The Federal Pell Grant and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) programs are available for qualified DAL students. To determine need, the FAFSA must be filed through the Federal Processor at www.fafsa.ed.gov and be received by Lee University before April 15. The Federal Pell Grant and the FAFSA programs are not available to students enrolled in a Certificate Program. However, DAL scholarships are applicable for all ministerial training programs. For more information about the availability of Financial Aid, visit here
How do I apply for financial aid? The Federal Pell Grant program is available for qualified DAL students enrolled in DAL-Education Center courses, Lee Online courses, and DAL-Independent Study DZS (semester based) courses. To determine need, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) must be filed through the Federal Processor. Eligible veterans and dependents can also be certified for educational benefits. For complete Financial Aid availability, visit leeuniversity.edu/financial-aid. Are scholarships available? A 50% DAL tuition discount scholarship is available to all ministerial students studying in one of our ministerial degree programs (Bible and Theology, Christian Studies, or Ministry Leadership) How do I register for courses? All students register with the university via Portico/Web Advisor. For detailed instructions, click here.How do I change my schedule? Onsite courses can be added and dropped, or changed from credit to audit, during the 12-day registration period at the beginning of each term. Online courses cannot be added after the first day of classes. For detailed instructions, click here.How do I withdraw from the University? If a student withdraws from all courses of study, he or she is considered to be withdrawing from the University. Students will be assigned a grade of “W” for all courses. Withdrawal can affect eligibility for current and future aid. For detailed instructions, click here.
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