For every student, financial clearance means demonstrating your intent to pay all tuition, fees, room, meal and related charges for a given semester.
Financial clearance can mean different things for different students. For some, it may mean completing the FAFSA, and/or submitting proof that a third party such as the VA, Voc. Rehab, an employer, 529 plan, or other third-party payer is paying all or a portion of their semester charges. For others, it may mean creating a payment plan. Simply put, financial clearance means that each student should take the required steps necessary to either pay their charges in full or make arrangements to cover their total LU charges for the given semester.
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Estimated Cost of Attendance 2021-2022
|Tuition and fees
|Room and board expenses
Rates are subject to change. Listed costs are based on two semesters with a minimum of 12 credits each. Room and board costs are based on double occupancy in a residence hall and a 19-meal plan.*The cost of health insurance can be waived if students can provide proof of independent insurance coverage.
Need help with understanding the financial clearance process? We have you covered with that too. Please contact the Office of the Bursar for assistance.