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If I didn’t get the grant in the fall, do I have to reapply for the spring?

February 6th, 2019|Categories: |

Yes. If you were not awarded the Child Care Grant in the fall semester because of GPA or Completion Rate, you are welcome to apply again at the end of fall if you are now meeting qualifications. If you were placed on the waiting list in the fall, you will automatically remain on the waiting list

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Can I get the grant if I transfer to a new school?

February 6th, 2019|Categories: |

The state of North Carolina awards Child Care grant funding to many colleges throughout the state. Receiving the Child Care grant at LCC, does not guarantee a spot on the grant at another college. You must apply for Child Care Grant Funds at each college separately. Having the grant at a previous college does not

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What if I fail a class while on the grant?

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To continue to remain eligible for the Child Care Grant, you must maintain a cumulative GPA of a 2.5 or higher. If failing a class does not cause you to drop below a 2.5 GPA, you will be remain eligible for the grant. If a failing grade causes your GPA to drop below a 2.5,

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What if I need to drop a class while on the grant?

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Anytime you think you may be failing a class or need to drop a class, you must speak with the Child Care Grant Coordinator as soon as possible. Dropping or failing classes could cause you to become ineligible for the Child Care Grant. It is important, that you discuss any drops or failing grades with

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Will the grant pay during the summer months?

February 6th, 2019|Categories: |

No. Typically, there is not enough funding to cover beyond the month of May. If there is additional funding, the Child Care Grant Coordinator will notify students. This is usually not the case. Parents are responsible for their child care expenses for June, July, and August. If a student completes the spring semester and is not

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Will the grant cover more than one child?

February 6th, 2019|Categories: |

Yes. There is not a limit to the number of children covered. The amount of the grant is based on your enrollment. For example, if you are a full time student, you can receive up to $600 per month no matter how many children you have requested be covered by the grant. We cannot award extra

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