The purpose of this guide is to provide easy access to information about financial aid for the LU community.
Information about Financial Aid on Campus can be found at the Financial Aid Office.
Their website may be found here:
Their office is found here:
820 Chestnut Street, 103 Young Hall
Jefferson City, MO 65102
You can email us at:
You can call us at:
You can fax us at:
More contact information can be found at:
One definition of Financial Aid is that it describes the location of the office for obtaining fiscal assistance to attend university level courses on a campus. The office related to this task will usually include some form of the name, Financial Aid.
Another definition has to do with obtaining fiscal assistance for higher education through federal, state, institutional or private sources. These agencies may provide financial aid various forms, including: loans, grants, employment or scholarships.
Finally, Financial Aid, as a process, requires being willing to do the legwork of searching, finding, filling out and filing forms and other application data, waiting for acceptance or rejection and then following up on any other necessary steps, such as paying off one's student loans. The most common form for federal aid is the FAFSA. Both federal and state agencies may use the FASFA as a way of gaining meaningful data, which will assist them with determining the level of assistance a student may need.
Most often financial aid is determined by fiscal need, although sometimes it is merit-based. The usual basic requirements are:
Here are a few more facts:
Students should check their campus email reguarly. All email content will be sent to a student's official campus email address.