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    Lackawanna College


    Financial Aid


    Financial aid is a necessity for almost everyone attending college today, and Lackawanna College is sensitive to the challenge students and families face in paying for their studies.

    Financing higher education should be a partnership between the student and his/her family, the state and federal governments, and the institution. It is our hope that this partnership will make it financially feasible to help our students find their future.

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    Nearly 95% of the Lackawanna student body receives some form of financial aid. Each student’s financial situation is individually assessed after a thorough review of their submitted financial information. In order to begin the financial aid application process, the federal government requires you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (Lackawanna College School Code: 0032830).

    Additional data is available online at www.studentaid.ed.gov. or www.fafsa.gov.

    Lackawanna College also offers a number of scholarships, and there are also grant and loan opportunities to help you pay for your college education.

    Loan Default Prevention

    A student loan is a serious obligation and must be repaid. Please refer to the Loan Default Prevention Handout here for more information on deferment, grace periods, types of repayments, and more!

    For helpful tips on beginning the financial aid application process, please review the College’s Financial Aid Checklist.