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University Writing Center

The semester is almost over, and project deadlines are approaching. Consultants in the University Writing Center are available to help you brainstorm ideas, polish a presentation, or have a conversation about ways to strengthen a rough draft. Come in and make an appointment or call us at #7624; we look forward to working with you.

Regalia pick up

Regalia will be ready to pick up April 23 at the Chap Store. Please remember to bring your student ID with you. Congratulations!

Monday Night Mashup

Our last Monday Night Mashup is next Monday, April 23rd from 5-6pm. Come hear Ethan Fulton perform and get a Starbucks drink for half priced!

Spare a Pair for Kenya

While you are moving out, if you have any old shoes you would like to donate, please bring them to the bins located in each residence hall and one in the SUB. These shoes will go to help with the Kenya Shoe Project.

Rec Center Summer Job Openings

The Rec is hiring for summer 2018! You must be a current LCU student to apply. Applications are available on Chaplink or at the front desk in the Rec. Openings include front desk staff & Rec camp counselors! Email for more information.

Library Books Due

Calling all books.... ALL library books are due on Monday, April 23. Please, pay your late fines in the library before April 30. Any fines or missing books still remaining on May 7, will be turned over to the Business Office. Thanks for using your LCU Library!

Munch Money & Meal Plans

Just a reminder: The last day to utilize your munch money and meal plans is May 3rd.

Library Game Night

Join us Tuesday, April 24 5-8 pm for game night in the library. We'll have games, puzzles, pizza and other snacks. Let's take some time to relax and have a little fun before we head into finals.


Ready, Set, BLUE

Spring Graduate Dinner

April 25 @06:00 pm
Spring Graduate Dinner

Last Day of Classes

April 27

Final Exams

April 28

The Duster Today

The Life of a Non-Christian at LCU

In a university where the name Christian is prominent, how do we treat non-Christian students? Lubbock Christian University focuses on being a “Place of Faith.” Is this goal to be a Christlike community always achieved in how we treat people who are different than us? It’s safe to say that most LCU students would call

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The Brigade is back!

Are you a dedicated Chaps fan? Do you feel like LCU needs more school spirit? Do you have an insane amount of energy, but feel like you’d look crazy if you let it all out? Could be the Chap Brigade is for you. This fall will mark five years since the Chap Brigade brought spirit

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Lent: A Personal Reflection

I had never participated in something like Lent before. I wasn’t raised in a church where it was a major part of Easter and had never felt the necessity of seriously giving up something. Sure, I had given up chocolate or soda when I was 16 to say I was doing it for youth group

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Chaparral Men and Women Head to Horseshoe Bay For Conference Golf Championships

HORSESHOE BAY, Texas (April 22, 2018) – The 2018 regular season has come to a close and the Lubbock Christian University men and women's golf teams have made their way to Horseshoe Bay, Texas for the 2018 Heartland Conference Golf Championships. Tournament play will open up Sunday morning with the women teeing off at 9:32 a.m. at Slick Rock Golf Course. LCU's men are set to open up their morning with an 11:22 a.m. tee time.

Tryon Captures Provisional Time at Bryan Clay Invitational

AZUSA, Calif. (April 21, 2018) – Lubbock Christian University's stay in California was well received as they Chaparrals competed across three events with five competitors. The Chaps were running in a meet saturated heavily with NCAA Division I runners while still capturing top-40 finishes from each one of their competitors. Sophomore Jaylen Tryon collected the top performance of the weekend for Lubbock Christian earning a NCAA provisional time in the 800-meter event.

Cunningham Earns Provisional Time At Bryan Clay Invitational

AZUSA, Calif. (April 21, 2018) – The West Coast provided a big mark for the Lubbock Christian University women who return to the Lone Star State with a national provisional time from Amira Cunningham. Overall, the Lady Chaparrals traveled five runners to compete across the 800-meter, 5,000-meter and Steeplechase events. In addition to Cunningham's provisional performance in the Steeplechase, Andrea Sanchez captured the highest placing finish of the week in the 5k run.

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