Graduate Tuition & Costs
Do More with a Graduate Degree
When you’re ready to invest in your career (and yourself) with a graduate degree, and LVC is with you every step of the way. Learn about our graduate tuition costs and explore grant and scholarship opportunities below.
For many of our programs, you can pay per term based on the number of courses you take, spreading out your investment over time.
LVC’s tuition costs are for basic tuition and do not include books, course materials, or lab costs. Total costs are estimates, depending on your academic path. Tuition may be adjusted annually.
Graduate Business Programs
Graduate Education Programs
Graduate Social Sciences & Psychology Programs
Graduate Exercise Science Programs
Full-Time Health Professions Students
The Doctor of Physical Therapy, Master of Athletic Training, and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology degrees require full-time and part-time tuition. Part-time enrollment typically occurs in summer. Students who enroll in fewer than nine credits in a semester will be billed at the part-time per-credit rate. Certain courses charge additional fees such as lab fees. The charge is assessed at the time of registration for that course.
Health Professions Tuition & Fees
Scholarships, Grants, & Fellowships
LVC provides scholarships for graduate students to help you afford your advanced education (for eligible students). We also offer fellowships and assistantships, both of which provide financial assistance and career experience.
Graduate Student Financial Aid
In order to apply for graduate student loans, you must be registered for a minimum of 4.5 credits per semester and complete the FAFSA, which has a priority deadline of March 1. For financial aid purposes, graduate students are considered independent, so parental information is not required on the FAFSA.