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Tuition & Fees

Life University
Tuition & Fees


Life University is a private institution and has the same tuition for all students, whether they have in-state or out-of-state residency.

Program Tuition Per Credit Hour *Tuition Per Year **Tuition Per Standard Program Length

Undergraduate

$237.00 $10,665.00 $42,660.00

Graduate

$270.00 $9,720.00 $19,440.00

Chiropractic

$353.00 $30,181.50 $120,726.00

*Tuition per year are based on a three-quarter academic year for both Undergraduate and Graduate degree programs. Quarterly fees are $350.00 for every program and are not calculated into the tuition cost above.

**Tuition per standard program length is based on four years needed for completion for Undergraduate degree programs and two years needed for completion for Graduate degree programs. Tuition per standard program length for the Doctor of Chiropractic program is more precise, as it is based on the number of credit hours needed to complete the degree (342) multiplied by the $353 tuition per credit hour rate. Lengths of completion for all of these programs can vary, depending on a student’s course load per quarter/year.

To calculate your potential cost of attendance, click here.

Quarterly Cost of Attendance (COA) 2017-2018


Cost of Attendance is an estimate of the total amount it will cost you to go to school for an academic period. Cost of attendance includes tuition and fees, room and board or living expenses, allowances for books, supplies and transportation. The cost of attendance is determined by the school using guidelines established by federal regulations. Amounts effective Summer 2017.

 

DC Program


Credits per Quarter Maximum FA Eligibility
6-11 $12,551
12-18 $14,669
19-25 $17,493
26-31 $19,434

DC Tuition: $353 per credit and Quarterly Fee of $350

Masters Programs


Credits per Quarter Maximum FA Eligibility
5-8 $11,105
9-13 $12,320
14-16 $13,400

GR Tuition: $270 per credit and Quarterly Fee of $350

Undergrad Program


Credits per Quarter COA
6-11 $11,165
12-18 $12,587
19-25 $14,483

UG Tuition: $237 per credit and Quarterly Fee of $350

  • A student attending a college or university has a cost of attendance (COA) determined for them by the Financial Aid Office. The cost of attendance is a budget comprised of tuition, fees, books and supplies and living expenses related to the student’s education.
  • Students frequently refer to the cost of attendance as their financial aid budget.
  • The COA (or financial aid budget) is not a personal budget for the student comprised of their personal expenses; it is comprised of expenses that the government considers to be related to the pursuit of the student’s degree or certificate.
  • The financial aid budget can have a limited amount of rent or mortgage expenses and limited amount of transportation costs.
  • A student’s financial aid budget may not be used for credit card debt(s) or car payments. Those are examples of personal debt for which each student is personally responsible, and that debt would exist whether or not they were attending school.
  • The federal government will not subsidize students to pay their personal debt. They will only assist with costs related to their current pursuit of a degree or a certificate.