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LSCS Catalog 2010/2011 47

Humble Police Association - Graduated from

Humble high school, and minimum 2.0

GPA.

Humble Police Association/Callaway’s Collision

- Grad of Humble High school or Atascocita

High School.

Humble Police Association/D&D Collision - Grad

of Humble High school or Atascocita High

School.

Humble Police Association/Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gill

- Grad of Humble High school or Atascocita

High School.

Humble Police Association/Gary and Daniel Lee

- Grad of Humble High school or Atascocita

High School.

Humble Police Association/Carley Summer

McNutt - Grad of Atascocita High school.

Humble Police Association/David Niccum- Grad

of Humble High school or Atascocita High

School.

Humble Police Association/Leo Medley Memorial

- Minimum 2.0 GPA, graduate of Humble

High School or Atascocita High School, must

demonstrate financial need.

Kingwood Area Emergency Medical Services

Association - 2.75 GPA, zip code 77339 or

77345, academic discipline EMS, nursing or

Allied Health Services that is EMS certified,

or Fire Services, Fire Services Volunteer in

good standing that is outside the zip codes

(call Foundation for specifics).

Montgomery and Associates - Minimum 2.8

GPA, full-time student, may attend any college,

tuition and special fees.

Nursing Program - Minimum 2.0 GPA, enrolled

in a nursing program, minimum 6 credit hours,

and must demonstrate financial need.

Pepsi Cola - Minimum 2.5 GPA, and minimum

6 credit hours.

Seth and Dianne Sharr - Attend any LSCS

college.

Society of Petroleum Engineers/Gulf Coast

Section - Engineering discipline, funds to be

used for tuition, special fees, books , and

further expenditures (contact LSC Financial

Aid office for specifics).

Stone Gate - Minimum 2.0 GPA, resides in Stone

Gate or Canyon Lake Community.

William J. and Olive H. Upton - Minimum

2.20 GPA, Law Enforcement Academy or

EMT program academic discipline, must

demonstrate financial need, without recent

high school or college attendance a letter of

recommendation from a recent supervisor in

place of GPA (call Foundation for specifics).

Wells Fargo - Must demonstrate financial

need.

Woodforest National Bank - Minimum 2.5 GPA,

education academic discipline and student

must have attended Conroe ISD.

John R. Zizelmann Memorial - Welding, CNC,

Engineering Technology discipline, preference

for a MATTCO employee.

Dr. Nockie Zizelmann - Enrolled in the ADN

program, selected by the directors of nursing,

and the scholarship is given to the same

student for two years, funds to be used for

tuition, special fees, and books.

LSC-CYFAIR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Robert J. Adam Family - Full-time student, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Alvis - Single, no children, enrolled in the ADN

program, minimum 3.0 GPA, receives no

other form of financial aid, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, books.

Jerry Albrecht - Minimum 2.5 GPA, with a

documented learning disability, and enrolls

in at least 6 hours.

Bertram Family In memory of Florence T. Bertram -

Minimum 3.0 GPA, must demonstrate financial

need, enrolled in the ADN program, funds to

be used for all educational related expenses.

William A. Brookshire Foundation Endowment

- Student must attend LSC-CyFair, minimum

2.5 GPA, full-time student with preference for

student working 20 hours per week, must be

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a US citizen, academic discipline is Drafting,

Engineering Technology or Pre-Engineering,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees, books,

and all education related expenses including

childcare, transportation, etc.

In Honor of Nancy F. Caldwell - Minimum 3.0

GPA, academic discipline is nursing, and a

student with children.

Susan J. Caldwell Endowment for the Arts -

Minimum 2.0 GPA, must demonstrate financial

need, must be enrolled in two courses in the

arts, music, drama, or a combination, funds

to be used for tuition, fees, books, and class

supplies (contact LSC Financial Aid office

for specifics).

Caldwell Companies - Minimum 2.5 GPA,

minimum of 6 credit hours, same student the

following year if s/he meets the criteria and

is still enrolled, funds to be used for tuition,

fees, books, and class supplies.

Carl's BBQ - Minimum 2.5 GPA, minimum 6

credit hours, same student the following year

if s/he meets the criteria and is still enrolled,

funds to be used for tuition, fees, books, and

class supplies.

CLR, Inc. - Must attend LSC-CyFair (contact LSC

Financial Aid office for specifics).

Copperfield Women’s Club - Part-time or full-time

student at LSC-CF.

Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center - Minimum 2.5

GPA, and minimum 6 credit hours.

Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce -

Minimum 2.5 GPA, and must demonstrate

financial need, funds to be used for tuition,

special fees, and books.

Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union - Enrolled in the

alternative teacher certification program.

LSC-CyFair President's - Minimum 2.5 GPA,

minimum 6 credit hours, and must demonstrate

financial need.

Cypress Fairbanks Rotary Club - Full-time student,

minimum 2.5 GPA, must demonstrate financial

need.

ESL Student - Must demonstrate financial need,

academic discipline is English as a Second

Language, funds to be used for tuition only.

LSC-CyFair Faculty Senate - Must demonstrate

financial need, funds must be used for tuition,

books and special fees.

Greater Texas Foundation Student Success

Scholarships - Minimum 2.0 GPA, part-time

or full-time student, must demonstrate financial

needs with an EFC of $3500 or above, must

be “first time in college” student, must be

enrolled in Math 0306, Math 0308 or Math

0310, and registered for the next sequential

class by subsequent semester’s census date,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

John Haskins - Student must attend LSC-Fairbanks

Center, academic discipline is English as a

Second Language, no restriction based on

citizenship status.

Dave and Jacque Feldman - Must demonstrate

financial need, full-time student.

First Community Credit Union - Enrolled in a

financial program and maintains 3.0 GPA,

must demonstrate financial need, funds to be

used for tuition, special fees, and books.

Fox and Bubela, Inc. - Must demonstrate financial

need, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

Rosemary A. Freda - Minimum 3.0 GPA, funds to

be used for all education related expenses.

Gilbane Building Company - Must attend LSCCyFair.

Linda and Donnie Humphries Family - Full-time

student, must demonstrate financial need,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

Klein Bank and Trust - Student who has an income

which is less than 80 percent of the area

adjusted median income, funds to be used

for all education related expenses.

Clarence Kruger Memorial - GPA is in good

standing, education discipline is music,

theater, or performing arts, funds to be

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used for tuition, special fees, and all related

education expenses.

Qwock Lem and Kim Yoke Lau Memorial

Scholarship - Full-time or part-time student,

minimum 3.3 GPA, must demonstrate financial

need, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

Beryl A. MacLean - Academic discipline is speech

or communication.

Methodist Willowbrook Hospital - Minimum

2.5 GPA, enrolled in nursing, radiology or

sonography program, preference given to

an employee of the hospital, or if not an

employee, the student must volunteer at least

ten hours per semester at the hospital, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, and books.

Mingoia Family - Minimum 2.5 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Darcy and Robert Mingoia Scholarship - Must

attend LSC-CyFair, funds to be used for

all education related expenses including

childcare, transportation, etc.

NCI Building Systems - Full-time student, minimum

2.5 GPA overall, major 3.0 GPA, academic

discipline is drafting/design, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

NewQuest Properties - Full-time student who is

single and without children, minimum 3.0

GPA, seeking a bachelors degree in business

and receives no other form of financial aid.

PBK Architects, Inc. - Must attend LSC-CyFair.

John E. Pickelman - Must demonstrate financial

need, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

LSC-CyFair Professional and Support Staff

Association - Must attend LSC-CyFair or LSCFairbanks

Center, minimum 2.0 GPA, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, and books.

Sterling Bank - Full-time student, minimum 2.5

GPA, academic discipline is business or

undecided, must demonstrate financial need,

funds to be used for educational costs and

fees.

Texas Process Equipment - Minimum 3.0 GPA,

minimum 9 credit hours, academic discipline

is engineering design graphics or machining

technology, AAS in Industrial Maintenance,

Welding and Inspect Tech, funds to be used for

tuition, special fees, books , first consideration

given to child of TPE employee who meets

criteria.

Dr. Diane K. Troyer - Part-time or full-time student,

must demonstrate financial need, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, books, and

childcare expenses, preference given to

single parent.

Evelyn F. and Eugene F. Whitehorne - Part-time

or full-time student, minimum 2.5 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Dr. Bob Williams - must attend LSC-CyFair.

Bill and Connie Yancey - Full-time student, minimum

2.5 GPA, must demonstrate financial need,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees, and

books, student should have a clear goal.

LSC-KINGWOOD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Administaff - Full-time student, 3.0 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used for

all education related fees and other expenses

such as childcare, transportation, etc.

Andrew Wade Heron Memorial - Full-time student,

minimum 3.75 GPA, Associate Nursing

Degree program, second year student with

interests in Pediatrics and/or Oncology.

