For undergraduate tuition, see www.lynchburg.edu/tuition-fees.
|Graduate 2019-20 Rates Per Semester Hour|
|Master of Criminal Justice Leadership||$540|
|Master of Nonprofit Leadership Studies||$540|
|Master of Public Health||$540|
|Master of Science in Athletic Training||$685|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)||$685|
|Master of Health Benefits Design||$685|
|EdD in Leadership Studies||$685|
|Cybersecurity Certificate Program||$685|
|Doctor of Physical Therapy 2019-20 Rates|
|Summer term 2018||$5,750|
|Master of Physician Assistant Medicine 2019-20 Rates|
|Doctor of Medical Science|
|Cost of complete program||$25,049|
General Technology Fee
$5.10 per credit hour during fall and spring terms for part-time students and a $60 comprehensive technology fee for full-time students enrolled in the following graduate programs: MA, MBA, MSN, MEd, MCJL, MNLS, MPH, EdD, DPT, and PA. Fees are used to purchase or upgrade computers for classrooms and computer labs as well as for the cost of operating the computer labs. DPT and PA students are also charged the $60 comprehensive technology fee during the summer term.
Students may purchase a parking decal ($25) for the academic year by visiting the Campus Information Desk on the first floor of Hall Campus Center.
Methods of payment include cash or check payable to University of Lynchburg as well as MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Discover credit cards.
Credit card payments can be made online or in person at the Cashier’s Office window, 4th floor, Hall Campus Center between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.
Payments can be mailed to the Business Office, c/o University of Lynchburg, 1501 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501.
Students receiving tuition support from employers should complete the related form with the Business Office. The form below is required each semester that this payment option is utilized.
The Business & Finance section of the website provides information on billing, withdrawal, and refunds.
Payment Is Due
- Summer terms: Upon registration
- Fall semester: August 1
- Spring semester: January 2
Failure to satisfy financial obligations will result in interest charges of 1.5% per month and may result in denial of class attendance, grade transcripts, diplomas, and re-enrollment.