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The Financial Aid Office can be reached by e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org. When contacting us through an
electronic source, there are a few things to keep in mind: 1) state your question or
comment as clearly as possible; 2) include your name, student ID or social security number, and
telephone number where you can be reached during office hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Fri);
3) indicate what year and semester your questions pertains to. The office mail is checked
daily, and a response will be sent to you within two working days. If you have not
received a response in the allotted two days, please feel free to contact us. If there are
problems with the e-mail system, the student will be called at the provided phone number.
Here are a few other locations we suggest you may want to take a
look at for additional information:
The U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid
(http://studentaid.ed.gov) Features an
explanation of all types of federal aid, from Pell Grants to Perkins Loans, frequently
asked questions, and an on-line FAFSA submissions program.
Crestar Student Loans:
Ranked among the top 5% on the Web by Lcos ponit Survey, this series of home pages has
everything from explanation of loan types to advice on filling out the FAFSA. Lots of
(http://www.fastweb.com) Perhaps the
most comprehensive scholarship database on the web. Searches for scholarships all over the
USA, and beyond.
The Financial Aid Information Page from NASFAA:
page provides a free, comprehensive, independent, and objective guide to student financial
FAFSA on the Web:
Site to complete and submit your FAFSA as well as make corrections or add a
Veteran Education Benefits:(http://www.lcsc.edu/admissions/veterans/default.htm)
This link is provided to assist Veterans and their family members
with applying for education benefits through the Veterans
Association of International Educators provides info on aid sources for international
The National Student Loan
Data System (NSLDS): (http://www.nslds.ed.gov)
The NSLDS Student Access Web site lets student and parent borrowers
track and manage their federal student loans and grants online.
The secured site displays information on your loans and grants,
including amounts, outstanding balances and status.