There are three basic types of financial aid offered by the University of Lynchburg:
- Federal, State and University of Lynchburg grants
- Federal Direct and Perkins loans
- Federal work study or campus work program (Student Employment)
The application process is the same for all three types of financial aid. Simply fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and we’ll figure out your eligibility.
Note (July 2018): When completing the FAFSA and StudentLoans.gov requirements, the University of Lynchburg is still temporarily listed as Lynchburg College (003720).
Every year the Office of Admission awards merit-based scholarships to applicants. Take note that a few University of Lynchburg scholarships require separate applications and letters of recommendation. Learn more about scholarships.
Scholarships, grants, loans, and student employment are all considered financial aid. Scholarships and grants are sometimes referred to as “gift aid” or “free money.” However, because loans must be repaid and student employment must be earned, they are sometimes referred to as “self-help.” Typically, applicants are offered a financial aid package consisting of a combination of awards from various types of aid programs.
There are several good reasons to work while attending University of Lynchburg—not only during the summer but also part-time during the academic year. One important advantage: you can minimize borrowing by earning money for your college expenses. Another is that you’ll acquire skills and valuable experience.