Desk

The Help Desk is here to do just that – help. If you need help troubleshooting computer or network issues on campus, call the help desk. Additionally, the Help Desk offers support for our online learning platform, eCampus. For more information about the services offered by the Help Desk, please click here.

Dining Services

Students and visitors to the campus are invited to eat in the Olewine Dining Common. Meal plans can be purchased for both residents and commuters. To view the dining hall’s complete schedule, please click here.

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Lancaster Bible College|Capital Seminary & Graduate School is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex (except where sex is a bona fide occupational qualification), ancestry, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, admission to and enrollment with the College.