Private education, public cost.
We’re committed to making the University of Lynchburg affordable for you.
$22,140: the average cost a freshman pays at the University of Lynchburg
That means a highly ranked, personalized, private education is just as affordable as many state colleges or universities.
- All freshmen receive merit scholarships of $20,000 to $24,000 per year. We want to reward you for your high school performance.
- Scholarship Days with awards of up to $5,000 per year. Participate in a Scholarship Day and receive an additional award for academics, leadership, or visual or performing arts.
- Grants, federal aid, and other sources: VTAG (Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant) estimated at $3,400 per year for Virginia residents.
We’ve helped thousands of students achieve a Lynchburg degree! We can help you, too.
Your Financial Aid Calendar
|September 1||Use the net price calculator to estimate your costs|
|October 1||The 2020-21 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at fafsa.gov. Lynchburg’s school code is 003720.|
|October 15||Apply for our fall academic, leadership, or visual and performing arts scholarship days.|
||Admitted students: watch for your financial aid award offer.|
||Apply for our spring academic, leadership, or visual and performing arts scholarship days if you did not apply in the fall.|
|May 1||Decision Day! Pay your reservation deposit online.|
|July 31||Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG) application deadline — for Virginia residents only.|
2021-2022 tuition, room, board, fees and scholarship awards will be announced in October following our Board of Trustee meeting.