Senate Bill 1107 amends current Texas law requiring proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination 10 days before attending classes.
Financial Aid Students - Financial Aid may be available to those who qualify and need assistance funding meningitis vaccination costs. Visit the Financial Aid Office on your campus for more information.
April 1 - Priority Awarding Date for financial aid
April 1 - Summer Processing Priority Date
July 15 - Fall Processing Priority Date
November 1 - Spring Processing Priority Date
You must complete LSCS's three step process in order to receive financial aid.
These steps must be completed each academic year that you wish to receive financial aid. Keep in mind that the priority deadline is April 1, so submit all documentation as quickly as possible to allow time for processing. If you miss the priority deadline, don't worry! You can still apply throughout the year because funds are typically available year round.
Many forms are available for the financial aid process. LSCS provides forms for the academic calendar year. Complete forms carefully and submit them to the financial aid office at your campus.
Financial aid packages may include more than one type of award. However the combined total of all awards must not exceed a student’s cost of attendance(COA). If a student’s financial aid package exceeds his/her COA, awards will be adjusted according to federal, state, and institutional guidelines.
All students must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements to receive financial aid at LSCS. Federal regulations require all financial aid recipients to maintain SAP in a course of study leading toward a college degree, certificate, or educational objective.
Students will be denied financial aid for failure to meet SAP requirements.
Meet SAP - Keep your Financial Aid
Attending LSC is an affordable option for most students. Our tuition rates are based on residency and if you need help footing the bill, financial aid is available to most students. And so are payment plans!
If you withdraw from school prior to completing more than 60% of a term, you may be required to repay a portion of the federal financial aid received for the term.