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Lone Star College System
The Woodlands, United States - Texas



   

University description (as per official university website)

LSCS History


In 1972, residents in the Aldine, Humble and Spring Independent School Districts elected to create a junior college district, which became known as North Harris County College. We opened our doors in the fall of 1973 and our 16-member staff welcomed 613 students to the first classes held at Aldine High School.

The original three school districts have been joined by eight others: New Caney in 1981, Tomball in 1982, Conroe in 1991, Willis and Splendora in 1996, Klein in 1998, and Cypress-Fairbanks and Magnolia in 2000. The number of students we serve has grown from the original 613 to more than 45,000 per semester.

The Lone Star College System district offices were relocated to their current location in The Woodlands in 2003. The Training and Development Center was added to serve as the home of the district's monthly board meetings as well as create ideal learning facility for the district and the community.


Financial Aid

How To Apply

You must complete the following steps in order to receive financial aid. These steps must be completed each academic year that you wish to receive financial aid. Keep in mind that the priority deadline is April 1, so submit all documentation as quickly as possible to allow time for processing. If you miss the priority deadline, don't worry! You can still apply throughout the year because funds are typically available year-round.

Step 1: Submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) through the U.S. Department of Education. If this is your first time completing a FAFSA, start by getting your PIN.
Note: The following school code is required for the FAFSA and LSCS financial aid applications: 011145

Step 2: Submit your Financial Aid Worksheet (PDF) to LSC. View the Terms and Conditions governing financial aid at Lone Star College. Applying for aid indicates your agreement to the terms and conditions.

Step 3: All loan funds are disbursed via direct deposit to a U.S. Bank VISA card. This card will be mailed to your primary mailing address as it appears on your 'My Records' account prior to disbursement. Complete the Electronic Funds Transfer Cancellation form if you wish loan funds be disbursed as a paper check delivered by U.S. Mail.

Submit or mail completed forms to the Financial Aid office of the Lone Star College System college of your choice. Your financial aid award is valid at any Lone Star College System college.



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