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Catalog and Student Handbook 2019-2020

How to Apply

To apply for financial aid, students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). By completing the required FAFSA, students may be considered for federal, state, and Labouré College financial aid. The quickest and easiest way to apply is online at

To fully utilize the online application, students (and their parents, if relevant) may obtain Federal Student Aid (FSA) user name and passwords from the US Department of Education to sign in and then complete the FAFSA application electronically. Students can obtain FSA user names at

If students do not have internet access at home, they may use the College library or computer lab. Students may also make an appointment with the Department of Financial Aid for assistance with completing the FAFSA. Students will be asked to provide the College’s Federal School Code (006324) when completing the FAFSA. Students should read all instructions carefully and answer questions accurately. Students should respond in a timely manner to requests for information by the Department of Financial Aid. Students may be required to submit verification forms, copies of their federal tax return transcripts from the IRS, and other information. The Department of Financial Aid will notify students via the student’s Labouré College email, or for prospective students, the email address provided on the FAFSA, if they are required to supply further verification or if they have been awarded financial aid.

Financial aid status can also be viewed on the financial aid website: This site can be used to view and download any missing documentation as well as to view, modify, and accept financial aid awards.

Adjustment of Financial Aid

All financial aid awards from Labouré College are based on information provided by the applicant and are subject to review and revisions and/or cancelations due to changes in federal, state, or institutional regulations or policies, changes to the applicant's expected family contribution (EFC), receipt of additional financial aid, receipt of VA educational benefits, or an error made in the calculation of eligibility or calculation of any award by the College or donor. Labouré College reserves the right to correct clerical or computational errors that may result in an over award or under award. 

Labouré College reserves the right to review, adjust, or cancel awards at any time because of changes in a student's financial, academic status, academic program, enrollment status (full-time to part-time), or student's code of conduct violations, or if the student fails to meet the requirements of the College's Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. Awards are contingent upon actual receipt and verification of funds by Labouré College. If adjustments are made to the College's federal and/or state allocations, the College reserves the right to adjust individual institutional aid awards at the beginning of each semester, as necessary. All students' financial aid awards, including College institutional aid, are contingent on the availability of funds. The Department of Financial Aid reserves the right to review and cancel awards at any time. 

Students receiving outside assistance must notify the Department of Financial Aid. At no time can total assistance (including scholarships and loans from outside agencies) exceed the cost of attendance.