Alice Lloyd College operates a mandatory Student Work Program where students work in various jobs around campus to offset the operating expenses of the College (keeping costs low) and allowing students to help “pay their own way.” Various student aid grants such as Pell, KTG, KEES, etc., which students apply for through their FAFSAs, are applied directly to student accounts. Numerous privately-funded and designated endowed scholarships are also applied directly toward the cost of education; and the Alice Lloyd College grant, which is derived from a nationwide donor base, guarantees that the remaining balance is covered.
Yes, every student is required to complete their FAFSA in order to receive financial aid at Alice Lloyd.
Each individual student will qualify for grants/scholarships based upon their Expected Family Contribution. The Expected Family Contribution is reported to the school by the U. S. Federal Government through your FAFSA. Contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss what grants/scholarships you qualify for.
Yes, most students benefit from scholarships made possible by alumni and friends who support Alice Lloyd College. Students who receive scholarships will be asked to write thank-you letters to their benefactors.
KEES monies are applied toward the cost of tuition first. If your tuition is covered by other federal and state grants/scholarships, the remaining balance can then be applied toward room, board, and fees.
The cost of education (tuition) is guaranteed for all students within the College’s service area; however, depending on your financial aid package and work-study hours, you may need to help pay for your living expenses (Room and Board) and the student matriculation fee. You should contact the Financial Aid Office to find out what your responsibility will be.
Depending on your course of study, books will range from $500 to $700 per semester. However, you may be able to save money by purchasing used books from the college bookstore or from students who took the same classes in a previous semester.
Yes. If you are receiving any kind of financial aid from a church, business, etc., you must report the scholarship (example: WYMT Scholarship) to the Financial Aid Office.
Begin Filling Out Your FAFSA
January 1, 2013 @ N/A
JBS First Day of Second Semester
January 2, 2013 @ N/A
ALC Classes Begin
January 9, 2013 @ N/A
Men's Basketball versus Johnson University
January 10, 2013 @ 6:30 pm
ALC Last Day to Register/Drop/Add
January 17, 2013 @ N/A
Opening Convocation (Required of ALL Students)
January 22, 2013 @ 1:00 pm
Opening Convocation *Required of ALL students.
January 22, 2013 @ 1:00 pm
In the opening convocation of the 2013 spring semester, ALC welcomes mentalist and motivational speaker, Keith Matheny. This convocation is required of all students.
JBS 3rd Quarter Mid-Term Grades Due
February 1, 2013 @ N/A