FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Am I able to bring my children to the teaching sessions?
Our heart is to create a highly effective, life-changing learning environment for all students and maximize each hour that students spend in training during the 8:30am – 1:00pm weekly sessions. As a result, daily audit students must be 18 years or older, or 17, if you are a prospective student accompanied by a parent. We also except mothers nursing up to 4 month old infants.
We also invite you to attend our biannual event, LCU Preview, as a prospective student. We will allow children 10 and over to attend with their parents for the LCU preview only. Click here to learn more about LCU Preview.
Who will be teaching during the upcoming semester?
Todd White, Dan Mohler, Daniel Kolenda, Michael Koulianos, Eric Gilmour, Brian Guerin, Sean Smith, Andy Byrd, David Wagner, Andrew Cannon, Chris Gore, Cindy Jacobs and many other handpicked guest speakers.
Is LCU going to offer night classes or a part-time student schedule?
The University offers up to 3 years of training and each year starts in the Fall (September). We are a year long program and offer up to 2 years total of training and a 3rd year internship (upon approval). As a result, we do not expect to offer night classes or other part-time options as University staff and facility space will be allocated for these programs.
As an LCU student, will I be able to schedule a time to meet with Todd?
This has been one of the most challenging things for Todd. He would love to be able to personally meet with each student that attends LCU. However, due to time constraints with his family, his many responsibilities, and his desire to stay faithful to God and focused on the Lord’s call for his life, he is not able to meet individually with University students. When he is not speaking at LCU or other events, he focuses his time on his family. Fortunately, we have a wonderful LCU staff with weekly availability to encourage you and strengthen you in your walk with the Lord.
Can I volunteer at Lifestyle Christianity University?
We so appreciate the incredible volunteers that step up to serve. All students who are enrolled have the opportunity to volunteer in different areas/departments at LCU. Volunteer sign up forms are sent to all students before the start of the school year during pre-registration.
I have a job opportunity for LCU students. How do I advertise this?
Thank you so much for considering LCU students for a position at your church, ministry, and/or business. Please feel free to send the details concerning any opportunities via our online contact form, and we will recommend these roles to our students as we see fit. Click here to fill out the contact form.
Our Admissions Team is here to answer your questions and help you every step of the way.