If your tuition is adjusted because you drop a course, it may be necessary to reduce your financial aid. If you totally withdraw from LCC during the first 60% of the semester, your financial aid will be reduced and you may owe LCC and/or the U.S. Department of Education an overpayment. Dropping courses and withdrawing are
Yes. Eligible students who are ¾ time (9-11 credits), ½ time (6-8 credits), and less than ½ time (1-5 credits) can receive the federal Pell grant, state aid, and scholarships.
If your situation changes because of unusual circumstances after submitting the FAFSA, contact the Office of Financial Aid. We may request you submit an appeal with appropriate supporting documentation for review.
Several variables, such as family size, number of family members in college, age of older parent, income, and asset information are included in the calculation of a student’s financial need.
There is no specific cutoff. Each family’s financial situation is different and many factors other than income are used to calculate the EFC (expected family contribution) that is used to determine award eligibility.
Yes. Many families mistakenly think they don’t qualify for aid. There is no good excuse for not applying. Additionally, there are a few sources of aid, such as state grants, scholarships, and private alternative loans that maybe available.
The Federal Processor recommends that you submit your FAFSA prior to March 15. Lenoir Community College’s deadline is June 30. The earlier you apply, the earlier we will be able to notify you of your financial aid eligibility.