We’ve made completing your degree convenient

Dr. Curtis Dean

Director of Evening & Weekend College cdean@livingstone.edu

Do you want to obtain a college degree or complete the one you started? Are you looking to change or advance your career? Do you need additional studies to get that promotion? If you answered yes, Livingstone College’s accelerated program is designed to create a comfortable balance between education, work and family. Classes meet one night per week in eight-week blocks. Flexible hours are available on Saturdays. Additional coursework is supplemented with guided independent study and group work.

Make Your Dreams A Reality!

  • Accelerated Program: Complete coursework within 8 weeks compared to the traditional 16 weeks.
  • Flexible schedule: Each class meets one evening or Saturday per week.
  • Small class sizes: 8 to 10 students and more personal face-to-face instruction.
  • Free tutoring: Available evenings and Saturdays through the Student Success Center.
    Rena D. Patterson, Evening and Weekend College graduate 2017 Winter Commencement Liberal Studies with Honors Concentrations in Psychology and Religious Studies


    The Livingstone College Office of Student Financial Aid welcomes the opportunity to provide information on scholarships, grants and student loans. All students who apply for financial aid must complete the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.gov

    Many folks ask about scholarships to offset school costs!

     Livingstone College’s school code is 002942

    Degree Offerings

    A Degree may be earned in:

    • Birth-Kindergarten Education
    • Business Administration
    • Criminal Justice
    • Elementary Education
    • Liberal Studies
    • Psychology
    • Religious Studies
    • Social Work

    All majors require a minimum of 120 semester hours for degree completion. With the transfer of sixty (60) semester hours of accepted college credit, from an accredited institution, a degree may be earned in 18-30 months.

    Admissions Requirements

    To enroll, you must submit the following:

    • An Application for Admission
    • An official copy of your high school transcript or GED certificate
    • An official transcript from all colleges attended
    • A Police Record Check form
    • $25.00 (non-refundable) application fee

    The fall semester begins in August, and the spring semester begins in January.