Tuition rates held steady for 2021-22 academic year | School of Behavioral Health | Loma Linda University
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By Beverly Buckles (Dean) - October 29, 2020

Tuition for all degree and certificate programs in the School of Behavioral Health will be held steady at current rates for the 2021-22 academic year. The decision to hold tuition steady is in direct response to the economic challenges that individuals and families are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

More than ever before, people all over the world are becoming aware of the importance of mental health as an essential part of wellness. The global orientation of Loma Linda University has informed the inclusion of resiliency- and trauma-informed curricula in all of our School of Behavioral Health programs—knowledge and practice expertise that provide support solutions for the exact issues facing people today.

By holding our tuition steady, the administration, faculty, and staff in the School of Behavioral Health wish to express our support for current and future students who are pursuing their goals of advanced professional degrees in behavioral health. It is our hope that during these difficult times, more individuals will discover their passion for serving others through one of the many behavioral health professions. So much can be done to support individual and community wellness—but many more professionals are needed for this to occur.

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