Diane K. Blanco - Full-time student, minimum

3.0 GPA, must attend LSC-Kingwood, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Dr. Graciella G. Blanco - Full-time student,

minimum 3.0 GPA, must demonstrate financial

need, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

David and Pamela Dickson - Awarded to first

year students, who are single parents or from

abusive families.

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Entergy - Student may attend either LSC-Kingwood

or LSC-Montgomery, minimum 6 credit hour

student, minimum 2.5 GPA.

Friends of LSC-Kingwood - Must demonstrate

financial need.

George W. Butler Memorial - Academic discipline

is visual or performing arts.

Greater Texas Foundation Student Success

Scholarships - Minimum 2.0 GPA, part-time

or full-time student, must demonstrate financial

needs with an EFC of $3500 or above, must

be “first time in college” student, must be

enrolled in Math 0306, Math 0308 or Math

0310, and registered for the next sequential

class by subsequent semester’s census date,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

Kingwood Medical Center Auxiliary - Minimum

6 credit hours or full-time student, minimum

2.5 GPA, academic discipline is health

care, health science or medical/dental, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

LSC-Kingwood Dental Hygiene - Full-time student,

second year dental hygiene, minimum of 49

accumulated hours, minimum 3.0 GPA, funds

to cover all education related fees.

LSC-Kingwood Golf Tournament - Minimum 6

credit hour student, minimum 2.5 GPA.

LSC-Kingwood 20th Anniversary - Must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

LSC-Kingwood President’s - Minimum 6 credit

hour student, minimum 2.5 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need.

LSC-Kingwood Employee and Community -

Full-time student, minimum 3.0 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Selma Lilley Memorial - Enrolled in the LVN

program.

R.M. Machell Family - Minimum 6 credit hours,

minimum 3.4 GPA, enrolled in ADN program,

funds to cover all education related fees.

Rotary Club of Humble Intercontinental - Minimum

2.5 GPA, part-time or full-time student.

Rotary Club of Humble Intercontinental, In

Recognition of Dr. and Mrs. Gene Caldcleugh

- Full-time student, minimum 3.0 GPA, must

demonstrate financial need, attend LSCKingwood

with a Liberal Arts area of study,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

Majorie H. Shifferd - Minimum 3.0 GPA, enrolled

at least 9 credit hours, has at least 80%

completion rate for the past (3) semesters,

must be a student worker in the financial

aid office.

Dr. Linda and Ed Stegall - Minimum 6 credit

hours or full-time student, minimum 2.5 GPA,

academic discipline is business related, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, and books.

Dr. Linda Stegall Excellence in Education - Second

year student, full-time credit student, GPA

in the current top 20 students who will be

matriculating after the subsequent semester.

LSC-MONTGOMERY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Amegy Bank of Texas - Student must attend LSCMontgomery.

Conroe New Car and Truck Dealers - Full-time

student, minimum 2.5 GPA, resident of

Montgomery County.

Conroe Regional Medical Center and Auxiliary -

Minimum 2.5 GPA, resident of Montgomery

County, enrolled in either the ADN or LVN

program, currently enrolled and completed

one term, must demonstrate financial need.

Entergy - Student may attend either LSC-Kingwood

or LSC-Montgomery, minimum 6 credit hour

student, minimum 2.5 GPA.

Ann Friend - Resident of Montgomery County,

must demonstrate financial need, enrolled in

courses to gain skills to improve vocational

abilities.

Healthier U - Minimum 3.25 GPA, must be current

full-time student, area of study: Nursing,

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Radiology Technician, PTA, Biotechnology,

Fire Science, or EMT. Student must attend

LSC-Montgomery or LSC-Conroe Center.

Funds may be used for tuition, special fees,

books, and other fees which include: supplies,

uniforms, testing/exam fees.

Houston Golf Association - Minimum 6 credit

hours, minimum 2.5 GPA.

Gwen Hruska - Current or former recipient of

services from Montgomery County Youth

Services.

Junior League North Harris Montgomery County -

Minimum 2.5 GPA, participates in the WINGS

program, student may attend LSC-North Harris

or LSC-Montgomery, funds to be used for

tuition, special fees, and books.

Dr. Bill Law, Jr. - Minimum 2.5 GPA.

William D. Law Sr. Memorial - Male student,

employed with a dependent, minimum 2.5

GPA, minimum 6 credit hours.

