Alice Lloyd College

ALC’s Tuition Guarantee

Appalachian Leaders College Scholarship

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According to U.S. News and World Report, the average cost of tuition for private institutions in the United States is $28,946. However, at Alice Lloyd College the out-of-pocket cost of tuition is $0 for students originating from our service area.

Alice Lloyd College is committed to providing a quality education to mountain students regardless of their financial situation. Alice Lloyd is one of a select number of schools in the country that offers programs specifically designed to help students cut down on debt. In fact, Alice Lloyd is consistently listed among the nation’s leaders in graduating students with the least amount of average debt. Having been founded as “a college for Appalachia,” every qualified student from ALC’s 108-county service area is awarded the Appalachian Leaders College Scholarship, which covers the cost of tuition for up to 10 semesters.

The amount of the scholarship is based upon each individual student’s financial need and varies accordingly. Any additional financial aid, such as scholarships from outside sources, is also factored into the overall award amount given to each student. Ultimately, when all of these resources are pooled together, the cost of tuition is paid in full.

However, getting your education at Alice Lloyd is not free. The College must rely on various sources to meet financial obligations, and students contribute through work performance. Alice Lloyd College is one of only seven work colleges in the nation. The Student Work Program enhances the educational experience and promotes service to the campus community while enabling students to help “pay their own way.” Various student aid grants such as Pell, KTG, KEES, etc., which students apply for through their FAFSAs, are applied directly to student accounts. Numerous privately-funded and designated endowed scholarships are also applied directly toward the cost of education; and the Alice Lloyd College grant, which is derived from a nationwide donor base, guarantees that the remaining balance is covered.

Our Financial Aid Office is also sometimes able to assist students with the cost of room, board, and other fees as it applies to each student’s level of need.

Room, Board, and Other Fees

The cost of education (tuition) is guaranteed for all students from within the College’s service area due to the generosity of donors from across the nation; however, students are expected to pay for their living expenses (Room and Board) and the student matriculation fee. When compared to other state colleges and universities, the cost of room and board at Alice Lloyd is relatively low. The amount owed by the student will depend upon his or her financial aid package. If a student’s tuition is covered by other federal and state grants/scholarships, then the remaining balance can be applied toward these additional costs.  

The Resident Student’s Responsibility (per semester):

Cost of Boarding

                Room                  $1,360

                Board                  $1,470

Matriculation Fee                  $890

TOTAL (Resident)                $3,720 (per semester)

The Commuter Student’s Responsibility (per semester):

Matriculation Fee                 $890

Commuter Fee                     $995

TOTAL (Commuter)              $1,885 (per semester)

It is the student’s responsibility to contact the Financial Aid Office to find out what he or she will owe.

Books and Other Expenses

Depending on the student’s course of study, books will range from $500 to $700 per semester. However, students may be able to save money by purchasing used books from our campus bookstore.

The student may also incur other expenses that may vary. A few examples of special fees:

Science Lab Fee – $25 (per semester)
Vehicle Registration/Parking Fee – $60 (per year)
Part-Time Student Fee – $212 (per semester hour)

Other costs, such as supplies, amenities, and personal expenses, will depend upon the needs of each student. The price of transportation to and from campus is also the student’s responsibility.

Upcoming Events

  • Women's Basketball @ Welch College
    February 13, 2016 @ N/A Event Details >>
  • Men's Basketball vs Wilberforce University
    February 13, 2016 @ 4:00 pm Event Details >>
  • Global Awareness Week
    February 15, 2016 @ N/A Event Details >>
  • Men's Basketball vs Indiana University East
    February 16, 2016 @ 7:30 pm Event Details >>
  • Women's Basketball vs Ohio Christian University
    February 20, 2016 @ 1:00 pm Event Details >>

Calendar

February 2016
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January 31, 2016

Women's Basketball @ Indiana University Kokomo

Men's Basketball @ Indiana University Kokomo

February 1, 2016 February 2, 2016

ALC Blood Drive

Convocation: Blood Drive - Community Service

Convocation: Nick Jamerson

Women's Basketball vs Midway

February 3, 2016 February 4, 2016 February 5, 2016 February 6, 2016

Men's Basketball @ West Virginia Tech University

Women's Basketball @ West Virginia Tech University

February 7, 2016 February 8, 2016 February 9, 2016

Convocation: Brooke Radnor

February 10, 2016 February 11, 2016

Women's Basketball vs Rio Grande University

Men's Basketball vs Rio Grande University

February 12, 2016 February 13, 2016

Women's Basketball @ Welch College

Men's Basketball vs Wilberforce University

February 14, 2016 February 15, 2016

Global Awareness Week

February 16, 2016

Global Awareness Week

Men's Basketball vs Indiana University East

February 17, 2016

Global Awareness Week

February 18, 2016

Global Awareness Week

February 19, 2016

Global Awareness Week

February 20, 2016

Women's Basketball vs Ohio Christian University

Men's Basketball vs Ohio Christian University

February 21, 2016 February 22, 2016 February 23, 2016 February 24, 2016 February 25, 2016

JBS 3rd Quarter Grades Due

February 26, 2016 February 27, 2016
February 28, 2016 February 29, 2016 March 1, 2016

Convocation: Elizabeth Lawson

March 2, 2016 March 3, 2016 March 4, 2016

ALC Midterm Grades Due

March 5, 2016