Hello! Welcome to the LeTourneau University Web site. Spend some time here, and imagine yourself as part of the unique LeTourneau experience.
Want a comprehensive university? We offer more than 85 academic programs for both graduate and undergraduate students in a variety of fields.
Want something more than just sitting in class and taking notes? At LeTourneau University, it is our vision for every student to impact the world for Christ in every workplace and every nation. Our programs provide students with real life, problem-solving opportunities through internships, co-ops and design projects. Our students travel the world each year on mission projects that are life changing.
Want programs that fit your busy life? Are you an adult going back to college? We offer online and on-ground degree completion programs so you can finish your degree in a format that works for you.
It is our desire to glorify and honor God by integrating faith, learning and living that sets LeTourneau University apart.
I look forward to meeting you!
|With Chris and Peilin Pratt in their candy warehouse in Los Angeles, Calif. |
|Dr. Lunsford with the LeTourneau family. |
Louise LeTourneau Dick (seated) with her brothers Ben and Roy.
Ben's wife, Betty, is standing in the center.
Roy's wife, Shirley, is not pictured.
|With new LeTourneau University Chairman of the Board |
Pat Bertsche, CFO of Camcraft, Inc.
|While on campus, board members toured the Allen Center construction site. This group toured with LETU Dean of Students Corey Ross. Want to see the latest progress as the building goes up? Check out our live construction cam.|
"The reason why the church typically doesn't engage culture is because we are scared of it. We're scared it's going to somehow jump on us and corrupt us. We're scared it's going to somehow mess up our good thing. So we consistently move further and further away from the corruption, further and further away from the crime, further and further away from the post-modernity, further and further away from the relativism and secular humanism and we want to go to a safe place with people just like you. We want to be comfortable."