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University Writing Center

We're down to the last few weeks of the semester, and we would love to help you brainstorm or outline or finish or refine your writing projects. We want you to finish strong--and we are here to help! Walk in or make an appointment at #720-7624.

Jesus League

What if I told you that you can have power that surpasses any human ability. What if we could be heroes? Come join us in conversations about Superheroes in comparison to the power that God has given each of you! We are located in the CAA building, room 141, every Thursday at 4pm. For more information contact

Monday Night Mashup

Join us for the last Monday Night Mashup of the semester, November 27, as Journee Cotton entertains us with Christmas music on the violin. Starbucks drinks will be half off from 5-6pm.

Have you Registered for the Spring Semester?

Did you know that we only have 10 class days until Final Exams begin? Did you know that we only have 16 weekdays until the Fall 17 semester is over? This leaves very little time to register for the Spring 18 semester. If you have not done so, please meet with your Academic Advisor and register today!

Lady Chaps at home this weekend

After getting off to a 3-0 start this past weekend with wins against CSU-Pueblo, Metro State and A&M Commerce, the Lady Chaps return for home games this weekend on Friday at 6:00 vs Western New Mexico University and Saturday at 6:00 vs UT Permian Basin. Please come out to the Rip to help get the regular season home schedule off to a good start.

Rec Center Thanksgiving Hours

The Rec will be open regular hours on Monday, Nov. 20th. We'll be open from 5:30am-10pm on Tuesday & be closed Wednesday-Sunday for Thanksgiving break. We will reopen on Monday, Nov. 27th at 5:30am.


Encounter LE

November 17
Encounter LE

Thanksgiving Break

November 22

Big Blue Christmas

November 28 @05:00 pm
Big Blue Christmas

Christmas Dinner Concert

November 30 @06:30 pm
Christmas Dinner Concert

The Duster Today

Students Stand Up Against Human Trafficking

Anticipation is gathering as the new student organization Students Ending Slavery is kicking off its first meeting next week. This club was created to raise awareness and educate students about human trafficking in the Lubbock community. Club president, Rebecca Morrow, has a passion for this subject and hopes to make a difference on the LCU

Parking at LCU

Here at LCU there is a special parking system. Sometimes it seems like it’s a code that needs to be cracked. As a new student on campus for my first semester, I was confused as to where I could and could not park. When I got my ticket I went and talked to the LCU

What do YOU think about TWIRP?

TWIRP week. A week that many enjoy, but not all. This week is about girls asking guys on dates and getting the wonderful opportunity to pay. Without the gender role swap, TWIRP week would make no sense. (Although, does it anyway?) Since this is my second year at LCU, this is the third TWIRP week

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Lady Chaps Open Arbor Hotels Classic Hosting WNMU


Lady Chaps Ready to Rattle and Roll at Conference Tournament

FORT SMITH, Ark. (November 16, 2017) – Lubbock Christian University, in their third season of postseason eligibility at the NCAA Division II level, qualified for the Heartland Conference Tournament for a third consecutive season and occupy the No.3-seed of the four-team single-elimination tournament, which gets underway Friday at top-seeded University of Arkansas – Fort Smith's Stubblefield Center.  LCU plays the second match Friday (7:30 p.m.), facing No.2-seed St. Mary's in the semifinals, with the winner advancing Saturday to face the winner of the No.1 UAFS vs. No.4 St. Edward's contest for an automatic berth to the NCAA South Central Region Tournament.

Leigh Cordes Signs Seven Additions to Track and Cross Country Teams

Leigh Cordes has announced the latest signings with seven new additions to the Lubbock Christian University women's track and cross country programs. The incoming class is highlighted by two junior college transfers and five competitors making the leap from the high school ranks.

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