Lubbock Christian University Narrows Presidential Search
The search for a new president continues for one area university.
Lubbock Christian University’s Presidential Search Committee has narrowed down their list of possible nominees to two.
The finalists include L. Tim Perrin and Brian Starr, and both will visit the campus next week for a session with the search committee, as well as meeting with university constituents.
Perrin currently services as vice dean and professor of Law at the Pepperdine School of Law. He graduated with a degree in history from LCU in 1984, and received his J.D. from the Texas Tech School of Law in 1987.
Starr earned his Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts in Religion
from Abilene Christian University, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University. He currently serves as executive vice president of Lubbock Christian University.
Starr is the nephew of Baylor University President Ken Starr, who appointed Perrin as vice dean of the Pepperdine School of Law during Ken Starr’s tenure at Pepperdine.
“We have been so blessed to have received excellent nominations and candidates with a genuine interest in LCU,” said LCU Presidential Search Committee Chair and Board of Trustee member Sam Beard. “It is truly a positive reflection on Lubbock Christian University.”