Current tuition and fees information for the School of Divinity is found on Liberty University's Financial Aid pages. In certain courses, fees will be charged in addition to tuition. This will be noted in each semester’s posting on ASIST.
Liberty's Financial Aid Office can walk you through the Six Steps for Financial Aid to ensure that you get the most aid possible. For helpful information on locating scholarships outside the university, take advantage of materials offered by the Student Advocate Office in Scholarship Search 101. Logos Bible Software offers a one-time seminary scholarship each quarter.
The Financial Aid office can also help with other forms of aid, such as Corporate Tuition Assistance, a program in which the student's employer pays a portion of the tuition, or with Federal Loan information. Graduate students are welcome to apply for Federal Work Study as another way to help pay for their education costs.
The Military Affairs Office can help veterans and active duty military and their spouses with tuition assistance including grants and scholarships.