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Lyndon State College
Lyndonville, United States- Vermont



   

University description (as per official university website)

Fast Facts

Did you know…

* Year founded: 1911
* Acreage: 185
* Number of buildings: 22
* Number of employees: 59 full-time faculty, 130 staff and administrators, and about 103 adjunct faculty members
* Number of students: 1,521
* Percentage of in-state (64%) and out-of-state students (36%)
* Percentage of male students (51%) and female students (49%)
* Percentage of Northeast Kingdom students: 33%
* Percentage of New England students: 95%
* Percentage of adult learners: 16%
* Number of students housed in the residence halls: 710 (fall 2009)
* The retention percentage for first-year students (fall ’08 to spring ’09): 85.6% and (fall ’08 to fall ’09 ): 61.4%
* The overall retention rate percentage of students (fall to fall): 72% and (fall to spring): 89.2%
* Percentage of residence students versus commuters: 46%
* Number of majors: 28 undergraduate bachelor’s programs
* Career placement within six months after graduation: 91% for 2008 graduates
* Number of students graduated in 2008: 194
* Ratio of faculty to students: 15 students per 1 faculty member
* Ratio of computers to students: 5 students per 1 computer
* Percentage of full-time faculty with terminal degrees in their fields: 93%
* Average class size: 15 students
* Graduation rate: 33% (compared to national average of 32%)
* Percentage of first-in-family students: 53%
* Tuition in state: $7,992
* Tuition out of state: $17,232
* Room and board: $7,808
* Percentage of students on financial aid: 85%
* Percentage of students that work on campus: 15%
* State appropriations, as a percentage of revenue: 18.6%
* Annual operating budget: $29 million
* Size of endowment: $2,731,936
* Private giving: $567,000 (fiscal year 2008)
* Federal grants: $2,857,604 (fiscal year 2008)


Financial Aid & Scholarships


**FINANCIAL AID NEWS** Congress has recently approved changes to the federal education loan programs. Beginning with Summer 2010 all Stafford and PLUS loans will be processed through the William D. Ford Direct Loan Program. Stafford and PLUS loans will no longer be available through Federal Family Education Loan lenders such as VSAC, Sallie Mae or Discover, etc. Returning student and parent borrowers must complete a new Direct Loan Master Promissory Note for 2010-2011. Don't delay, complete your promissory note now!

Lyndon's Student Services Center staff is committed to providing you with the information you need to minimize the confusion, emotion, and frustration you may experience in meeting your college financial obligations.

Where to start? At the beginning:

* All students wishing to be considered for financial aid must complete and submit The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
* The FAFSA may be submitted online (recommended) or on paper
* The FAFSA requires the student and one parent to obtain a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to e-sign the form
* Lyndon's code for the FAFSA is 003689. Entering this code ensures that your FAFSA will be forwarded to Lyndon for review

Other valuable information:

* Funding for your education can come in different forms, including grants, scholarships, loans and work-study jobs.
* Approximately 85% of Lyndon's undergraduate students receive some form of aid
* For information on Federal Financial Aid see 2010-2011 Funding Education Beyond High School

The links on the left will supply you with detailed information. If you can't find what you are looking for there, let us know. We want to help ensure that you are aware of all aid opportunities that may be available to you.



Website:: http://www.lsc.vsc.edu/
Email: admissions@lyndonstate.edu
Scholarships section: Scholarships website section
Scholarships email: admissions@lyndonstate.edu






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