Land Surveying and Mapping Technology - Land,

surveying and mapping technology student.

Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital

- Nursing academic discipline, funds to be

used for all education related fees.

LSC-Montgomery President’s - Minimum 6 credit

hours, minimum 2.5 GPA, must demonstrate

financial need.

LSC-Montgomery 10th Anniversary Legacy -

Student must attend LSC-Montgomery.

Donna McVeigh Memorial - Minimum 6 credit

hours, minimum 2.5 GPA.

Research Forest Science and Engineering Library

- Awarded to single parent minority student

enrolled in an AAS degree program, minimum

3.0 GPA.

Rotary Club of Conroe - Student who is a single

parent.

Rotary Club of The Woodlands - Full-time

student, resident of Montgomery County, must

demonstrate financial need.

Brandon Michael Schiltz Memorial Endowment -

Minimum 2.75 GPA, full or part time student,

must demonstrate financial need, must attend

LSC-Montgomery, funds to be used for all

educational costs and fees.

Brandon Michael Schiltz Memorial Endowment -

Minimum 2.75 GPA, full or part time student,

must demonstrate financial need, must attend

LSC-Montgomery, funds to be used for all

educational costs and fees, preference for a

HEB employee or dependent.

Brandon Michael Schiltz Memorial Endowment -

Minimum 2.0 GPA, full or part time student,

must attend LSC-Montgomery, preference for

student enrolled in business or healthcare

courses, applicant must be a full or part time

HEB employee with a current performance

rating of 30 or better and submit a letter of

recommendation from their area manager.

Mark and Christine Sculy - Student must attend

LSC-Montgomery.

South Montgomery County Lions Club - Minimum

2.5 GPA, resident of Montgomery County.

Splitrock - Female student, single mother, minimum

2.0 GPA, first consideration given to Splitrock

employee or family member.

Stan and Suzanne St. Pierre - Full-time student,

must demonstrate financial need, funds to be

used for all education related fees.

Melissa Trotter Memorial - Student must attend

LSC-Montgomery.

The Kelsey Vogel “Shining Star” Memorial - Fulltime

student, enrolled in a standard theatre

course and a theatre practicum course.

Wells Fargo - Must demonstrate financial

need.

John Wiesner - Full-time student, minimum 3.0

GPA, must demonstrate financial need,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

The Woodlands Development Company - Student

must attend LSC-Montgomery.

The Woodlands Living Arts Council - Enrolled

at least 9 credit hours, minimum 3.0 GPA,

academic discipline is fine arts, resident

of Montgomery County, must demonstrate

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financial need, funds to be used for all

education related fees.

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel -

Student must attend LSC-Montgomery.

LSC-NORTH HARRIS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Barbara Benzel Memorial - Female student who

is at least thirty years old, minimum 3.0

GPA, academic discipline is English, must

demonstrate financial need.

Elizabeth “Beth” Boyd Memorial Nursing - First

year ADN student, must demonstrate financial

need.

Dr. Cher Brock - Full-time student, minimum 2.5

GPA, preference given to student attending

Carver Center, academic discipline is

education, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

Cook Covington Memorial - First year or currently

enrolled African-American student, minimum

2.0 GPA.

Cypress Woodlands Junior Forum Scholarship -

Minimum 6 credit hours student, minimum 2.5

GPA, must demonstrate financial need.

Fred Fincher Sr. Memorial - Student enrolled in

the Automotive Technology program.

Greater Texas Foundation Student Success

Scholarships - Minimum 2.0 GPA, part-time

or full-time student, must demonstrate financial

needs with an EFC of $3500 or above, must

be “first time in college” student, must be

enrolled in Math 0306, Math 0308 or Math

0310, and registered for the next sequential

class by subsequent semester’s census date,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

Hulon and Marion Madeley - Full-time student,

may attend LSC-Tomball or LSC-North Harris,

minimum 3.0 GPA, academic discipline is

life or earth sciences, completed at least 30

college-level credits.

Brian Ray Olson Memorial - Minimum 6

credit hours, minimum 2.5 GPA, enrolled

in Paramedic program, must demonstrate

financial need.

Major and Mrs. John E. Myers - Full-time credit

student, minimum 2.0 GPA, must demonstrate

financial need, funds to be used for tuition,

special fees, books, childcare expenses, and

transportation.

