Academic Withdrawal

Learn about how academic withdrawal can impact you, both academically and financially.

Learn more about Academic Withdrawal.   

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply? How do I make a payment? What’s the difference between a grant and a loan? Find the answers to these questions and many more.

Explore Financial Aid FAQ

Financial Literacy

It is essential for students to develop financial literacy skills. Decisions made before and during college will have a major impact on your future. Before making financial decisions, it is important to educate yourself.

Learn more about managing your money. 

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy

Students receiving federal financial aid are subject to satisfactory academic progress requirements, which are governed by the United States Department of Education. The basic requirements of students receiving federal financial aid are to successfully complete classes (completion rate) within a pre-determined time period (time frame).

Learn more about the SAP Policy. 

Enrollment Requirements

Depending on the type of aid you receive, there are likely requirements for your enrollment. Federal aid (pell, seog, federal direct student, federal direct plus, Work study). Be sure you are aware of these requirements.

Unusual Enrollment History

Attending two colleges

For dually enrolled students, you can only use your financial aid at one school during an academic term.  If you are seeking your degree through LCCC and attending another school during a term, you will need to complete LCCC’s Consortium Agreement to have benefit of maximum financial aid.  See your Student Financial Aid Assistant for details.

Learn more about attending two colleges. 

Student Rights and Responsibilities

LCCC’s students’ rights and responsibilities is intended to reflect the philosophical base upon which College policies are built. This philosophy acknowledges the existence of both rights and responsibilities, which is inherent to an individual not only as a student at Lorain County Community College but also as a citizen of this country.

Learn more about Students’ Rights and Responsibilities.