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From The Desk of the President

2020-06-30

SUPPORT STUDENTS BY HELPING LCC END THE YEAR WELL

WE’RE PLANNING FOR FALL: Moving from a semester to a quarter system. Planning to offer all courses both face-to-face and remotely. Setting up our residence halls for two groups of self-isolated students in August. Telling the LCC story to prospective students on Zoom. Watching international border access.

WE’RE MONITORING OUR CURRENT REALITY: In order to be ready for fall, we need to end this fiscal year well. We need 201,000 EUR by July 31. Join us by supporting our students financially during these challenging times.

WE’RE REAFFIRMING OUR COMMITMENTS: We are committed to ensuring a quality university education within our Christian liberal arts framework. We are committed to being student-centered, caring for the entire student as part of our campus community. We are committed to the health and safety of all faculty, staff, and students. We are committed to agile decision-making in order to adapt to a changing environment. We are committed to offering additional financial support for our students who lost their summer employment opportunities.

WE’RE GRATEFUL FOR YOU AND YOUR ROLE: As part of the global LCC community, you are aware of our strengths as a university. You know that we are preparing a new kind of citizen for the world. You share the message of HOPE that we offer to regions of the world that are desperate for it.

Join us at LCC International University, as we seek to remain an opportunity of HOPE. Help us end this year well. Thank you in advance! May God bless you and your family . . . as you navigate this global crisis with us.

Marlene Wall, PhD
President

P.S. – And in case you are wondering what is happening on campus this summer, we continue to have over 100 LCC students on campus – students who couldn’t return to their home countries during the pandemic. Many of them are now involved in our summer kids and teens and basketball camps. Our students enjoy the challenge, the hundreds of children appreciate the “LCC personal touch,” and the campus is humming with activities.

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