Lynchburg College

by: Autumn Watkins

Things needed to complete application:

 Official high school transcripts, Official SAT or ACT scores,and Send all test results. The highest Critical Reading and Math Scores (SAT) are used for admission and scholarship decisions. $30 application fee (for paper applications only)  Tuition: Full-time traditional-age undergraduate $16,310 (semester) $32,620 (year) Location:  1501 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501

Financial aid:

  Many students are awarded scholarships from Lynchburg College. By filing a FAFSA, you can find out what kinds of need-based aid you qualify for. The Annual Scholarship Competition recognizes the achievements of incoming students who excel in the Lynchburg College traditions of scholarship, leadership, and community service. You must be a traditional-age, incoming freshman, admitted to the College and complete the competition application in order to be considered for the competition. The competition is by invitation only. The scholarships reward Is up to 5 thousand dollars and are as low as 1 thousand. Scholarships are renewable for each year of study when the required GPA is maintained. These scholarships are in addition to any academic awards for which you may qualify at the time of admission. To apply to be considered for the competition, students need to fill out the Annual Scholarship Competition application. You will be notified via email if you are invited to compete.

Other important info.

Department you work with:  family nurse practioner.  Degree you earn/need: bachelor. Sports or other activities: Some fall sports include flag football tennis sand volleyball and much more.  Spring leagues include dodge ball volleyball floor hock and a lot more.Interesting links: spiritual organizations on campus, Club & Organization Directory,. Other:  Spiritual life here is expressed through community worship, special services during the year, volunteering opportunities, and peace and justice activities. At the Spiritual Life Center, we provide services and support for the spiritual needs of all students. We are located at 500 Brevard, behind Schewel Hall. Find us on the campus map: Spiritual Life Center