Learn how to apply for aid and available grants.
Evaluate your loan options and discover scholarship opportunities.
97% of all undergraduate students receive financial aid.
Estimated annual costs for a first-time traditional undergraduate student (2020-21):
*Tuition and fees vary from student to student and depend on enrollment date. Other college costs including books and supplies, transportation, room/board package and personal expenses should also be considered in the cost of attending college.
Use our Net Price Calculator to determine your financial aid and tuition fees.
If you’re like most of our students, you’ll have to seek financial aid. The LBC Financial Aid Office can help.
Together, we’ll explore which funding sources match your eligibility and need. We’ll also help you complete all the necessary paperwork and answer any questions you may have. We’re here to put your financial worries to rest.
You should know LBC is a great value compared to many other accredited Christian and secular independent colleges. We keep tuition costs below the national average, while delivering a purposeful, Bible-centered education. Above all, have faith. You can afford it!
Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after October 1. Lancaster Bible College’s federal school code is 003285.
Submit Your FAFSA
There are many grants available to undergraduate students. Start your financial aid search by exploring grants first – these don’t have to be repaid. Please read the description of each to find out if you are eligible and how to apply. Email LBC’s Financial Aid Office if you need to speak with a financial aid specialist.
There are several types of scholarships available for new, incoming students and continuing students. Most require that students maintain a certain GPA and good standing with the college.
www.fastweb.com is a free scholarship search engine that matches as student’s personal data to eligible scholarships by scanning a pool of thousands of scholarships nationwide. Your high school guidance counselor is also a wonderful source of information regarding scholarships you may qualify for.
Because grants and scholarships are limited, many students must rely on loans to cover at least some portion of college costs. Accelerated Undergraduate students may borrow money for education. In fact, approximately 80% of LBC’s aid recipients borrow educational loans.
The following steps represent borrowing options, beginning with the best value and proceeding to other, less favorable loan options based on interest rates, loan terms and conditions, and repayment options. These loan options may be used alone or in combination with each other.
LBC is committed to providing students and their families with the best information regarding student borrowing. For that reason, we have adopted a Student Lending Code of Conduct.
LBC is pleased to be a participant in the Post 9/11 GI Bill® Yellow Ribbon Program. The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008. To learn more about using your military benefits at Lancaster Bible College use this link.
LBC has many campus jobs available, funded through the Federal Work Study program. It’s a great way to earn money during the course of the semester to help offset text book costs and living expenses.
Federal Work-Study is a student financial aid program for eligible undergraduate students with high financial need.
As with all aid programs, work-study recipients must maintain federal student aid eligibility requirements.
The LBC financial aid office is here to assist you throughout the entire application process.
Before we can identify potential funding sources for you, you have to meet these requirements.