Dr. Lisa Stewart

Dr. Lisa Stewart

Associate Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services; Dean of Students; Professor

  • B.S., LeTourneau University
  • M.B.A., LeTourneau University
  • Post Master Certificate, Capella University
  • Ph.D., Capella University


Dr. Lisa Stewart, the wife of Patrick Stewart, Sr., serves as Associate Vice President of Enrollment and Student Affairs; Dean of Students, & Associate Professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas.

Although she started college after high school, she delayed her education to be a wife and mother. After her children were away at college, she returned and finished her education earning a Bachelor of Business Management in December 2005 from LeTourneau University. In May 2008 she earned her Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) with a Human Resource Management Specialization. In September 2009 she completed her post graduate work earning a post master certificate in Enrollment Management. Dr. Stewart completed her work for a Ph.D. in Education in spring 2015 with a specialization in Leadership in Higher Education at Capella University. As part of the program, she earned a post master professional certification from Noel Levitz in Enrollment Management in January 2010.

Prior to working at CBS, Lisa worked at LeTourneau University, Central Christian Academy, and Ben Taub General Hospital. In addition to her administrative and teaching responsibilities, she is a pastor’s wife, author, and speaker.


“Bridging the Gap between Enrollment and Graduation: An Exploratory Study of Retention Practices Utilized to Manage Retention of Nontraditional Undergraduate Students attending Faith-based Institutions”. (Spring 2015) ProQuest Dissertations & Theses 2015 199 pages; 3682701.

"Best Practices in the Integration of Faith and Learning for Adult and Online Learners. (2010) C.T. Fleming and C.B. Tweedell (Editors).

“Helping Students Remember their Why” (pp.87-93) Indiana: Triangle Publishing.

“Becoming Faith and Fit - Learning Biblical Methods to Win our Daily Battles”. (1991) SMG Publishing, Houston, Texas.