Nor th Harris County Branch, American

Association of University Women - Full-time or

part-time, minimum 3.0 GPA, must have at least

12 credit hours from LSC-North Harris, must

demonstrate financial need, funds to be used

for tuition, special fees, books, and childcare,

preference for women who have promoted

through the AAUW mission, final selection will

be made by the financial aid office.

LSC-North Harris President’s - Minimum 6 credit

hours, minimum 2.5 GPA, must demonstrate

financial need.

Junior League North Harris Montgomery County -

Minimum 2.5 GPA, participates in the WINGS

program, student may attend LSC-North Harris

or LSC-Montgomery, funds to be used for

tuition, special fees, and books.

Thelma Jones - Minimum 6 credit hours, based

on both need and merit.

Dr. Sandy Shugart - Full-time student, minimum

2.5 GPA, funds to be used for tuition, special

fees, and books.

Tiffani Stanley Memorial - Minimum 2.5 GPA,

enrolled in EMS program and receives a letter

of reference from the EMS faculty, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, books, and

uniforms.

Judy Taylor - Full-time student, minimum 3.0 GPA,

enrolled in Math and Science Instructional

Division and either: 1) the student or a family

member must currently suffer from medical

hardship, or 2) has recently overcome a

devastating medical hardship.

J. Anthony Walter, M.D. - Full-time student,

majoring in Computer and Programming

Technology, funds to be used for tuition, and

books, student must attend LSC-North Harris.

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LSC-TOMBALL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Greater Texas Foundation Student Success

Scholarships - Minimum 2.0 GPA, part-time

or full-time student, must demonstrate financial

needs with an EFC of $3500 or above, must

be “first time in college” student, must be

enrolled in Math 0306, Math 0308 or Math

0310, and registered for the next sequential

class by subsequent semester’s census date,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

Candace Grace Howard Memorial - Full-time

student, minimum 3.0 GPA, enrolled in

Veterinarian Technology program, first year

student, must be a U.S. citizen.

Houston Livestock and Rodeo - Enrolled in

Veterinarian Technology program, resides in

Texas, U.S. citizen.

Bill Lawler Memorial - Must attend LSCTomball.

Hulon and Marion Madeley - Full-time student,

may attend LSC-Tomball or LSC-North Harris,

minimum 3.0 GPA, academic discipline is

life or earth sciences, completed at least 30

college-level credits.

Ann Glazier McStravick Nursing - Enrolled in

ADN program.

LSC-Tomball Mathematics Excellence - Minimum

6 credit hour student, minimum 3.0

GPA, academic discipline is mathematics,

mathematics education, or engineering,

funds to be used for tuition, special fees,

and books.

LSC-Tomball Mathematics Faculty - Minimum

6 credit hour student, minimum 3.0 GPA,

academic discipline is mathematics education,

funds to be used for all education related

expenses including calculator and/or

software.

LSC-Tomball President’s - Minimum 6 credit hour

student, minimum 2.5 GPA.

Tomball Rotary Club - Minimum 6 credit hour

student, minimum 2.5 GPA.

LSC-Tomball Mathematics Department - Minimum

6 credit hour student, minimum 2.8 GPA,

enrolled in a math course - may be at a

developmental level, funds to be used for

tuition, special fees, books, calculator or

software.

Nitin B. Sarangapani - Minimum 6 credit hour

student, minimum 2.5 GPA, former veteran of

armed forces, academic discipline is math,

computer science or biology, funds to be used

for all education related expenses.

Ken and Melba Graham Nursing Endowment in

Honor of Kathleen Graham Semmler - Full-time

student, enrolled in nursing program.

Bill Stafford Memorial - Full time student, minimum

3.0 GPA, pursuing a career change and

enrolled in a program leading to employment

in social work, counseling or teaching, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, and books.

J. Anthony Walter, M.D. - Full-time student,

enrolled in Engineering Technology, funds to

be used for tuition, special fees, and books.

Ryan Paul Whitaker Memorial Nursing - Full-time

student, minimum 2.5 GPA, student age 25 or

older, academic discipline is nursing, funds to

be used for all education related expenses.

Grants/Application Processing

1. Apply for aid as soon as possible after

January 1 each year for the following fall

term.

2. Complete and mail the Free Application for

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or apply on the

Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Complete your

FAFSA application according to your previous

year tax return. If you need assistance in

completing the form, contact a financial aid

advisor at the college you plan to attend.

Complete the required LSCS financial aid

worksheet available at any of the system’s

financial aid offices and Web site.

