Full-Time Student Tuition
*Each class is $549 each
Part-time Student Tuition
*Enhanced Classes Tuition – $99 extra per class (full year)
A part-time student is one who enrolls in only select LUOA courses. Part-time students are required to take an entrance assessment exam to evaluate student skill levels in English and Math. The part-time option is provided for students who are homeschooled or enrolled in another school but need a few specific courses to supplement their education.
Dual Enrollment Course Tuition
*Discounts do not apply to part-time students
*Discounts also do not apply to any dual enrollment courses
*Discount requires documentation to be submitted to the Office of Liberty University Online Academy by fax: (866) 418-8730 or email: LUOAdocuments@liberty.edu. Please inquire with a Liberty University Online Academy Admissions Counselor or Academic Advisor about specific discount rates.
*When offered, the Early Enrollment Discount only applies to the tuition on the courses for which a student is registered at the time discount is awarded.
Students who graduate from LUOA are awarded a 15% discount towards Liberty University Online tuition. This discount will be awarded by Liberty University Online upon receiving the final transcript from LUOA. The 15% discount can only be applied towards tuition and cannot be applied to book or technology fees.
Interest-free, monthly payment plans are available for Liberty University Online Academy tuition charges in 5 or 10-month plans. LUOA offers 5 and 10-month payment plan options at a $45 non-refundable fee. We will withdraw the interest-free charges monthly for the duration of your plan.
With the exception of Dual Enrollment courses, LUOA courses do not require textbooks; however, some courses do require access to additional supplies or books that we do not provide. Please be sure to review the reading and supply list for each course upon enrollment.
LUOA Withdrawal Policy
The Liberty University Online Academy withdrawal types are listed below:
Withdrawal Refund for Dual Enrollment Students