We understand the strain that financing a college education puts on today’s families. As a result we offer our best package to students considering merit and financial need.
Lynchburg College provides more than $40 million in grants and scholarships and ninety-eight percent (98%) of all LC students receive some form of financial assistance. Freshman who complete the FAFSA and demonstrate need on average receive around $31,000.
2016-2017 Undergraduate Cost
$45,940 – 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.
- Net price calculator: find out how much you’ll pay
- Tuition & fees: see a full breakdown of costs
- Cost of attendance
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.
|September 1||Use the net price calculator to estimate your costs|
|October 1||Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at fafsa.gov. LC’s school code: 003720. Request FSA ID for electronic signature on the FAFSA at https://fsaid.ed.gov.|
|November 1||Preferred FAFSA filing date for students who apply Early Decision (admission deadline November 15) or who plan to participate in a Fall Scholarship Competition (application deadline October 15)|
|February 1||Preferred FAFSA filing date for freshmen and transfers who did not apply Early Decision or participate in a November Scholarship Competition Day.
Preferred filing deadline for the FAFSA for returning, graduate and Access (adult) students.
Apply for outside scholarships at fastweb.com.
|May 1||Reservation and contingency deposit deadline|
|July 31||Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant deadline. Application (for Virginia residents only)|