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MAY 7

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 vaccines now available to all groups in PA. Let LVC know when you are fully vaccinated. Students are required to fill out the Symptom Tracker every day.

File the FAFSA

To be considered for need-based financial aid at Lebanon Valley College, complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and list Lebanon Valley College as one of your choices. Access the FAFSA Tip Sheet for general information about completing the form. Remember, this is a FREE form so you should not be paying to complete it.

We recommend you and one parent apply for a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID and password about three days prior to filing the FAFSA. This is your electronic signature and will allow you and your parent to sign and submit the FAFSA electronically. Apply at fsaid.ed.gov.

  • LVC's federal school code is 003288
  • For the Spring 2021 semester, file the 2020-21 FAFSA as soon as possible. 
  • For the academic year starting Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, file the 2021-22 FAFSA which is available October 1, 2020.
  • Undergraduate Pennsylvania residents filing the FAFSA prior to May 1, are automatically considered for a state grant. Residents of other states should contact their state grant agency for procedures to determine eligibility. 
  • Students whose FAFSA is selected by the federal government or the institution to undergo an additional process called Verification will be asked to complete additional paperwork (refer to LVC's Verification Policy).
  • Assets are reported on the FAFSA as of the day that you file the FAFSA. No changes should be made unless the original amount reported was in error. If this is the case, contact the Financial Aid Office.
  • If you enroll in a program of study abroad approved for credit by LVC (the home institution), you may be considered enrolled at LVC for the purpose of applying for federal financial aid.

Students are considered dependent and need to include parent information unless the student answered "yes" to any question in the Dependency Status Section of Financial Aid 101.

Visit the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) website for additional information regarding unique student populations including, but not limited to:

  • Students in unique situations (i.e. unique dependency circumstances, wards of the court, foster youth, etc.)
  • Adult learners
  • Service members and Veterans
  • Undocumented students
  • Refugee and asylee students
  • Students who have been or are in prison or jail
  • Victims of natural disasters, war, or terrorism

 

Priority Application Deadlines

Prospective Full-Time Students

  • We mail financial aid offers on a rolling basis beginning the second week in December.
  • *Applying later will not exclude you from receiving need-based aid; however, applications may not be considered for all sources of funding.

Financial Aid Filing Dates

 

Returning Full-Time Students

  • We mail financial aid offers on a rolling basis beginning the first week in July.
  • File FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1, but no later than March 1.

 

Part-Time and Graduate Students

  • We mail financial aid offers prior to each academic year of enrollment.
  • File the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1, but no later than March 1.

 

Summer Financial Aid

The Summer 2021 application is available. Please complete this application if you are traditionally a full-time undergraduate student or are or will be in the graduate phase of one of the following health professions programs - Doctor of Physical Therapy, Masters of Athletic Training, or Masters of Speech-Language Pathology. Part-time undergraduates or graduate students in all other programs should complete the 2021-2022 Financial Aid Supplemental Form. In addition, you must file the 2021-22 FAFSA and complete Verification, if selected, in order to receive financial aid for Summer 2021. The FAFSA opened October 1, 2020, and can be filed at fafsa.gov. Summer financial aid offers will be available around May 10, 2021.

Summer is a separate term and billed separately from fall and spring. Summer charges must be paid by the due date listed on your summer statement of account from the Business Office. The total number of credits you are taking throughout the summer are added together to determine if you are a full-time or part-time student for the purpose of billing and financial aid eligibility. 

Students enrolled in summer classes may be eligible for limited financial aid, depending on the number of credits in which they are enrolled. For additional information regarding summer financial aid, please read the Summer Financial Aid Application and Instructions. If you would like to apply for summer aid, you must complete the application and submit it to the Financial Aid Office. 

Winter Financial Aid

Winter is billed separately from the fall and spring semesters. Students may enroll for no more than 1 course during this term. Students enrolled in the winter term may be eligible for limited financial aid. There are no LVC grants and scholarships for this term. The deadline to apply for financial aid for the 2021 winter term is passed.