The month of October seems to confirm the rhythm for the year. Curricular and co-curricular activities are well underway. Roommates and classmates are no longer strangers. New faculty and staff begin to understand the campus culture and the local Lithuanian destinations for food shopping and walks in the forest. And Baltic Sea sunsets are earlier and earlier each day.
We are truly grateful for the safe start to the new academic year, our 30th year!
WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS THIS YEAR?
80% of our students are international (from outside Lithuania)
57 countries are represented at LCC
WHO ARE OUR FACULTY THIS YEAR?
75 faculty members
72% of our faculty are international (from outside Lithuania)
59% of faculty hold PhDs
WHAT IS OUR REGULAR RHYTHM?
Our students are engaged in their classes, which are primarily conducted in face-to-face mode.
We have begun both the basketball and indoor football seasons, with men’s and women’s teams in both sports. Go Moose!
We have Chapel each Friday, with a focus on the parables of Jesus this semester.
We hosted a student-led TEDxLCC event this month, with 8 dynamic student speakers.
We have launched a regular Public Theology Forum this year, with engaging topics that bring students and staff together in important conversation.
We are hosting “Cooking Around the World” events throughout the year, with students sharing their national cuisine.
GET TO KNOW US BETTER
Be sure to read about Zach and Naomi DeBoer, who have joined us this year. We are so excited to welcome them, and to engage their expertise and their passion for the mission of LCC.
Be sure to listen to the brief video message from one of our students. Our students recognize the privilege that they have because of your generosity.
YOUR INVOLVEMENT FROM AFAR
We are grateful that you have joined us in our mission “to provide Christian liberal arts education in a diverse learning community that transforms people for servant leadership.”
We thank you for your prayer support, your financial support, your personal notes of encouragement. Our students are blessed by your involvement from afar. The “regular rhythms” of our campus community are made possible because of your generosity.
Marlene Wall, President
LCC International University