LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) – Liberty University announced on Monday that it has frozen both online and residential tuition through the 2021-22 school year.
This announcement marks the third year tuition has not increased for residential students and the sixth year it has remained steady for online students.
“At Liberty University, we believe God made each person with a unique purpose and equipping as many people as we can to live out their God-given purpose is part of our mission of Training Champions for Christ. Everyone should have the opportunity to be the best at what God has called them to be, so our decision to refuse to raise tuition for another year is just one more way we’re working to put that opportunity into people’s hands.”Jerry Prevo, Liberty University President
As the pandemic continues, schools across the nation are having to rethink educational options to give students and, as Liberty says, their “long-standing presence in the online education space has prevented costly maneuvering or last-minute changes, and the nonprofit school is able to pass the savings on to its students.”
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