EP#16 The Best Way to Get Financial Aid Help

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Are you frustrated with the financial aid process?

Join us for a conversation with Carrie Short, Director of Financial Aid at Lorain County Community College. Don’t miss out on free money because you failed to apply to financial aid, got frustrated with the process or failed to update your contact information.

Realize many times financial aid will need to verify your information. The government requires this. It is not personal, but it can be frustrating. Make sure you are in contact with your financial aid office by checking your email. During the pandemic, use the chat line first or email before calling. 

Apply for the FAFSA. Update your contact info regularly.

  • Apply for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at https://studentaid.gov/
  • Make sure your current address, phone number and email information is accurate and up to date.
  • Many students miss out on grants and scholarship because they either didn’t apply or their financial aid office could not reach them. 
  • Check your school email regularly.  

Podcast #29 The Get the Most out of Financial Aid Show, Podcasts

EP#29 The Best Way to Get Financial Aid Help

Are you frustrated with the financial aid process?

Join us for a conversation with Carrie Short, Director of Financial Aid at Lorain County Community College. Don’t miss out on free money because you failed to apply to financial aid, got frustrated with the process or failed to update your contact information.

Realize many times financial aid will need to verify your information. The government requires this. It is not personal, but it can be frustrating. Make sure you are in contact with your financial aid office by checking your email. During the pandemic, use the chat line first or email before calling. 

Apply for the FAFSA. Update your contact info regularly.

  • Apply for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at https://studentaid.gov/
  • Make sure your current address, phone number and email information is accurate and up to date.
  • Many students miss out on grants and scholarship because they either didn’t apply or their financial aid office could not reach them. 
  • Check your school email regularly.  

Podcast #10 So you want to return to school, Podcasts

EP#10 So you want to return to school and receive financial aid

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Are you an older adult looking to return to school? Debbie Wood and Sarah Nau discuss returning to school as adult learners. As financial aid specialists at LCCC, both Debbie and Sarah share how they help students with questions regarding the application and disbursement of financial aid scholarships, grants and loans. We also highlight the Incentive Award offered to non-traditional students who are interested in completing 6 or more credits at LCCC. For this award you must be a veteran, or are over 24 years old, or support a child. For more information regarding this award contact financial aid at 440-366-4034 and ask about the Incentive Award.