LCU Faculty and Staff continue tradition of move-in tradition - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

LCU Faculty and Staff continue tradition of helping freshmen move-in

Provided by Lubbock Christian University

Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

What: Move-In Day for LCU's 2013 Freshman Class

LCU's president, Tim Perrin, and other LCU faculty and staff will be on site from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. to personally greet incoming freshmen and lend a hand in moving their belongings into the residence halls. Greeting freshmen as they arrive and assisting them in moving into residence halls is a long-standing tradition at LCU.

Later in the evening "GO! 2013" kicks off five days of activities to get freshmen oriented on college life at LCU. The freshmen class is approximately 265 students. Classes start on Monday, August 26 for the university, as well as the school's traditional opening chapel.

Where: Katie Rogers Residence Hall

East side of LCU campus at Chicago and 22nd, off of 19th Street

When: 9 - 11 a.m. - President Perrin & other faculty/staff helping students move in

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Residence halls open for students to move in.

Katie Rogers Hall - girls' residence hall

Johnson Hall - boys' residence hall

(West side of LCU campus, enter at Eileen Blvd. from 19th Street)

5 - 5:45 p.m. - Dinner for students and parents in the campus mall area

6:15 p.m. - Official welcome by LCU President Tim Perrin

McDonald Moody Auditorium

  • Local News on KCBD.comNewsMore>>

  • Ebola vaccinations begin in rural Congo on Monday: Ministry

    Ebola vaccinations begin in rural Congo on Monday: Ministry

    Saturday, May 26 2018 6:03 AM EDT2018-05-26 10:03:13 GMT
    Saturday, May 26 2018 1:37 PM EDT2018-05-26 17:37:03 GMT
    A vaccination campaign continues in Mbandaka, the city of 1.2 million where four Ebola cases have been confirmed. (Source: (Louise Annaud/Medecins Sans Frontieres via AP)A vaccination campaign continues in Mbandaka, the city of 1.2 million where four Ebola cases have been confirmed. (Source: (Louise Annaud/Medecins Sans Frontieres via AP)

    Congo says confirmed Ebola cases rise to 35, with 10 deaths, as vaccinations continue.

    Congo says confirmed Ebola cases rise to 35, with 10 deaths, as vaccinations continue.

  • Subtropical Storm Alberto heads to the US Gulf

    Subtropical Storm Alberto heads to the US Gulf

    Saturday, May 26 2018 5:23 AM EDT2018-05-26 09:23:12 GMT
    Saturday, May 26 2018 1:35 PM EDT2018-05-26 17:35:05 GMT
    A gradual strengthening is expected through the weekend as Alberto moves north. (Source: NOAA/CIRA/RAMMB/CNN)A gradual strengthening is expected through the weekend as Alberto moves north. (Source: NOAA/CIRA/RAMMB/CNN)

    A storm moving slowly through the Caribbean Sea is threatening to bring heavy rainfall, mudslides, and flash floods to parts of Mexico, Cuba, Florida and the eastern U.S. Gulf Coast this weekend.

    A storm moving slowly through the Caribbean Sea is threatening to bring heavy rainfall, mudslides, and flash floods to parts of Mexico, Cuba, Florida and the eastern U.S. Gulf Coast this weekend.

  • More LGBT issues loom as justices near wedding cake decision

    More LGBT issues loom as justices near wedding cake decision

    Saturday, May 26 2018 9:33 AM EDT2018-05-26 13:33:35 GMT
    Saturday, May 26 2018 1:34 PM EDT2018-05-26 17:34:34 GMT
    (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File). FILE - In this Oct. 10, 2017, file photo, the Supreme Court in Washington is seen at sunset. A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through the courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the...(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File). FILE - In this Oct. 10, 2017, file photo, the Supreme Court in Washington is seen at sunset. A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through the courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the...

    A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and that'll continue, no matter what the Supreme Court decides in the case of a baker who wouldn't create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

    A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and that'll continue, no matter what the Supreme Court decides in the case of a baker who wouldn't create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

Powered by Frankly