College is an Investment
As much as degree programs or campus culture play a part in deciding which school is right for your son or daughter, cost is also a big factor.
At Liberty University, we believe everyone should have an equal opportunity to pursue higher education, and it’s our job to keep private education affordable for you.
That’s why 96% of Liberty students receive financial aid.
And it’s why we don’t stop working to develop new financial solutions for families — like refusing to raise tuition or room and board costs for the 2019-20 school year.
Or being the first the first university in the U.S. — public or private — to design a financial assistance program that funds the difference for students who don’t receive a full federal Pell Grant.*
Learn more about college costs, financial aid, and how Liberty can help you develop a plan to conquer the cost factor.
Net Price Calculator
A net price is how much you’ll pay for college in a single academic year AFTER scholarship and grant money is subtracted. When you enter your information into our net price calculator, it will tell you how much students like yours paid to attend Liberty last year, after taking financial aid into account.
College Cost Breakdown
Knowing up-front what you’re paying for and why can go a long way toward making you feel comfortable about your investment.
What kinds of financial aid can I qualify for?
Scholarships, grants, loans — because Liberty’s mission is Training Champions for Christ, we work hard to find financial solutions that offer you the best education for the most affordable price.
Learn more about the many ways a Liberty education can be an affordable one for you.
Are there any perks to being in-state?
If you live in Virginia, you already know everything the Commonwealth has to offer — from mountains, beaches, and historical monuments to big cities, small towns, sophistication, and down-home hospitality. It has a little bit of everything. It’s home.
And if Liberty becomes your college home, you’ll qualify for at least $1,500 per year just for being a Virginia resident.