- LeTourneau’s education is grounded in Christian principles, which are integrated into every major and every course.
- Faculty members begin each class session with a prayer and/or devotional time.
- Students have the opportunity to participate in service projects and go on national and international mission trips.
- Weekly floor devotionals are held to promote floor unity and encourage accountability.
- Faculty, staff and many nationally and internationally recognized Christian men and women present messages in chapel. Students also have the opportunity to present or lead worship during chapel.
- Students tell us they feel like they “belong” at LeTourneau and love the strong sense of community on the campus.
- Students can participate in student government, intercollegiate team sports, student leadership and more than 50 recognized student organizations.
- Faculty and staff often invite students into their homes for fellowship, mentoring and home-cooked meals.
- Students can participate in any of the 13 men’s and women’s varsity athletic programs.
- Intramural participation among LETU students is a big deal, with over 85 percent participation in 20 sports.
- 91 percent of all full-time students receive some form of financial aid.
Over the past three years, LETU graduates have a 90 percent job placement rate.
offers a variety of on-campus positions students which can apply for through the quick and easy online application process.
- Those eligible for the Federal Work Study program can apply for jobs at specific partnered locations within the community.
Safety and Community Advantages
- University Police patrols the campus, provides security and access to facilities after hours, enforces traffic regulations and is available 24/7 for emergency and non-emergency situations.
- Each dorm has either proxy cards, swipe cards or a key code at each entry to ensure 24-hour safety of living facilities.
- The Corner Café serves up delicious, nutritious meals provided by LETU's sustainability-focused food service provider, Bon Appétit.
- The campus is located on 162 acres and is separated from the surrounding neighborhoods.
- Students with flight classes located at the Paul and Betty Abbott Aviation Center have the option to be transported by university buses.
- No smoking or drinking is permitted on or off campus.