3. Allow four to six weeks after submitting the

FAFSA application to the federal processing

center to receive a response. If you complete

the FAFSA via the Web, this process could

take as little as four days. You will receive a

Student Aid Report (SAR) and any institution

you list on the FAFSA will receive an Institutional

Student Information Record (ISIR).

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4. Complete the additional LSCS forms and

submit them to the college financial aid

office along with your student aid report.

Once the LSCS application for financial assistance

and your SAR report are received

by the financial aid office, the verification

of your paperwork can begin.

5. The financial aid office at the college you

plan to attend will review your application

and provide you with needed additional

forms and help you resolve any issues that

may exist in your file. It is recommended

that you respond promptly to any request

made by the financial aid office.

6. In order to receive financial aid at any college

in the system, a student must have been

admitted as a regular student, must have

officially declared a degree or certificate

major and must make satisfactory academic

progress in accordance with system policy.

For a copy of this policy, contact the financial

aid office at the college you plan to

attend.

Need-Based (Title IV) Programs

NOTE: Most need-based grants (with the

exception of a Federal Pell Grant) are awarded

on a first-come, first-served basis. Students who

wish to be considered for these awards should

have their file completed PRIOR to May 1 for the

following fall and spring enrollment periods.

Federal Pell Grant (PELL) - A federal grant designed

to help students with financial need

obtain their first undergraduate degree. The

maximum annual grant for the 2010-11 year

is $5,550. Eligible students may still be

considered after May 1 for the Pell Grant.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity

Grant (FSEOG) - A federal and institutionmatched

need-based grant. Priority is

given to those students who demonstrate a

significant need and qualify for a Federal

Pell Grant. Most awards at LSCS range from

$500 to $4,000 per year.

Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership

(LEAP) and Special Educational Assistance

Partnership (SLEAP) - A federal and statematched

need-based grant designed to assist

students who have a high financial need.

Federal Work Study Program (FWS) - A federal

and college-matched work program which

provides jobs for students who have a financial

need. Students apply for these jobs

through the employment/financial aid office

at the college they plan to attend during the

school year. Students normally work 15 to

19 hours per week and begin at minimum

wage. Awards at LSCS range from $2,000

to $6,000 per year. Diverse positions are

available at the campuses.

Texas College Work Study Program (TCWS)-A

state and institutionally-matched work study

program similar to the federal work study program.

Awards at LSCS range from $2,000

to $3,200 per year. Program participation

is limited to fall and spring terms only.

Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG)-A

state grant made available to students who

demonstrate high financial need and who are

enrolled in at least six hours. The student may

not qualify for TEXAS Grant in order to qualify

for TEOG. The maximum award is $1,730

per year for fall and spring only.

Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) - A grant

fund made available from tuition revenues

to assist LSCS students in financial need.

Awards generally range from $100 to

$2,000 per year.

Towards Excellence and Success Grant (TEXAS)-

A state grant made available to students who

graduate from high school with a “Recommended

Advanced High School, Advanced

High School Honor, or Distinguished High

School” seal on their high school transcript.

A high school transcript with this seal must

be on file at the college the student will be

attending. Students must enroll in at least nine

hours. Enrollment has to be within 16 months

after the month of high school graduation.

The maximum award is $1,730 per year for

fall and spring only.

Students may contact the financial aid office at

the college they plan to attend or may visit our

Web site at www.LoneStar.edu for a copy of the

LSCS award guidelines.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE

FINANCIAL

INFORMATION

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Refund Policy For Students

Receiving Financial Aid

Any student attending LSCS and receiving Title

IV (PELL, FSEOG, FFE loans) assistance is treated

differently for refund purposes effective Oct. 7,

2000. This procedure applies only to Title IV

recipients who totally withdraw prior to the 60

percent date in the enrollment term.

1. The percent of the term that the student

completes will be the percent of the amount

of Title IV assistance that the student will be

permitted to keep.

2. The percent will be calculated and the remaining

amount that the student received

will have to be returned to the Title IV funds

in the order that the law prescribes.

3. The student must also repay the portion

of unearned institution charges which are

returned to the Department of Education on

their behalf.

4. The student will be notified by the financial

aid office of the amount owed to the Department

of Education (ED). The student will be

allowed 45 days to pay in full to LSCS the

debt they owe to ED. After the 45 days, the

debt will be referred to the Department of

Education for collection.

5. The student must either pay the debt in full

to LSCS or make payment arrangements

with ED in order to maintain eligibility for

Title IV funds.

