University description (as per official university website)
Laredo Community College, also known as LCC, was founded on September 28, 1947, as Laredo Junior College. The college was established by the Laredo Independent School District. In 1993, LCC adopted its current name. The college's campus spreads over 300 acres at the historic Fort McIntosh located in Laredo, Texas. The main campus is also known as Fort McIntosh Campus. The college also has a South Campus located at 5500 South Zapata Highway.
The student enrollment at Laredo Community College was 7,831 in 2007 (4,610 full-time equivalent).
Undergrads are 100% of enrolled students.
About 4% of freshmen are from countries other than the US. Students living in the US make up 96% of incoming freshmen.
Admission to LCC and Financial Aid
Pospective students who have applied for admission to Laredo Community College may apply for financial aid.
Admission to the College does not assure students a financial aid award. An offer of financial aid does not assure admission to Laredo Community College.
Receipt of a financial aid award offered by the Financial Aid Office is dependent upon admission to the College.
HOW FINANCIAL AID AWARDS ARE DETERMINED
For each applicant who shows financial need, a financial aid “package” is established. That is to say, an award is made to provide financial assistance from the various funds available at LCC. This assistance may be in the form of grants, part-time work; scholarships and/or loans. It may be offered individually or in various combinations.