|Undergraduate tuition (per credit hour)||$555|
|Graduate tuition (per credit hour)
for arts, education and science programs
|Tuition, audit (per credit hour)||$277.50|
Note: Tuition rates for the EdD, MBA, and DPT programs will be posted separately.
Summer On-campus Housing
Students taking residential-based classes or working in the Lynchburg area are eligible to reside on campus during the period of their course(s) or work commitments. Additionally, students that have extenuating circumstances may apply to reside on campus with special considerations
To apply to reside on campus during the summer, students will need to log into their Housing Portal through myLynchburg and complete the Summer Housing Application (listed under “Applications”).
Students approved to reside on campus during the summer will be placed in Hundley Hall.
Check-in for students approved to reside on campus for the duration of the summer or for the first summer school session will pick up their key at Campus Safety and Security on Saturday, May 29, 2021. Students will be approved to remain in their current on-campus housing assignment for the first week of the summer (May 22, 2021 to May 29, 2021).
Check-in for sessions two and three will occur the Sunday before classes start: June 14, 2021, and July 4, 2021.
|Per Summer School Session||$460|
We will make every attempt to place students in private bedrooms, based on summer housing capacity. However, this is not guaranteed. If students must be placed in double rooms, the priority for single room options will be given to students approved to remain on campus for longer periods of time.
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 through the last summer school session. After that time, summer school students are expected to move out until the fall semester. Early arrival into fall housing assignment is not permitted.
Summer School Session 1
- Check-in: Saturday, May 16. Students will pick up their room keys from Campus Safety and Security.
- Check-out: Saturday, June 6, by noon
Summer School Session II and III
- Check-in: On Sunday prior to each session. The Office of Housing and Residence Life will communicate check-in times and locations.
- Check-out: On Saturday, by noon, 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.