6. All students who receive Title IV assistance

will need to consider very carefully the ramifications

of completely withdrawing from all

of their classes. Examples and information

are available in the financial aid offices.

7. Once refund amounts have been determined

for any Title IV recipient, they will

be refunded to the Title IV programs in the

following order:

Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loans

Subsidized Stafford Student Loans

Plus Loan program

Pell Grant program

SEOG Grant program

Robert C. Byrd Honor Scholarship

Other Financial Aid Information

On-Campus Employment - A limited number

of jobs are available at each college to

employ students part time at minimum wage.

These jobs are primarily clerical and aim to

assist the student with the cost of education.

Students interested in applying for these

positions should obtain an application for

employment or visit the financial aid office

at the college where they desire to work.

Federal Stafford Loan - The LSCS colleges participate

in the Federal Direct Student Loan

Program, referred to as FDSLP or Direct

Loans. The FDSLP includes both subsidized

and unsubsidized student loans and PLUS

loans for parents. In the FDSLP, the lender is

the United States government through the US

Department of Education. To be processed

for a Direct Student Loan, students must

complete the grant application (FAFSA),

attend an entrance counseling session, and

meet all eligibility criteria. The amounts listed

below are maximum annual loan limits. Your

individual eligibility will be determined by

your financial aid counselor. Additionally

all federal student loans are disbursed no

earlier than 30 days after you begin attending

classes. Please contact the financial aid

office at the college that you are planning

to attend for more information.

Dependent Students

Freshman - up to $5,500 (max $3,500 subsidized)

Sophomore - up to $6,500

(max $4,500 subsidized)

Independent Students

Freshman - up to $9,500 (max $3,500 subsidized)

Sophomore - up to $10,500

(max $4,500 subsidized)

Federal Parent Loan for the Undergraduate

Student (PLUS) - Dependent students whose

parents request a PLUS loan are eligible to

borrow up to the cost of attendance minus

any other financial aid received. This loan

is a credit-based loan. Students who are not

making satisfactory academic progress as

defined by the college may have a restriction

imposed on their application for these loans.

Additional information and applications are

available in the financial aid offices.

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INFORMATION

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56 LSCS Catalog 2010/2011

Installment Payment Plans - Students may defer

one half of eligible tuition and fee charges

by obtaining an installment payment plan.

This plan is available for fall and spring

semesters only, and must be obtained

through MyRecords/myLoneStar - Financial

Information. One half of eligible tuition and

fees is due up front, and the remainder is

deferred in two equal installments. A $20

payment plan fee is assessed and due upon

enrollment in the plan. A $25 late fee will

be assessed on each delinquent installment.

For more information visit LoneStar.edu/

payment-plan.htm.

LSCS Short-Term Loans - Funds may be available

to students with special financial needs

to defer the initial cost of registration. The

loan is to be repaid according to a schedule

that is given to the student when the loan

is approved.

The Hazlewood Act for Texas Veterans - The

State of Texas provides a tuition and fee

exemption for any student who:

1. Was a U.S. citizen and a resident of the

state of Texas at the time of entry into active

duty, and

2. Was honorably discharged from the military

(this does not include general or dishonorable

discharges), and

3. Has exhausted or is not entitled to any VA

educational benefits, and

4. Is classified as a Texas resident for tuition

purposes, and

5. Is not in default on a loan made or guaranteed

by the Federal Government or the

state of Texas, and

6. Has attempted fewer than 15 credit hours

using the Hazelwood Act exemption beginning

with fall 2005.

Students who wish to use this program for this

academic year must have the following:

• Completed Hazlewood application

• VA form DD214 indicating “Honorable

Discharge,” a non-entitlement letter from

the VA

• Proof of current status regarding eligibility

• Documentation of Texas residency at the

time of veteran service

• Benefits letter from Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Scholarships - Various individuals, local businesses,

civic groups and organizations

contribute to the LSCS scholarship programs.

Requirements and award amounts vary. General

scholarship applications are available

at each of the financial aid offices. College

scholarship committees evaluate scholarship

applications. For a comprehensive list of opportunities

and application deadlines, check

with each college’s financial aid office. The

LSCS application deadline is April 1 for fall

and Oct. 1 for spring.

