Alice Lloyd College

Financial Aid

General Information

A Unique Opportunity

Alice Lloyd College’s first objective in carrying out its purpose is the provision of an exceptional education to qualified mountain students regardless of financial ability. Therefore, no qualified applicant should fail to attend the College due to financial constraints. The College maintains a guaranteed tuition policy for residents of 108 Central Appalachian counties. Full-time students from within this territory will have their cost of education met by a combination of grants, scholarships and participation in the Student Work Program. ALL Alice Lloyd College students who have financial need may apply for loans by stopping by the Financial Aid Office.

Financial Aid Application Procedures

To receive financial aid at Alice Lloyd College and to apply for any scholarships or grants, students are required to adhere to the following procedures:

Residents of Kentucky

  1. File an application for admission with the Alice Lloyd College Admissions Office.
  2. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA can be filed after January 1st for the upcoming academic year. Failure to file the FAFSA as early as possible after January 1st may result in the loss of KHEAA funding (CAP and KTG Grants). 
  3. List Alice Lloyd College as one of your school choices so your information will be transmitted electronically to ALC.
  4. If you file the electronic online FAFSA, be sure to keep your PIN number in order to make corrections later.
  5. Copies of parents’ and students’ tax returns or statements of nontaxable incomes are required for any Pell-eligible student.

Out-of-State Residents

  1. File an application for admission with the Alice Lloyd College Admissions Office.
  2. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA can be filed after January 1st for the upcoming academic year.
  3. List Alice Lloyd College as one of your school choices so your information will be transmitted electronically to ALC.
  4. Copies of parents’ and students’ tax returns or statements of nontaxable incomes are required for any Pell-eligible student.

Awarding Financial Aid

A financial aid plan is developed for each student based on individual need and/or achievement and leadership potential. The resulting program is a combination of the financial resources of the parents, the student, the College, and federal and state financial aid. Alice Lloyd College combines all forms of financial aid to provide the student with the best available financial aid package.

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