Costs and Financial Planning

 

Did you know that at LCC we offer about €450,000 each year in financial aid to our students?

We understand that deciding where to go to university is one of the most important decisions you will make in life. An EDUCATION IS AN INVESTMENT that comes with future rewards. LCC International University is a private non-profit institution that receives funding from the government only through Lithuanian students who bring their vouchers with them to LCC as their university of choice. To cover the cost of education at our university, we have to charge some fees to our students. Yet we seek to make our education available to everyone by charging less than the total cost for a student to attend LCC. Donations of time from LCC staff and money from individuals and organizations within North America make it possible for LCC to keep fees low. LCC international university offers a number of possibilities to help you pay for your studies, such as employment on campus and summer work programs abroad as well as financial aid.

How To Apply For Need Based Grant?

  • Apply for the Need Based Grant by filling out the application with your parents or other family members.
  • Also, don’t forget to check out all of the other scholarships LCC offers!

Need Based Grant

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Financial Aid Policies

  1. All financial aid is applied to a student’s account over two semesters, fall and spring.
  2. Students must be enrolled in at least 24 ECTS credit hours per semester to receive a financial award. If a student enrolls in less than 24 ECTS credit hours in either semester, they will not receive the award for that semester.
  3. Financial aid cannot be applied to Summer Session courses.
  4. Students will receive only one financial grant. If a student qualifies for more than one, they will receive the one with the highest monetary value, and the other grant(s) will go to the next student who qualifies.
  5. If a student receiving any financial aid is being placed on probation after the fall semester, their grant allocated for the spring semester is withdrawn.
  6. If a student receiving any financial aid decides to take an academic leave, they lose the grant. The student may apply for financial aid upon re-entry.

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