Are you a parent or guardian of a traditional undergraduate student at Lancaster Bible College? You may qualify for our Parent Scholarship! Here’s how the tuition award works:
For Accelerated Undergraduate Programs & Online Undergraduate Programs:
- $500 off per course for the first traditional undergraduate student enrolled; $200 additional off per course if there is a second enrolled student; $100 additional off per course if there is a third enrolled student. For example: if parent has 2 children enrolled, the scholarship will be $700 per course. (Students enrolled in Jump Start and/or First Lap not applicable).
For Graduate and Seminary Programs (Master’s Level Only**):
- $500 off per course for each traditional undergraduate student enrolled for a maximum of three children (Students enrolled in Jump Start and/or First Lap not applicable). For example: if parent has 2 children enrolled, the scholarship will be $1,000 per course.
The scholarships will be applied after any federal/state grants are applied, not to exceed full tuition coverage, and parents must submit FAFSA for undergraduate programs to determine eligibility for federal/state grants. Additionally, at least one party (either the parent or student) must be a new student in order for the scholarship to be applied.
Exploring the Associates, Bachelors & Masters Programs Applicable to the Parent Scholarship
Lancaster Bible College’s adult education programs – including on campus options for those looking to earn a bachelor’s degree and the fully online undergraduate degrees – are an excellent fit for parents who the need the flexibility to complete their degree on their schedule. The on campus or on location options are offered at our main campus in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, our location in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and our location in Washington, D.C.
The graduate and seminary programs available at LBC | Capital cross a wide variety of disciplines, from counseling to ministry and leadership. These programs are offered in a blended format, meaning most of the content is delivered online with a week or two in-person class time with each class.