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What is Financial Aid?
Financial aid is federal, state and/or private funding that helps bridge the gap between the college costs you and your family can afford and the total cost of a college education. There are two primary sources of financial aid for LSB students: the federal government, and the state of Pennsylvania. Students are encouraged to research and apply for additional funding and scholarships from various outside organizations and foundations.
This gap - also called Financial Need - is determined for each student through a federal formula. This formula calculates a student’s Federal Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The EFC number represents how much the federal government anticipates the family can contribute annually to the student’s education. The EFC is an important indicator of a student’s need. However, it is not necessarily equal to his or her out-of-pocket costs for attending school. The EFC is the calculated result of the information you supply on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The formula for awarding financial aid is as follows:
Cost of Attendance - your EFC = your Financial Need
This Financial Need figure is the amount that LSB will assist future students to apply for and fund, as best as possible, through the available financial aid programs we participate in. There will be some cases when student financial assistance cannot meet 100% of a student's financial need.
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January 28th, 2019
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If you wish to take one of the certification tests, you must notify Donna Romano three weeks before the payment deadline.
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April 19, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
Lansdale School of Business
400 Franklin Avenue, Franklin Commons
Phoenixville, PA 19460