The Hope Scholarship Tax Credit - The Hope

Scholarship is actually a tax credit, not a

scholarship. A family must file a tax return

and owe taxes to take advantage of it. The

Hope credit is not refundable for families

who do not pay taxes, who owe less in taxes

than the maximum amount of the Hope tax

credit for which the family is eligible or who

receive financial assistance that pays tuition

and fees. Generally, the Hope Tax Credit

is available for freshman and sophomore

students only.

A family may claim a tax credit of up to

$1,500 per tax year for each eligible

dependent. This can be done for up to two

tax years. A family may claim up to 100

percent of the first $1,000 of eligible expenses

and 50 percent of the next $1,000

for a maximum credit of $1,500.

The actual amount of the credit depends on

the family’s income, the amount of qualified

tuition and fees paid, and the amount of

certain scholarships, grants and exemptions

subtracted from tuition. The total maximum

credit also is based on the number of eligible

dependents.

Students must keep a copy of the payments

made to LSCS for tuition and fees or ask

the business office at the college they are

attending for this amount. The form 1098T

will be mailed to the IRS and to the students

reporting enrollment for the previous fiscal

year by January 31.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE

FINANCIAL

INFORMATION

LSCS Catalog 2010/2011 57

Tuition Exemptions for Fire Science &

Emergency Medical Services

Eligibility for tuition exemptions under Texas

Education Code 54.208:

• A student must be employed as a firefighter

in Texas and have documentation from the

Fire Chief of their paid status.

• Tuition exemptions will be granted for

all FIRS, FIRT and EMSP courses and will

be granted for both credit and non-credit

courses.

• Laboratory, equipment rental and other fees

will not be exempted.

• Students enrolled in an Associate Degree

or Certificate Program in Fire Science of

Emergency Medical Services may request an

exemption for all courses including general

education courses required for the degree

program. General Education courses not

required for degree/certificate completion

or applied toward that degree or certificate

completion will not be exempted.

VETERAN BENEFITS

LSCS is approved by the Texas Veterans Commission

under the provisions of Title 38, U.S. Code

for VA educational benefits to train veterans and

other eligible persons for approved programs

and courses required for those programs.

Students requesting the Montgomery GI Bill, Post

9/11 GI Bill, or Vocational Rehabilitation educational

benefits must complete an application

and provide additional forms to the LSCS Veteran

Services office. Applications can be picked up

at the financial aid office or downloaded from

the Veteran Services Web site LoneStar.edu/

veterans.

Montgomery GI Bill (chapter 30), Selected Reserve

(chapters 1606/1607), and dependent

education assistance (chapter 35): All tuition and

fees are the student’s responsibility and must be

paid by due date.

Post 9/11 GI Bill ( chapter 33): Tuition and fees

are paid directly to the school and are awarded

by LSCS Veteran Services office. Students are

responsible for tuition and fees not covered by

Veteran Affairs.

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment

(chapter 31): Tuition and fees are paid directly

to the school. Student must obtain approval from

VA case manager. Students are responsible for

tuition and fees not covered by VA.

All VA education benefits: Benefits are paid

directly to the student after the VA has approved

educational benefits and the student has attended

at least the first month of classes.

Additional information can be found on the

VA Web site www.gibill.va.gov or by contacting

the VA Regional Processing Office at

1.888.442.4551.

Certification Requirements:

• Students must follow an LSCS degree plan.

Only courses that apply to the specific degree

plan will be approved for benefits.

• Students must provide an official transcript

from all previously attended post secondary

schools by the end of the first semester. This

includes non-accredited institutions.

• Students must notify the LSCS Veteran Services

office upon registration in order to

request certification for each semester.

• Students should allow 4 to 6 weeks for

processing paperwork at the LSCS Veteran

Services office and additional processing

time for the VA Regional Office.

Note: Please refer to the LSCS Veteran Services

Web site for additional requirements, updates,

and information, as well as, resources

for your education and benefits.

Standard of Progress:

VA regulations require that a student receiving VA

educational benefits make satisfactory progress

according to the “academic policies” section

in the LSCS catalog. If a student is placed on

suspension, the VA may suspend the students VA

benefits for the following semester. Please refer

to the VA GI Bill Web site at www.gibill.va.gov

for policies pertaining to suspension.

Tutorial assistance:

The VA provides additional financial assistance

for students who need tutorial help. There are

certain restrictions and requirements in order to

obtain this assistance. Please contact the LSCS

Veteran Services office to apply for this assistance.

Contact LSCS Veteran Services office at

281.290.2898 or 281.290.2897 or e-mail

gibill@lonestar.edu.


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PROCEDURES

RECORDS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

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