Lancaster Bible College is committed to providing our undergraduate adult education students with the academic resources needed for success as an adult student regardless if you are taking your classes online or hybrid at one of our two locations.
The Accessibility Services Office provides students with disabilities equal access to all programs, facilities, and activities at LBC | Capital, and also helps promote self-advocacy skills.
The Writing Center assists students with any written assignment through individual tutoring sessions and group workshops. Peer writing assistants are eager to partner with you at any stage of the writing process by listening to your ideas, helping with the organization of your paper, and giving guidance with the technical skills involved in writing.
The Charles & Gloria Jones Library on the Lancaster campus and its locations in Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia are busy information hubs that provide the resources necessary to support the curriculum. The library website gives students access to over one hundred databases on every subject area, including digital books and journal articles. Research Guides, inter-library loan and research consultations are also available to students. The library is open daily for students, LBC|Capital personnel, alumni, and community patrons to use.
Shop online from your phone or computer or stop by our retail store on the Lancaster campus (located in Miller Hall). Our store is your place to purchase new or used textbooks, LBC | CAPITAL “Under Armour” gear and supplies.
Adult education students who live in close proximity to the Lancaster campus can become involved in the various opportunities offered on Lancaster campus.