LIFE students audit college-level courses in area(s) of interest. Beginning the second semester, we devote more time to developing certain skills and interests with individualized class content, social skills classes, and the college courses that relate to each student's focus.
Like any other college student, LIFE students' class times vary based on selected coursework. Our students typically spend at least four hours on campus, four days per week.
At program completion, LIFE students receive a Certificate of Achievement for completing their individualized goals and required hours.
Students audit at least one university courses each semester. They also participate in functional academic LIFE courses each semester including but not limited to:
- Personal Finances
- Time & Schedule Management
- Money Management
- Functional Academic Writing
- Reading for a Purpose
- Career Writing
- Using Media for a Purpose
- Career Readiness
- Independent Living
- Successful Employment
- Communication Skills
- Social Skills Development
- Appropriate Job Etiquette
- Vocational Readiness
Tuition and fees to be determined by university on a year by year basis. Tuition is generated on the number of hours students audit each semester. UL LIFE students audit at least 11 hours each semester.
Learn more about the University’s Tuition and Fees.
Federal Financial Assistance
UL LIFE is a Comprehensive Transition Program. Limited federal financial assistance is available to UL LIFE students. For more information please visit Federal Student Aid.
Interested in applying for a scholarship? You have the opportunity to apply for several scholarships: