|Undergraduate tuition (per credit hour)||$490|
|Graduate tuition (per credit hour)
for arts, education and science programs
|Tuition, audit (per credit hour)||$245|
Note: Tuition rates for the EdD, MBA, and DPT programs will be posted separately.
Summer On-Campus Housing
Only students who are completing internships, working on campus, and/or are taking summer classes are permitted to stay on campus during the summer. All students who live on campus during the summer will be placed in Montgomery Hall. Students may be asked to move/relocate throughout the summer for consolidation reasons.
To sign up for on campus housing, students will need to complete a Summer Residential Living Agreement, found here: Summer Residential Living Agreement.
Priority deadline for Summer School Housing signups: Monday, April 25, 2016.
Check in for the first session of summer school will occur on Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. This means you will stay at your current residence until check-in on May 14. In order to ensure that you are not charged for staying late you must fill out a late stay form on my LC use the date of May 14. Check-in for sessions two and three will occur the Sunday before classes start. These dates are May 29, 2016 and June 19, 2016.
|Per Summer School Session (3 weeks)||$410 – double occupancy|
Note: Single rooms are not available unless approved for Housing Accommodations by Julia Timmons, Disability Support Services Coordinator.
In addition to summer school, we offer a rate only to those students who will be working/completing an internship in Lynchburg for the summer. Verification of Employment will be required. If you plan to complete an internship and need to stay on campus for the duration of the summer, your rate will be $1,560 for the 12 weeks of summer.
For the summer, Lynchburg College provides a meal plan for all students living in College housing. Most summer school classes are taught in 3-week terms and the meals plans are designed to align with the length of time the student will be on campus. Some students live on campus all summer and there is also a plan for those students.
Meal Plan Rates
|3-week (unlimited) plan||$300|
|Full summer (unlimited) plan||$1,220|
The Burton Dining Hall is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the week (Monday – Friday) and is open for brunch and dinner of Saturday and Sunday. For the ultimate flexibility during the summer, students will have an unlimited number of times that they can enter the Dining Hall for a meal.
The Business Office will send a bill for summer school in late April. This bill may or may not have charged you for your room. If not, you will receive a separate bill later on.
Residents are expected to follow the policies and procedures outlined in The Hornet student handbook.
Please note that summer school housing is only available for students through the last summer school session. After that time, students are expected to move out until fall semester. Early arrival into fall housing assignment is not permitted.
Summer School Session 1
- Students will remain in their academic residence through the first week of summer school classes.
- Check-in: Saturday, May 14. The Office of Residence Life will communicate check-in times and locations.
- Check-out: Saturday, May 28 by 12 p.m.
Summer School Session II and III
- Check-in: On Sunday prior to each session. The Office of Residence Life will communicate check-in times and locations.
- Check-out: On Saturday by 12 p.m. following the end of each session.
Late registration fee $5.
Tuition and other fees may be subject to change by the Board of Trustees at its discretion.