We’re thrilled that you want to become a Lynchburg student! Applying is easy, and free when you apply online.
For freshmen, transfer, Access students or for readmission
Application Process and Deadlines for:
High school seniors or high school graduates with little or no college work
- Transfer students or Transfer students seeking a nursing degree
High school graduates in the process of completing 12 or more college credits
- International applicants
International students seeking freshman or transfer status
- Access (adult) applicants
Students who are 25 years of age or older, with or without college credits
- Second degree applicants or Students seeking a second degree in nursing
Students who have completed one (or more) bachelor’s degrees and would like to pursue an additional undergraduate degree
- Readmission candidates
Students who previously attended Lynchburg College and are seeking to re-enroll
- Lynchburg College and Central Virginia Community College dual enrollment applicants
Students who are applying as a part of the Central Virginia Community College and Lynchburg College Dual Enrollment program
- Non-degree applicants
Students who wish to enroll in classes, but not obtain a degree from Lynchburg College
- Graduate applicants
Students who wish to apply to a master’s or doctoral program
Our Acceptance Policy
Lynchburg College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin. An annual LC security report is available upon request from the Enrollment Office and describes campus safety practices, crime statistics, reporting, and prevention education, as well as policies and education programs on alcohol, illegal drugs, and sexual assault.
Final Transcripts & Grades
All applications are carefully reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Accepted applicants will be expected to provide Lynchburg College with official final transcripts. All admission decisions will be confirmed by final grades. Accepted applicants are expected to maintain satisfactory academic performance throughout their final semester.