Tuition and Aid

Because of generous donors (such as alumni, financial supporters, and congregations), each student at FLBC essentially receives a $9,000 grant per year, reducing the amount students are responsible for paying to approximately $12,500 per year. This amount includes tuition, room, board, and other necessary fees. 

Either the full semester amount or the minimum down payment of $3,900 is due by August 15*. Payment plans may be arranged with the FLBC Student Accounts Manager. For more details on costs and payments, please refer to the FLBC Financial Planning Sheet.

*Students registering after August 15 should pay the minimum deposit at the time of registration. If you have any concerns about the minimum deposit contact the Student Accounts Manager –

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2019 – 2021 Totals

  • 2019-20 – $12,530*
  • 2020-21 – $12,880**
  • 2021-22 – $13,280**

* Actual cost for 2019-20
** Estimated cost, based on projected increases. Costs are released during the second quarter of each calendar year.

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How Students Pay

A Typical Example

Part-Time Employment

FLBC classes are scheduled from 8am–12:30pm each day, leaving afternoons and evenings open for part-time employment. FLBC students have maintained a great reputation among local employers and many of them recruit FLBC students year after year. A student working 20 hours/week at $13.50/hour would make about $6,000/year* after taxes.

FLBC Scholarships and Financial Aid

Incoming and current students can apply for FLBC financial aid and multiple scholarships. For the 2019–20 school year, students received an average of $1,500 in scholarships and financial aid.

Church Scholarship

Many students receive scholarship support from their home congregations. Among the students who receive support from their church, the average amount is $2,000 per student.

Other Sources

This example leaves a remainder of $3,000 for the student to pay from other sources. These often include other scholarships, gifts from family, savings, etc.

*26 weeks per year, factoring in breaks

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Scholarships and Aid

There are several different types of scholarships for which incoming and current FLBC students can apply for the 2020-21 school year: Academic, Financial Aid, Music, Leadership Development, and Family in Ministry Scholarships. You can apply for more than one of these scholarship categories. Please read through the requirements and descriptions of these scholarships and apply for those you are interested/qualified in receiving. All applicants must fill out the first portion of this application.