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Give to the Alumni Scholarship

Impact for generations

For our 25th anniversary, we launched a project to raise the $25,000 USD necessary to fund the Alumni Endowed Scholarship. So far over 100 alumni have contributed to the fund, but we need your help to reach our goal. Every contribution, even a small monthly contribution—the cost of a cup of coffee—will bring us closer to the goal.

Current fund status

We are less than $6,000 USD from our fundraising target! Your generous contribution today will ensure a place for a talented future LCC student as interest generated by the fund will support an annual scholarship for an LCC student.  

Inspiring future leaders

You know LCC was worth every cent, not only for the lessons and lectures, but also for the experience and the life-long friends. However, for some students LCC is still out of reach. Your contribution today could help a high school senior join the ranks of LCC’s successful alumni tomorrow.  

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Alumni On-Campus Day

Monthly Events

Once a month, we invite an LCC graduate who has achieved significant success to spend a day on campus. On this day we host talks with students, creating an opportunity to share real front-line experience and infuse our students with a dose of motivation.

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If you wish to participate, please contact us and we will send additional information to help you prepare.

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Recent News & Events

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From Lithuania to New York City: an LCC alumna who eagerly and passionately fights for human rights


Jolita Crosland, is a native Lithuanian and a 2006 LCC International University graduate, having earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration. Throughout her years of studies at LCC, Jolita has been an active student, involved and engaged in various activities. After graduating from LCC and Klaipeda University, Jolita immigrated to the United States where she currently lives with her family. In the early stages of her employment, she started by performing regular jobs common to immigrants in the United States. Later she enrolled in a Master’s degree program at New School University in New York. After finishing her graduate degree, Jolita worked within different small companies. Currently, Jolita is the Executive Project Manager at Yancey Consulting in New York, a Black-owned Organization that promotes the rights of marginalized groups in their region and beyond. Jolita describes the workplace as a psychologically safe environment that is constantly seeking to impact historically disadvantaged communities. Some of the responsibilities she performs daily include strategic planning, leading meetings, as well as creating and organizing projects. She affectionately calls her current workplace “LCC Number Two” because it is an environment that also paves the ground to growth, questioning, and critical thinking. When Jolita was asked about the most valuable lesson and experience she carried from LCC International University, “critical thinking” was at the top of her list. Jolita said that critical thinking was a very crucial and significant concept that was introduced to her for the first time at LCC. She believes that critical thinking leads to attaining a learning behavior, that creates the opportunity to question, analyze and critically evaluate the message. Because of this, Jolita encourages everyone to become listeners, to ask questions, and always seek ways and opportunities to learn and grow in different aspects of life.  In talking about her transition from LCC to her current role as an Executive Project manager, Jolita claims that the transition was easy since her LCC Liberal Arts education provided validity and accreditation. “The LCC diploma is so meaningful to me personally and academically. I always feel proud of it.” Jolita affirms that studying at LCC was the best decision she made, as it prepared and equipped her for the career she is currently pursuing. Married to a man of color, today Jolita is eager to fight against racism and oppression. Every day she wakes up with a mission to support and elevate the voices of the ones, who remain muted in society. The mission of her current role is to bring people together and educate them on topics such as anti-oppression and anti-racism. “This is our fight, it is not enough to just talk about it,” she claims. Jolita encourages everyone to actively and intentionally fight to help others. She emphasizes the significance of being mindful of the language we use daily, aware to not verbally wound and offend the marginalized community. Jolita talks about four significant aspects of anti-oppression and anti-racism; which include diversity, inclusion, equity, and access. Jolita explains that diversity is about bringing people together, collecting more voices, and bringing in more perspectives. Embracing diversity leads to more robust and innovative environments. Inclusion means creating an environment that welcomes and meaningfully includes these perspectives in decision-making. Jolita discusses that is not enough just to talk about the matter but to actually step in to practice it. When Jolita mentions equity, it means fairness for everybody. Jolita emphasized that all these aspects teach individuals how to be mindful of their actions and language, to not embrace only one way but to open up to other options and ways out there. Jolita concludes by affirming that we all have unconscious biases because we are socialized to believe a certain point of view. Nevertheless, she calls everyone to be conscious of their biases by challenging themselves to ask questions and to think critically. This is the way one learns how to appreciate diversity and how to actively engage in the fight for anti-oppression and anti-racism. In case you’ve missed the Coffee with Alumni discussion with Jolita Crosland, here is the full video - 

