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Academic Success: Financial Literacy

Centralized information for Limestone students, faculty and staff.

Financial Aid

Resources

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Did You Know...?

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  • 92% of LC students receive financial aid
  • 94% of LC students with finaincial aid receive loans
  • 91% of these loans are Federal
  • 7% of loans are private loans
  • All loans have to be repaid
  • Scholarships and Grants are gift aid (do not have to be paid back)

Financial Avenue (select the image to access)

Login to Financial Avenue and create an account (request code from instructor).

Complete the following modules in Financial Avenue:

  1. Psychology of Money
  2. Foundations of Money
  3. Earning Money
  4. College and Money
  5. Spending and Borrowing

After each module completion, send your professor a screen shot of the completed modules (you may use your phone to take the screen shot).

Finances, Credits, and Remittances

Please make sure to complete your Cares Act, Higher Education Emergency Relief Certification Agreement.  This is required to process your request for funding.
https://portal.limestone.edu/ICS/Forms/Default_Page.jnz?portlet=J1_FormFlow_-_Forms&screen=FormView&screenType=change&form=5c0c5f66-460e-457d-b840-c94ce970511f<

Care's Act Agreement

Please make sure to complete your Cares Act, Higher Education Emergency Relief Certification Agreement.  This is required to process your request for funding.
https://portal.limestone.edu/ICS/Forms/Default_Page.jnz?portlet=J1_FormFlow_-_Forms&screen=FormView&screenType=change&form=5c0c5f66-460e-457d-b840-c94ce970511f

My Student Account

Introduction to the Business Office and student financial information.

FAQ's

Useful Numbers

Counseling Services

University Nurse (Student Health Center)

Campus Safety

Contact Numbers

On Campus - 8344

Off-Campus - 864-488-8344

Emergency - 911

Chat with a Librarian

Your Financial Success at Limestone

Paying for College

Paying for College

Learn the basics of financial aid. Here's where you can:

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  • Explore financial aid options, including state and federal grant programs, non-governmental grants, school-based scholarships, employer-provided scholarships, profile scholarships, as well as the Federal Work-Study program
  • Gain an understanding of the difference between subsidized direct loans, unsubsidized direct loans, PLUS loans, and private loans
If you are experiencing problems with our guides, please contact Janet S. Ward, jward@limestone.edu, Associate Professor and Web Services Librarian.