EP#29: The New LCCC Scholarship App

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Today we discuss ways of avoiding debt by using the new scholarship app through Lorain County Community College (LCCC) with Sarah Nau, Financial aid specialist of LCCC. 

Sarah Nau has over 27 years experience helping students and parents navigate the financial aid system by making the complicated application process easy to complete. One of her current projects is overseeing the new scholarship app at Lorain County Community College. 

Here is important information about using the app:  

  1. Click on this link to go the LCCC Scholarships app: https://myscholarships.lorainccc.edu/
  2. If you are a current student, use your LCCC email address and password to login.
  3. Not all scholarships require an essay!

If you are currently enrolled in college or are thinking about enrolling in the fall, I encourage you to take some time to seek out scholarship opportunities and look for ways to complete a degree, debt free. And if you are a Lorain County Community College student, I invite you to check out the new scholarship app on at myscholarships.lorainccc.edu

Finally, if you are unsure about your career direction and want help on completing a degree, debt free, you can reach me, Janet Maltbie, at noloanzone.com/contact. I meet with students and adults in transition so you can reach their career goals.  I also teach a totally online career exploration class through Lorain County Community College, called  Career Exploration and Life Planning, SDEV 103. 

Podcast #55: The New LCCC Scholarship App, Podcasts

EP#55: The New LCCC Scholarship App

Sarah Nau discussed the new LCCC Scholarship App.

Today we discuss ways of avoiding debt by using the new scholarship app through Lorain County Community College (LCCC) with Sarah Nau, Financial aid specialist of LCCC. 

Sarah Nau has over 27 years experience helping students and parents navigate the financial aid system by making the complicated application process easy to complete. One of her current projects is overseeing the new scholarship app at Lorain County Community College. 

Here is important information about using the app:  

  1. Click on this link to go the LCCC Scholarships app: https://myscholarships.lorainccc.edu/
  2. If you are a current student, use your LCCC email address and password to login.
  3. Not all scholarships require an essay!

If you are currently enrolled in college or are thinking about enrolling in the fall, I encourage you to take some time to seek out scholarship opportunities and look for ways to complete a degree, debt free. And if you are a Lorain County Community College student, I invite you to check out the new scholarship app on at myscholarships.lorainccc.edu

Finally, if you are unsure about your career direction and want help on completing a degree, debt free, you can reach me, Janet Maltbie, at noloanzone.com/contact. I meet with students and adults in transition so you can reach their career goals.  I also teach a totally online career exploration class through Lorain County Community College, called  Career Exploration and Life Planning, SDEV 103. 

Podcast #54: Biggest Financial Aid Miistakes, Podcasts

EP#54: The Biggest Financial Aid Mistakes Students Make

Sarah Nau speaks on financial aid.

Paying for college can be expensive and frustrating. Many take out student loans while every year millions of dollars in scholarship money goes unawarded. 

Today we discuss ways of avoiding the biggest financial aid mistakes students make with Sarah Nau, Financial aid specialist of Lorain County Community College. 

Sarah Nau has over 27 years experience helping students and parents navigate the financial aid system by making the complicated application process easy to complete.

One of her current projects is overseeing the new scholarship app at Lorain County Community College. 

Here are ways to avoid making big financial aid mistakes:  

  1. Don’t assume you won’t get aid. Complete the FAFSA: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
  2. Apply for scholarships even in the spring semester: Don’t assume it is too late.
  3. Update your contact information. Check your school’s email regularly.

If you are currently enrolled in college or are thinking about enrolling in the fall, I encourage you to take some time to seek out scholarship opportunities and look for ways to complete a degree, debt free.

And if you are a Lorain County Community College student, I invite you to check out the new scholarship app on at myscholarships.lorainccc.edu

Finally, if you are unsure about your career direction and want help on completing a degree, debt free, you can reach me, Janet Maltbie, at noloanzone.com/contact.

I meet with students and adults in transition so you can reach their career goals. 

I also teach a totally online career exploration class through Lorain County Community College, called  Career Exploration and Life Planning, SDEV 103. 

EP#28: The Biggest Financial Aid Mistakes Students Make

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EP#28: The Biggest Financial Aid Mistakes Students Make
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Paying for college can be expensive and frustrating. Many take out student loans while every year millions of dollars in scholarship money goes unawarded.  Today we discuss ways of avoiding the biggest financial aid mistakes students make with Sarah Nau, Financial aid specialist of Lorain County Community College. 

Sarah Nau has over 27 years experience helping students and parents navigate the financial aid system by making the complicated application process easy to complete. One of her current projects is overseeing the new scholarship app at Lorain County Community College. 

Here are ways to avoid making big financial aid mistakes:  

  1. Don’t assume you won’t get aid. Complete the FAFSA: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
  2. Apply for scholarships even in the spring semester: Don’t assume it is too late.
  3. Update your contact information. Check your school’s email regularly.

If you are currently enrolled in college or are thinking about enrolling in the fall, I encourage you to take some time to seek out scholarship opportunities and look for ways to complete a degree, debt free. And if you are a Lorain County Community College student, I invite you to check out the new scholarship app on at myscholarships.lorainccc.edu

Finally, if you are unsure about your career direction and want help on completing a degree, debt free, you can reach me, Janet Maltbie, at noloanzone.com/contact. I meet with students and adults in transition so you can reach their career goals.  I also teach a totally online career exploration class through Lorain County Community College, called  Career Exploration and Life Planning, SDEV 103. 

Podcast #10 So you want to return to school, Podcasts

EP#10 So you want to return to school and receive financial aid

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Are you an older adult looking to return to school? Debbie Wood and Sarah Nau discuss returning to school as adult learners. As financial aid specialists at LCCC, both Debbie and Sarah share how they help students with questions regarding the application and disbursement of financial aid scholarships, grants and loans. We also highlight the Incentive Award offered to non-traditional students who are interested in completing 6 or more credits at LCCC. For this award you must be a veteran, or are over 24 years old, or support a child. For more information regarding this award contact financial aid at 440-366-4034 and ask about the Incentive Award.