Lindsey Wilson College's financial aid program offers a variety
of federal, state, and institutional funds. Financial aid
packages may include grants, loans, and part-time employment.
Scholarships may also be awarded to students based on their
financial need and/or academic achievement. All financial aid
programs administered through the College require acceptance for
admission to the College and completion of the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students who complete these
requirements by February 1 receive priority. Applications
submitted after that date will be subject to availability of
funds. Each applicant will be notified of financial aid
eligibility. Awards will be made to qualified students until
funds are depleted. Students who are not eligible for federal
programs due to default status or drug-related charges or who are
rejected by the federal government for other reasons will not be
eligible to receive any financial assistance.
Grants and scholarships are awarded only in amounts equal to the
direct educational assistance needed for the academic year at
hand. Direct educational expenses at Lindsey Wilson College
are defined as tuition and fees, in addition to room and board for
residential students. All institutional grants and
scholarships are awarded, according to individual need, after
federal and state awards have been made. Institutional grants
and scholarships will be adjusted to prevent over-awarding.
No student will receive more than one institutional academic
scholarship. Except for the Begley Scholarship program, all
tuition scholarships and grants will cover only the first 12-18
hours each fall and spring semester. Students must pay for
any hours more than 18.
Institutional grants and scholarships are available for eight
consecutive semesters for bachelor's degree programs and four
consecutive semesters for associate's degree programs, when all
other restrictions are met. All institutional scholarships
and grants are subject to change without notice.
In accordance with federal regulations for students receiving
federal assistance, Lindsey Wilson College has a policy concerning
a drug-free environment. This policy is available for review
in the Office of the Vice President for Administration &