Application & Cost

Application and Cost

Paying for College

You’re starting off on the right foot by making a financial plan that helps you reach your academic and career goals. And, thanks to a generous subsidy from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, all of our students have access to lower-cost tuition. So take a look at the average cost of attendance at LDSBC and start your plan today.

*REMINDER: Tuition and fees (including health care premium—if applicable) for the Fall semester are due Monday, September 17, 2018.

Tuition per Semester

Credits LDS Students Non-LDS Students
1-11 $144 per credit $288 per credit
12-18 $1,720 $3,440
18+ $144 per credit $288 per credit


Financial Aid Cost of Attendance

2018-19 Fall/Winter

  Living Off Campus Living With Parents
LDS Tuition $3,440 $3,440
Non-LDS Tuition $6,880 $6,880
Books & Supplies $350 $350
Room & Board $7,114 $3,063
Transportation $1,230 $1,230
Personal Expenses $1,662 $1,662
Loan Fees $50 $50
LDS TOTAL $13,846 $9,795
NON-LDS TOTAL $17,286 $13,235

NOTE: These estimations are for two semesters for full-time students.


Learn about LDSBC's admissions deadlines, checklists, deferment and more.

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How to Apply

Follow these step-by-step instructions to apply, and you'll be on your way to a better life.

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Learn about all the tools available to help you get registered and manage your course load.

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International Students

Are you an international student? Please review these policies and procedures you'll need to follow to legally study in the US.

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Financial Aid

Once you've been accepted to LDSBC, you can apply for financial aid using the FAFSA.

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Scholarships can also help you pay for college without requiring you to repay the award.

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Health Plans

You'll need to have a health plan either through the College or through a private provider.

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See how much tuition costs and find the estimated cost of attendance, including food and books.

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Learn more about the College and your program/major by attending Orientation for new students.

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