LUTAG Students On Libertys Campus

Discover the University That’s Here for Virginians

With today’s uncertainty and the need for stability, you need a college plan for the fall you can count on. These challenging times have shown the importance of a degree, and online education options offer the comfort and flexibility many need. But with state grants for certain new students pursuing online education options going away this fall, Virginians like you might be wondering how you’ll afford your degree now.

There’s a lot at stake.

That’s why Liberty University is stepping in. We’ll replace lost VTAG funding for all students (including incoming transfers) and help you get the degree you need to get ahead — affordably. Join the thousands of Virginians using online resources to pursue an education this fall and get ahead for less.

We’ve got this, Virginia.

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Liberty’s LUTAG fills in the gaps left by VTAG — and covers programs state funding left behind.

So, if you are a Virginia resident and:

Starting your full-time education at Liberty and lost VTAG eligibility…


You’ll receive up to $3,400 through LUTAG as an undergraduate ($1,300 for fall, $1,300 for spring, and $800 for summer)
OR
Receive up to $1,700 through LUTAG for certain graduate students ($700 for fall, $700 for spring, and $300 for summer).

Are a First Responder or Member of the Military Community…


You can combine the LUTAG award with our 25% First Responder discount,
Combine the LUTAG award with our low military rates,
OR
Combine all three if you qualify.

You simply won’t find a more affordable private education in Virginia.

Virginia Residents

Standard Cost Per Credit

You Pay

You Save

Undergraduate (UG) Student
$390$28228%
UG Military Student
$250$14243%
UG Student, Military, and First Responder
$188$7958%
Eligible Graduate Student
$565$48814%
Eligible Graduate Military Student
$275$19828%
Doctoral Student
$595$47919%


In order to qualify for LUTAG, students must be enrolled full-time at Liberty (minimum of 12 credits for undergraduate, 9 credits for master’s, and 6 credits for doctoral students per semester).

Terms and conditions apply.

Our 8-week courses allow you to fit twice as many classes into a 16-week semester, and our Spring semester starts on Jan. 18, 2021 (other spring start dates are Feb. 15 and Mar. 22). Take back control of your future and apply now!