Approved Financial Aid at LTCC
Lebanon Technology & Career Center
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Federal Pell Grant: The Pell Grant is a federal financial assistance program for students who have a financial need according to the Pell Grant criteria. Students must be degree seeking to receive the Federal Pell Grant. To apply, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form must be filled out online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Students planning to attend Lebanon Technology & Career Center will enter school code (030424). When the FAFSA form has been processed, students will receive a Student aid Report (SAR) from the Department of Education. Lebanon Technology & Career Center will receive the same information.
Access Missouri Grant Program: Missouri residents apply for this grant by completing the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA must be received by April 1 to be considered for this grant. Students must also be enrolled full-time, maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average, and have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) figure below $12,000.
A+ Program: Lebanon Technology & Career Center participates in the A+ Program, created by the Outstanding Schools Act of 1993. Eligible students who have graduated from an A+ high school have incentive funds available that cover the full cost of tuition and fees that are assessed to every full-time student. Housing, books, and program specific fees, such as professional licensing, tools, supply items, etc., are not reimbursed through the A+ Schools Program. A+ students are required to apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Students must complete the financial aid process within the first 30 days each semester to ensure funding. (Based upon availability of state funding and subject to change by action of the Missouri General Assembly).back to the top
Stafford Student Loan: This loan
program allows students to borrow loans in their own name at low
rates. Through this program there is
both a “subsidized interest” loan and an “unsubsidized interest” loan.
Combined, the loan limit for a first year
dependent student is $5,500 of which no more than $3,500 can be
Independent student are
eligible to borrow
up to $3,500 for a subsidized loan and an additional $6,000 in
funds provided there is a need as determined by eligibility standards. The fixed rate
of interest for a subsidized
loan is 6.0% and the fixed rate for an unsubsidized loan is 6.8%. Interest rates are subject
to change yearly.
Federal Parent (PLUS) Loan: Parents of dependent students may borrow an amount not greater than the cost of education minus any student financial aid. Repayment starts 60 days after the loan has been fully disbursed. The interest is a fixed rate of 8.5%. Interest rates are subject to change yearly.
Tuition for all Programs (except Practical Nursing) - $3,700
Tuition - $9,500
Administrative Fee – $100
Plus books, fees & supplies
Check with the Adult Education Director for these Costs
Government Financial Aid Program
(Workforce Investment Act): This
program provides funding to meet college expenses. Eligibility is
an individual basis and reflects current economic circumstances of the
applicant. Persons who have been
terminated or laid-off should contact the nearest employment office to
Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Vocational rehabilitation services are provided through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, part of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The program is supported by federal and state funds. Call (877) 222-8965 for more information. VR offices are located throughout the state in order to provide convenient service to clients.