Hundreds of Lubbock Christian University (LCU) pupils took element in a dozen support assignments throughout the metropolis of Lubbock this past weekend as a portion of GO!, (Get Oriented) LCU’s annual Freshman and New Student Orientation.
Freshman learners ended up split into 20 lesser orientation teams for the length of their original welcome to campus, and on the next day of their orientation activities, just about every group served at a person of 12 areas. Projects ranged from trash decide-up and making residences to arranging donation facilities, and partnering businesses provided Continue to keep LBK Gorgeous, Carillon Home, Lubbock Memorial Arboretum, CASP, Hub City Outreach Centre, Catholic Charities, Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Military, Habitat for Humanity, Lubbock Impression, South Plains Foods Bank, and the Volunteer Center of Lubbock.
“Serving is at the core of the University’s values,” spelled out Kecia Jackson, Affiliate Dean of College students and Title IX Coordinator. “It’s who we are and continue on to strive to be. We desired to show the incoming learners that we are proud of the neighborhood we are a element of and want to pour again into Lubbock. We didn’t want to just explain to the freshmen this is who we are, we wanted to display them. Our new college students are an significant part of the LCU neighborhood and the Lubbock community.”
Even though formal quantities won’t be out there until the 12th day of classes, this year’s freshmen class is one of LCU’s largest in new several years. They have now 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 id as an establishment and our calling as believers,” shared Josh Stephens, Dean of College students.
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