Full-time Students, Undergraduate

The charges for full-time students for 2018–2019 are:

  Resident Commuter
Tuition and fees $43,650 $43,530
Room and board $11,860 $0
Total $55,510 $43,530


The annual costs are generally divided into two payments: one for each semester.

In addition, students should anticipate other expenses for books, transportation, and personal and miscellaneous educational items. Those expenses are estimated to be approximately $3,682 for resident students, $10,932 for students living off campus, and $6,682 for commuting students living with their parents. These estimated costs are included in the cost of attendance when determining eligibility for financial aid.

Visit meal plans and housing options for more detailed information about these costs. For physical therapy admission information and tuition, please visit here.

For more information about financing options, new student financial aid checklist, and the terms and conditions of accepting aid, please see the Financial Aid Information Packet.

You may also view details about Federal Student Loans, Plus Loans, and Student Alternative Loans.

Part-time and Graduate Students (MBA, MME, MSSE) 

2017-18 Semester Fees***

Part-time undergraduate: Day $675/credit hour*
Part-time undergraduate: Evening/Weekend $535/credit hour*
Part-time undergraduate: Summer 2017 $485/credit hour*
Part-time undergraduate: physical therapy, Summer 2018: PHT 511, also includes a THIEME lab fee, 2018 price TBD $675/credit hour*
Post-baccalaureate certificate $618/credit hour
MBA $660/credit hour
MSSE $618/credit hour
MME $618/credit hour 
Physical therapy graduate  $884/credit hour
Private Music Instruction

$702/credit hour part-time undergraduate; $769/credit hour part-time graduate

Laboratory fee  $60/lab course
Auditing Fees charged at part-time rate (as listed above)

LVC alumni, high school students, senior citizens (age 62 or older)

$337.50/credit hour**

*12 or more credit hours per semester constitute full-time undergraduate status and are charged at the full-time rate.

**Discounted tuition rates apply for all part-time courses (day, evening, and weekend) except graduate courses, individual music instruction, independent study, internships, and physical therapy courses.

***2017-2018 Current Semester Fees are effective with courses scheduled in the fall 2017 semester.


Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Graduate Level

The following costs are for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Tuition $46,630
Fees $1,110

Financial Aid Eligibility

  • Students must complete the FAFSA by March 1. For financial aid purposes, students are now considered to be independent - no parental information is needed on the FAFSA.
  • Since the first bachelor's degree has been earned, students are no longer eligible to receive federal, state, or institutional grants and scholarships.
  • Students who complete the financial aid application process will be awarded a physical therapy grant equal to one-third of the graduation tuition rate. For 2017-2018, the amount is $15,543.
  • Federal Direct Stafford Loan eligibility increases to a maximum of $20,500 per year.
  • Since July 1, 2012, graduate students are no longer eligible for subsidized loans. The full $20,500 will be unsubsidized which means interests will accrue during all periods (during enrollment, grace period and repayment).
  • After the full Direct Stafford eligibility has been exhausted, students may apply for a credit-based Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan. 4.276 origination (up front) fee, fixed interest rate of 7.0%, and no payments required while in school at least half-time.
  • Students may also borrow through a student alternative loan.


Special Fees

Change of registration $25
Late registration $25
Challenge exam $150/exam
Experiential credit review $150/review
Late payment fee $200
Senior citizen audit fee $35/credit
Returned check fee $20


Financial Aid By the Numbers


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Average Financial Aid Package for Incoming Class


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Total Scholarship & Aid Expenditures for Incoming Class

Financial aid was a big factor when I was shopping for colleges. I was choosing between two schools that were completely different from one another—LVC and a public university in Pennsylvania. When my father and I calculated the costs, we found that both schools came out to be the same price, even with the higher sticker price for LVC.

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