We work hard to keep the cost of college low for you. We know you have many options available when choosing a college. The cost of a degree is a key factor in your choice.
If you have an unexpected financial emergency and need additional assistance beyond your financial aid award, we strongly encourage and welcome all LCCC students to connect with the Advocacy and Resource Center. By completing the Student Needs Assessment on the ARC website, LCCC can identify the funds and resources that will assist you in starting, continuing, or returning to college.
Email Scams – Offers of Financial Support
Please be aware of email scams that appear to come from a college's Financial Aid or other office. These messages may ask for personal information which is then used for fraudulent action and identity theft. Since you may receive these messages in addition to legitimate communications from LCCC to help you with access to financial support, make sure you are able to tell the difference between these scams and LCCC offers of support. Learn more about how to identify a legitimate offer of support.
How much does college cost?
You already know college can be very expensive. At LCCC, we work hard to make sure anyone can afford to get a quality education. With tuition rates among the lowest in the state and courses that easily transfer, we provide you with endless possibilities at a price you can afford.
There are many factors that go into the cost of your college education. These include tuition, fees, books, supplies and more.
What is financial aid?
Financial aid is money to help you pay for college. It can include grants, loans, scholarships and can come from a variety of sources including the government, your college, or private funding sources.
Different costs could be covered by financial aid, depending on the type of aid. Be sure to learn about which costs are covered by your aid when you apply. Some of the following costs COULD be covered: Tuitions, Books, Childcare, Supplies, and even Food.
Some other ways to pay for college
In addition to the traditional forms of financial aid, these are just a few other options to explore:
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IRS Warns of New Email Scam
The IRS recently sent out a warning about a new email scam that may contain malicious malware. The fraudulent emails, which appear to be sent from “IRS Online,” contain an attachment labeled “Tax Account Transcript,” or something similar. The IRS, however, does not send unsolicited emails to the public, nor emails containing sensitive information such as that which is included in a tax return. The IRS asks the public not to open the email, and if using a personal computer to delete it or forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If one is using an employer’s computer, the IRS asks that the employee notify his or her company of the email.