Tuition & Aid
Wondering how you will pay for college? FLBC partners with alumni, congregations, and generous individuals who want you to receive a Bible College education without going into debt to pay for it. We don't accept government funding through FAFSA. Instead, students benefit from a condensed class schedule, part time employment, merit based scholarships, and FLBC sponsored financial aid. It's not free, but more than worth the investment.
A head start for every student
The total approximate cost of tuition, room, board, and fees for each student attending FLBC in 2023-24 is $33,000. Congregations and friends have generously given over $1.4 million to reduce student charges which equates to an approximately $13,000 grant per student.
This means students never see the full cost on their bill. Students are only responsible for approximately $20,000, which includes tuition, room, board, and fees. Use the net price calculator below to see how additional aid, scholarships, and part time employment can further reduce your student bill.
Need-based Financial Aid
Priority Deadline: April 3, 2023
Final Deadline: July 30, 2023
Notice: No information is shared with any government entity—even if some common language is employed. FLBC has no connection to or involvement with FAFSA.
Final Deadline: April 3, 2023
FLBC offers scholarships for students who demonstrate achievement in academics and music. 1st year students may also qualify for the 1966-1970 Alumni Legacy Scholarship. 2nd year students can also apply for the half tuition Thorpe Scholarship for Leadership Development.
A down payment of $5,500 is required by August 15 of year enrolled. Students choose their payment plan during registration and may arrange to adjust it through our Finance Coordinator. Please see our Financial Planning Sheet for more details, or email the finance coordinator with any questions about student accounts.