- General graduate admission requirements
- Specific requirements for the following programs:
Students can obtain a meal plan for the academic year, which varies in cost depending upon the number of weekly meals on the plan. There also are meal plans available for students living off campus. Some graduate assistantships include both housing and a meal plan.
International students are encouraged to begin the process of getting a student visa well in advance of the projected time of enrollment.
Please also note that the University of Lynchburg will need verification that the coursework you have completed at the undergraduate level is equivalent to a bachelor’s degree program in the United States. For more information about graduate studies for international students, visit the graduate international students page.
Students must complete their degree program in six years. The majority of part-time master’s degree students complete their degrees in three years. More information is available from the Office of Graduate Studies, including a four-year projection for the schedule of courses. The DPT and EdD programs are three-year, full-time, cohort programs.
In the summer, Lynchburg offers a series of three- and six-week classes. Three-week classes typically meet 2.5 to 3.0 hours per day, either in the mornings or in the late afternoons. Six-week classes typically meet twice a week in the late afternoons or early evenings. The DPT, MSAT, and MPAM schedules reflect full-time (daily) attendance.