Lipscomb believes in the value of the education we offer. That’s why we strive to ensure that costs are not a barrier for students or their families.
You have ambition and potential that should never be limited by the cost of a great education. That's why we're here—to ensure that you have the resources you need to earn a degree at Lipscomb. We help students maximize all their financial opportunities as well as understand the options that are available. We offer a variety of Lipscomb scholarships and federal aid, including grants, federal work study and loans.
We're proud of the fact that we've been listed as a top school for return on investment and that our student debt at graduation is below average. When you choose to attend our premier Christian university, you are making a major investment in your future.
Because of my scholarship, I am getting the education that not only fortifies my mind but my relationship with Christ. — Haley, engineering student
Financial aid is defined as any loan, part-time employment, grant or scholarship offered for the purpose of helping you pay for educationally-related expenses. This aid can be provided by federal, state, institutional or private agencies, and you can be offered any number of combinations of these types of aid.
A world of options.
Whether you’re applying for scholarships, grants, loans or even a part-time job to help you pay for college, we can help! Explore all the resources we have available that will make it easier for you to find viable financial aid options for your unique situation. Plus, check to see which Lipscomb-sponsored scholarships you’re eligible for.Types of Aid
Know the numbers
We know the importance of planning for your future, and we want to help you figure out your steps to affording an education at Lipscomb. Learn more about the typical fees for students and explore the options available to you.Tuition and Costs
Lipscomb offers financial aid to hundreds of students every year. In just a few steps you can apply for scholarships, grants, and other forms of aid that will help you get the education you deserve.Applying for Aid