The Office of Student Life oversees and manages many of the campus resources available to students in an effort to create a comprehensive and enjoyable college experience. Our mission is to provide students with a holistic development model that encompasses their spiritual, emotional, mental and physical well-being. Above all, our mission is to care for you.
The OSL staff is also available to serve as a reference point for students. If you have a question about a college service or policy, stop by the office or contact:
Phone: ext. 533
Location: Upstairs in the Hicks Student Center
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am–5pm (Closed for lunch and during Chapel hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 10:20–11:20am)
At Life Pacific College, we believe that student activities provide an important point of connection and unity for students on campus. The Office of Student Life (OSL) intentionally designs our programs to help meet the social, cultural, recreational, intellectual, and spiritual needs of the LPC community. Students are encouraged to stop by the OSL in order to find out about opportunities for involvement and to learn about all of our upcoming events.
In addition to major events like Fall/Spring Retreats, Winter/Spring Socials and Homecoming, the Associated Student Body and the Office of Residence Life provide programs and events throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Some examples include ongoing Intramural Sports, Broomball, The Good Life, the Turkey Bowl, Christmas Hall Decorating, Spring Spa, the Man Party, Chivalry Night and Finals Food. These are all great opportunities to enjoy fellowship, build community and take a break from the ever-present demands of being a college student.
Click the link below for the current version of the Student Handbook in PDF format: Student Handbook
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Life Pacific College and the Office of Student Life are committed to the emotional and psychological well-being of our students along with their social, academic, and spiritual well-being. Therefore, we have created a network of referrals for students seeking support through counseling, clinics, organizations, and hot-lines.
If you are seeking counseling services, we refer students to our Counseling Center operating on campus called Emmaus Road Christian Counseling. You can view their website here: emmausroadcounseling.com where you will find information about the counselors and how to contact each one.
Students wishing to utilize our referral service for clinics, organizations, and hot-lines are encouraged to download and fill out a counseling referral application and set up an appointment with the Director of Student Life and Operations. All conversations are held with the same high standard of confidentiality as the counseling profession itself.
The Office of Student Life Team is ready for student arrival on January 12, 2013! Come ready to have fun, make friends, and receive plenty of important information about living life here on campus.
Note that orientation is required for all new students.
Meet the Team
Dean of Students
J.J. has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Hope International University, a Master of Theology degree from Fuller in Theology and the Arts, and is currently in his second year of PhD studies in Communications at Regent University. He has worked in Student Life at Hope International University, spent time as a youth pastor in Arizona, served as a missionary in both Mexico and Africa, and traveled in North America as a speaker and improv comedian. J.J. is incredibly passionate about impacting college students and preparing them for a lifetime of living effective lives for Christ.
Assistant Dean of Students
(909) 599-5433 ext. 533
Kristin has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Oregon State University and a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. She serves as the Assistant Dean of Students and a professor of History at Life Pacific College. In January 2008, she joined the staff of Foursquare Missions International and shortly after, joined the Director in the development, launch, and implementation of Foursquare Ignite. In 2010, Kristin joined the staff and faculty of Life Pacific College with a focus on the ministry formation and spiritual development of the student body.
Director of Residence Life
(909) 599-5433 ext. 397
Tasha has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Morehead State University and is currently finishing a Master of Arts in Management from Azusa Pacific University. She serves as the Director of Residence Life at Life Pacific College. She has previously worked on a large church staff in Oregon and she has also served as Executive Assistant to the President at Life Pacific College. She is passionate about helping students build meaningful community and grow into the leaders they were meant to be.