2023-24 Net Price CalculatorHow much does it cost to attend FLBC?AFLC Congregational GrantAn equal share for each student from general gifts to FLBC from congregations/supporters of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. This number is fixed by February 1 of each year.Billed amount for tuition, room, board, and feesBefore scholarships and financial aidFLBC Financial AidFLBC does not participate in Federal or State Financial Aid programs. Apply here for FLBC sponsored aid, based on financial need.Merit-based scholarships from FLBCFLBC offers merit based awards for leadership, music, and academic achievement. Learn more. The final deadline to apply for merit-based scholarships towards the 2023-24 academic year was April 3. The scholarship application for 2024-25 will open soon.Cost after scholarships and aidHow am I going to pay for college?Congregational supportMany congregations give scholarships to students who attend FLBC, ranging from $250-$10,000 per year.Scholarships from outside FLBCScholarships from other sources do not diminish access to internal FLBC scholarships, and are particularly helpful for the first year's down payment.Parental/personal savingsEducational Savings Accounts or 529s may be used to pay for FLBC, and college tuition for FLBC is deductible. Contact your financial advisor for more information.Employer scholarshipsCheck if your employer provides tuition reimbursement.Part-time work during the school yearClasses at FLBC take place in the morning, leaving students time to work a part time job. Students who work 20 hrs/week earn $8,400 over the course of the school year. (Based on 30 weeks and $14/hr net pay).Summer jobStudents working 30 hours per week for 10 weeks at $14/hr net pay would make $4,200.Net Price Per YearThis estimate does not represent a final determination or actual offer of financial assistance. The cost of attendance and financial aid availability may change. This estimate shall not be binding.