Federal Financial Aid programs at LCCC include but are not limited to:
|Federal Pell Grant
2009-2010 academic year
EFC below 4617 - 2009-2010
Undergraduate, first bachelor’s degree
Wyoming resident or non-resident
|Based on financial need using federal formula|
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
||Undergraduate students, Wyoming residents, and non-residents
||Based on financial need and available funding; highest financial need to financial aid applicants; must have been awarded a Federal Pell Grant|
|Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)
||Up to $750 for first year students, Up to $1300 for second year students above 30 hours. Second year award recipients must have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA at 30 hours.
||Undergraduate freshman and sophomore students, Wyoming residents and non-residents
||Must be a U.S. Citizen, Enrolled full-time by census date in a degree-seeking program.|
Federal Pell Grant eligible.
Must also have successfully completed a rigorous high school curriculum, 2005 or later, as defined by the U.S. Department of Education.
|Federal Work-Study Program
||Varies depending on need.
||Undergraduate freshman and sophomore students.
||Based on financial need and available funding. Once need is determined, student must apply for a position through LCCC Human Resources.|
||$100 -$3500 for freshmen,
$100 - $4500 for Sophomores
$2000-Unsubsidized for dependent students $6000 Unsubsidized for independent students
|Undergraduate freshman and sophomore students, Wyoming residents and non-residents
||Based on financial need using federal formula|
|Parent Plus Loans
||Up to Student’s Cost of Attendance
||Dependent undergraduate students
||The PLUS (Parent) Loan is only offered to parents of dependent students. Only parents or step-parents are eligible to apply for the PLUS loan. Grandparents and other relatives are not eligible.|