Tuition and Fees – Undergraduate
While the thought of paying for higher education can be overwhelming, LCU is committed to keeping costs low and value high in order to honor the financial investment students and families make in pursuit of a university education and degree.
Our price point and financial aid packages make an LCU education one of the most cost-effective four-year institutions in the entire Midwest.
Below, you’ll see the breakdown of the tuition and other institutional costs for students at LCU.
This table and included information is intended to provide a broad overview of the costs associated with attending LCU. Each student’s financial ledger will differ, especially based on aid applied and credit hours enrolled. For a complete list of associated fees (LCU has no annual fees), visit the Costs and Financial Aid section of the undergraduate catalog.
|LCU Traditional Undergraduate Direct Costs|
billed per term on student ledger (1)
|Fall 2022||Spring 2023||Annual|
|Tuition (15 credit hours)||$7,410||$7,410||$14,820|
|Average Apartment Rent (for one person)||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Estimated Scholarships and Financial Aid
|Average institutional scholarship package||$2,964|
|Federal student loans (2)||$5,500|
|Average state and federal grants (for those who apply and are awarded)||$4,775|
|Total estimated aid||$13,239|
*Textbook costs vary according to the course schedule of each student. LCU encourages its students to search for the best textbook prices online, buy or borrow used books, or trade with fellow students.
(1) The allowed federal student loan amount increases to $6,500 sophomore year and to $7,500 junior and senior year