Lincoln Christian University

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Lincoln Christian University (LCU), formerly Lincoln Christian College and Seminary (LCCS), comprises a School of Undergraduate Studies, a Seminary, and the Hargrove School, all located in Lincoln, Illinois. LCU is affiliated with the Independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ.

LCU's School of Undergraduate Studies is a private, four year, co-educational, residential Bible college offering Certificates, Associate's and Bachelor's degrees. LCU's graduate Seminary offers Master's degrees (including a Master of Divinity) and a Doctor of Ministry degree. The Hargrove School offers continuing educational programs.



LCU was founded in 1944 as Lincoln Bible Institute, a four-year Bible college aligned with the Restoration Movement. Its first President was Earl Hargrove; its first Dean was Enos Dowling. The seminary opened in 1951.

Recent history

In May 2009, officials from then-LCCS announced that the institution would change its name to Lincoln Christian University, effective September 2009.

In 1993 LCU became affiliated with Eastern Christian College, which was renamed Lincoln Christian College-East Coast. ECC then closed in 2005 and was...
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