Leaders at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School know that students of all ages and their families have been hit hard by the nearly yearlong pandemic that has impacted the globe. From lost jobs, cut hours and a fluctuating stock market, financial concerns are very real.
That’s why LBC | Capital is announcing a tuition freeze through the 2021-22 academic year.
“We know the challenges of 2020 have impacted many students and their families,” said LBC | Capital Director of Admissions Jared Yoder. “We don’t want fears or reservations about rising tuition over the next year or so to be a hindrance for any students to continue their educational journey at LBC | Capital.”
Considering that tuition increases at a rate of 3% annually on average nationwide, LBC | Capital’s current tuition freeze, meaning no increase in tuition costs, is welcome news. The college has also continued to offer additional scholarships each year. In fact, in the previous academic year (2019-20), scholarships increased 5% to about $465,000.