LU introduces flat-rate tuition

LU journalism students in a JOU 300 broadcast regulations class.

By Amoni Lewis

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Beginning in fall 2020 Lincoln University is offering flat-rate tuition to undergraduate students enrolled in 12 to 18 credit hours. Flat-rate tuition only applies to fall and spring semesters. For summer semesters, students will be billed tuition at per credit hour.

All undergraduate, in-state students enrolling in 12 to 18 credit hours will pay a flat-rate tuition of $3,273.75. All undergraduate, out-of-state students enrolling in 12 to 18 credit hours will pay a flat-rate tuition of $6,675. This is an advantage for undergraduate students wishing to take a full load of 18 hours in the fall and/or spring.

Flat-rate tuition can reduce the time it takes to graduate and may reduce total educational costs. Undergraduate students can take more semester course hours and not have to worry about an additional amount. Flat-rate tuition does not apply to Blue Tiger Academy, graduate school, senior citizen programs, dual-credit coursework, Fort Leonard Wood programs, or others not listed.

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