When is tuition due?
Once accepted to UNL, a $200 deposit is due within 30 days to reserve your spot for the year. A tuition deposit of $600 is due by August 31st.
Monthly payments can be made with the balance being due by May 6th, 2021.
What does my tuition include?
The cost of tuition is $3,500 and includes:
- Classes & All Materials (except textbooks)
- C3 Conference Fees
- Weekly Roundtable Lunch
- Usage of facilities at the Grapevine campus of Fellowship Church
Does UNL offer financial aid?
UNL does not offer financial aid or student loans.
Do I have to live in UNL housing?
No, students from the area may commute to UNL if they prefer. Married students are encouraged to live in their own apartment or house.
What other additional living expenses should I consider?
Aside from your monthly bills such as tuition, rent, phone, car and/or medical insurance, you should also set aside at least $250 per month. Some necessary and optional things to consider:
- Entertainment / Dining Out
Will I be able to work while a student at UNL?
The UNL program has a full schedule and workload, both during the classroom hours and outside of them. You will have the option to have a part-time job with a maximum of 20 hours per week. This will help you maintain a focused and balanced lifestyle as well as cover additional living expenses.
Do I need a car?
Having a car is optional but highly recommended.
Is there an age limit to attend UNL?
Students must be at least 17 to apply and must have completed high school or have a GED in order to be accepted and enrolled at UNL. Anyone over the age of 17 may apply. However, the UNL program is designed for a season of life that is typically more suited and specific to young adults, age 18-25.
Will I be able to transfer credits to another college after graduating from UNL?
Yes. Upon graduating from UNL a student will be able to transfer credits to Liberty University.