Hundreds of Lubbock Christian University (LCU) students took part in a dozen support initiatives throughout the metropolis of Lubbock this previous weekend as a portion of GO!, (Get Oriented) LCU’s annual Freshman and New Scholar Orientation.
Freshman learners ended up break up into 20 lesser orientation groups for the duration of their preliminary welcome to campus, and on the second working day of their orientation things to do, each and every team served at one of 12 areas. Projects ranged from trash pick-up and developing homes to organizing donation centers, and partnering companies integrated Retain LBK Attractive, Carillon Dwelling, Lubbock Memorial Arboretum, CASP, Hub Metropolis Outreach Middle, Catholic Charities, Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Lubbock Influence, South Plains Meals Financial institution, and the Volunteer Heart of Lubbock.
“Serving is at the core of the University’s values,” defined Kecia Jackson, Associate Dean of Pupils and Title IX Coordinator. “It’s who we are and continue to attempt to be. We desired to clearly show the incoming pupils that we are proud of the neighborhood we are a portion of and want to pour again into Lubbock. We did not want to just tell the freshmen this is who we are, we preferred to display them. Our new pupils are an critical element of the LCU community and the Lubbock group.”
When formal numbers will not be obtainable till the 12th day of classes, this year’s freshmen class is a single of LCU’s premier in latest decades. They have presently demonstrated their servant leadership and coronary heart for the local community of Lubbock. “This is an integral part of our new student orientation, as it ties into our identification as an establishment and our contacting as believers,” shared Josh Stephens, Dean of College students.
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