Financial Aid

College is expensive, but there are a lot of ways to make it affordable! As many as 98% of LC students benefit from some type of financial assistance.

The information in this section is primarily intended for undergraduate students. Various forms of financial aid are also available to graduate students. See graduate financial aid.

2015-2016 Undergraduate Cost

$44,345 - the full price (before scholarships or aid) for tuition, fees, room, and board costs for a residential student who selects the base meal plan and lives in a traditional residence hall.

How Will You Pay for College?

Many students are awarded scholarships from Lynchburg College. By filing a FAFSA, you can find out what kinds of need-based aid you qualify for. And there are other scholarships, grants, and loans to consider.

Timeline

September 1 Use the net price calculator to estimate your costs.
January 1 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at fafsa.gov. LC’s school code: 003720. Request PIN for electronic signature on the FAFSA at pin.ed.gov.
February 1 Apply for outside scholarships at fastweb.com.
April 1 Preferred filing deadline for the FAFSA for returning, graduate and Access (adult) students.
May 1 Reservation and contingency deposit deadline
July 31 Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant deadline. Application (for Virginia residents only).