Lake Technical College’s Financial Aid Office staff is available to assist students. Grants and scholarships are available and do not have to be repaid; however, students must make satisfactory progress in their programs in order to continue to be eligible for awards.
All students seeking financial assistance at Lake Technical College must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students are accepted all year. There are no priority dates, a student may apply at any time. This application is available online at: studentaid.govopens in a new window
Lake Tech’s School Code: 013000
opens in a new windowFor information on filling out the FAFSA form, including information about creating an FSA ID, go to studentaid.gov/apply-for-aid/fafsa/filling-out. Your FSA ID allows you to electronically sign your FAFSA. If you are providing parent information, one parent must also sign your FAFSA. To sign electronically, your parent should also apply for an FSA ID.
For many students, financial aid programs are paying educational costs and providing money to help with living expenses.
Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness Programopens in a new window – The Florida Legislature created the Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness Program (NSLFP) in 1989, to encourage qualified personnel to seek employment in areas of the state where there are critical nursing shortages. Click here for more informationopens in a new window.
For additional financial aid information please see our catalog.
Financial Aid Manager, Ila Knight – 352.589.2250 extension 1834
Some programs are approved for VA. Eligible veterans may be certified for VA benefits through the Financial Aid Office.
The Bureau of State Approving Agency for Veteran Training has approved some of the certificate training programs offered at Lake Technical College. Veterans should check with the VA Certifying Official in the Financial Aid Office (352.589.2250 ext. 1832) to apply for or re-activate their VA educational entitlements. All required application forms are available in the Financial Aid Office.
Once the veteran has completed Lake Tech’s online application and taken the required test for the program of interest, the veteran will provide the following documentation to the Financial Aid Office:
- A certified copy of his/her DD214
- Government-issued photo
- Copy of VA Form 22-1990 or 22-1995 (for veterans) OR Copy of VA Form 22-5490 or 22-5495 (for dependents)
- VA Certificate of Eligibility
Once the forms have been received, the Financial Aid Office will forward the documentation to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) for processing. Upon completion of the first day of class, the enrollment certification is reported by the VA Certifying Official to the DVA for processing. It takes DVA a minimum of 4-8 weeks to activate benefits.
All students receiving Veterans’ Educational Benefits must maintain satisfactory progress in accordance with regularly prescribed standards and policies of Lake Tech. Specific details of the Standards of Progress and Attendance, as well as other information about VA benefits, are listed in Lake Tech’s catalog.
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