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What a difference a year makes!A year ago this week (February 2020), I flew to North America. I spent a wonderful week, visiting LCC friends. I was in British Columbia,* and I remember hearing about the spread of this strange virus just south of the border, in Washington State.(*See photo of Marlene’s last dinner party in North America, in February 2020.)Fast forward to today . . .LCC is happening fully online.Many of our students are scattered around the world, in their home countries.More than 200 of our students are living in the residence halls on campus.All of our classes are online.Our chapel services are online.Our creative programming for students is online.Our admissions work is online.Our fundraising work is online.Our basketball games can be watched only online.Our board meetings are online.Our graduations have been online.In fact, in Lithuania, a country on lockdown, we are restricted to only two people outside together, no travel between cities, only grocery stores open . . . for two full months already.Despite all of these “I can’t believe this is our reality!” statements, God continues to walk alongside us, as we seek to be His servants in this place called LCC International University.How do I know this?In the past 2 weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to visit with several LCC students . . . in separate online calls. In each case, the student (whether currently on campus or far away in their home country) has expressed gratitude for the caring community of LCC.I’ve heard stories of new student friendships forming, between students who were “randomly” assigned to the same breakout rooms online.I hear alumni stories being shared with current students, encouraging them to focus on the values being taught at LCC.I note the simple appreciation of walks to the sea.I hear from professors who are testing their online creativity skills in order to encourage students.As we move into the middle of the Spring 2021 semester, we wonder what the summer will hold for our students. Will any of them have the opportunity to work, to help off-set their university costs? Will this be their second summer in a row of no employment?This year’s budget was increased significantly in order to assist students with financial need, particularly because of their difficult family situations and because they were unable to find summer employment. We are seeking a 25% increase in our Annual Fund this year because of our desire to help our students.Consider being part of this thriving Christ-centered community through your financial support.And . . . consider joining us for an upcoming Zoom Coffee event, where we will share several campus updates, including through the voices of our students! Thank you!The donor community that supports LCC has been faithful in consistently supporting the mission of LCC through financial giving. Thank you!GIVE TO LCC ONLINEGod working through you—the LCC donors—is the reason that the LCC community thrives, with the largest student body in our history.  We have much to be grateful for, even online. Ačiū / Thank You!Marlene WallPresident

Become a mentor

University full of curious students

Remember those days as an undergraduate student with many questions and few answers? Not much has changed. University is full of curious students who can benefit from the experience and guidance of alumni.  

Share your experience

Choose an area that you can help the students with and we will help you meet the students who need such guidance.  

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32 Active mentors


Alma Čenkuvienė

Certified Professional Coach; HR Professional at Self-Employed, Lithuania

  • Human Resources
  • Leadership
  • Coaching

Timothy Roy

Business Consultant at Garant Group, Bangladesh

  • Career opportunities
  • Self-development
  • Finding purpose in work

Distinguished alumni award

Every year we award two alumni for their extraordinary achievements: charity work, selfless acts, community building efforts or anything else that aligns with our values. The award serves as an inspiration and example to our students; a reminder of our mission.  

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Recent Award Winners

Inspiring author, successful academic, educator, and a church leader

Rev. Dr. Lina Toth is Lithuanian who resides in the United Kingdom, serves as Assistant Principal and Lecturer in Practical Theology at Scottish Baptist College. Previously she served as a Course Leader, Lecturer and later as Pro-Rector and Academic Dean at the International Baptist Theological Seminary in Prague. She is musician and artist as well as a theologian and a successful academic, educator, and a church leader. Lina is particularly interested in exploring various aspects of ethics, spirituality, and theology of culture. She is author of several books and articles, and he book Transforming the Struggles of Tamars: Single Women and Baptistic Communities (Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2014), ISBN: 978-1-62564-108-3, is the source of inspiration for a lot of women. Lina keeps a communication with LCC, visits LCC and is always happy to share her knowledge in open lectures or meetings with LCC community.


Lina Toth

Distinguished Alumni

2019 Award recipient

The sense of belonging

Henrikas is Lithuanian who resides in Lithuania. He is CEO & Founder of the successful start-up "Interactio", which developed the mobile app for simultaneous interpretation, overflow audiences, poster sessions, silent conferences & more. Henrikas is a great business entrepreneur and amazing inspiration of how a hard work and dedication can lead to a success. He is LCC ambassador in Europe and in the USA, where he is traveling on his business purposes, his company employs LCC alumni and students and he is well-known for his contribution to innovation and socially responsible business. He is always happy to come back on campus and share his knowledge and inspiration with LCC community.


Henrikas Rapolas Urbonas

Young Distinguished Alumni

2019 Award recipient

Stay Involved

Community is a great treasure that stays with you after graduation; we help to keep it that way through regular events and alumni programs.

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More than 2,000

Total alumni

34 Countries

Alumni come from

Community of Leaders

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30 Mentors

Our alumni sign up as mentors to share their knowledge and experience with current LCC students and help them grow. Sign up to be a mentor today by completing this form.

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77% Successfully Employed

LCC alumni find jobs in various industries, from film production to education to politics. 77% percent find jobs within 7 months of graduation.

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34% Leaders in Organizations

Leadership is in our DNA. We are proud of our energetic alumni who lead communities, organizations or open their own enterprises. Update your contact form today and stay in touch with the LCC community of world-shapers.

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92% Recommend LCC

The majority of our 2,048 alumni say LCC has prepared them well for their future careers and recommend an LCC education to high school seniors.

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“A safe space to find myself”

"LCC helped me to become a strong and confident individual. Here, I felt safe to express my thoughts, share my point of view and develop my life philosophy. I felt that my opinion was heard and it mattered. LCC laid the foundation for my critical thinking, appreciation for diversity, curiosity, teamwork, search for creative solutions and accountability to myself as well as to the world around me."

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Eleonora Jonušienė
Country of Origin: Lithuania
Based in USA

Graduated from LCC in 1999

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