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Financial Aid and Scholarships
Federal Grants
Federal Pell Grant
The Pell Grant is one of the most popular types of federal financial
aid. For many students, a Pell Grant provides the foundation onto
which other types of financial aid may be added. You are not
required to pay back a Pell Grant after you graduate, and only
undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's degree
(four-year college degree) or a professional degree are eligible to
receive a Pell Grant.

To apply for a Pell Grant, you must complete a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can apply only at FAFSA on the
Web. When you submit your FAFSA, the U.S. Department of
Education uses a formula developed by congress to evaluate your
eligibility. This standard formula produces an Expected Family
Contribution (EFC). A Student Aid Report (SAR) containing your EFC
and other important information will be mailed to your home. Each
college you listed on your FAFSA will receive your EFC
electronically.

The maximum Pell Grant for the 2008-2009 academic year is


expected to be $4,731 based on anticipated federal funding levels.
The amount of money you will be eligible for depends on your EFC,
Cost of Attendance (COA), and Enrollment Status. You can receive
only one Pell Grant during any academic year, and you cannot
receive Pell Grant funds at more than one college at a time.

Alice Lloyd College will process your financial aid and present you
with a Financial Aid Package once your enrollment has been verified
by our Admissions Office. Your financial aid package will explain the
amount of your Pell Grant and any other financial aid that you are
eligible to receive for the current academic year. The Pell Grant will
be paid at least once per term (semester) as long as you maintain
Satisfactory Academic Progress (PDF/25KB) and meet all other
eligibility requirements.

Federal Supplemental Educational


Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
A Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) is
for undergraduate students with exceptional financial need-that is,
students with the lowest Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
Priority is given to students who receive the Federal Pell Grant. An
FSEOG does not have to be paid back.

The U.S. Department of Education guarantees that each


participating school will receive enough money to pay the Federal
Pell Grants of its eligible students. There is no guarantee every
eligible student will be able to receive an FSEOG; students at ALC
will be awarded an FSEOG based on the availability of funds.
The amount of a FSEOG award will vary from college to college for
the 2008-2009 academic year, depending on when you apply, your
level of need, and other financial resources assisting you in
attending college. The FSEOG will be paid at least once per term
(semester) as long as you maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
(PDF/25KB) and meet all other FSEOG

Other Federal Grants and Loans


For more information on these specific Federal Grants and Loans,
please click on the links provided.

Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)

National SMART Grant

Federal Stafford Loans

State Grants and Scholarships


The Commonwealth of Kentucky offers various grants and
scholarships for its residents. For more information on these
financial opportunities, please click on the links provided.

Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES)

CAP

Kentucky Tuition Grant (KTG)

KHEAA Teacher Scholarship

Institutional Grants and Scholarships


Minority Grant
Alice Lloyd College offers a room and board guarantee for qualified
minority students from its 108 county Central Appalachian service
area. This grant is awarded for a total of 10 semesters, provided
that reasonable progress is made toward the completion of a
degree. The guarantee is met through a combination of federal,
state, and institutional grants and earnings from participation in the
Student Work Program.

Minimum Criteria for Minority Grants:

• Be a United States citizen and a resident of the 108-


county service area
• Complete a separate scholarship application and write
an essay on "Why I would like to attend Alice Lloyd College
on a Minority Scholarship"
• Have a processed Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) and be accepted for admission
• Demonstrate financial need
• Maintain a "C" average after the second year to be able
to renew the scholarship
• The application for the Minority Scholarship is available
through the Admissions Office

Appalachian Leaders College Scholarship


Alice Lloyd College awards tuition guarantees for residents of 108
Central Appalachian counties, regardless of income, who are eligible
for admission. Students for this special service area will have their
cost of education (tuition) met by a combination of grants,
scholarships, and participation in a required Student Work Program.
The scholarship is renewable for 10 semesters upon maintaining
satisfactory progress toward completion of a degree.

Minimum Criteria for Appalachian Leaders College Scholarship:

• Resident in the 108-county service area


• 2.25 high school GPA (in core curriculum classes)
• 17 composite ACT score
• 12 core curriculum credits (minimum)

Alice Lloyd College Distinguished Scholar's


Program
The Alice Lloyd College Distinguished Scholar's Program provides
academic scholarships for a select number of students from our 108
Central Appalachian county service area who have a commitment to
service in the Appalachian region. The scholarship covers the full
cost of education while attending ALC, provides money toward
books, and ensures continued assistance throughout graduate
and/or professional school. The amount of assistance while in
graduate and/or professional school varies depending on the course
of study and the school of attendance.

Minimum Criteria for Alice Lloyd College Distinguished Scholar's


Program:

• 3.5 high school GPA (in core curriculum classes)


• 27 composite ACT score or 1820 composite New SAT
score
• Exemplary character as evidenced by outstanding
leadership and/or community service

Alice Lloyd College Endowed Scholarships


Due to the generosity of alumni, staff, trustees, churches, societies,
businesses, foundations, and countless friends across America,
students from the 108-county service area in central Appalachia
may attend Alice Lloyd College regardless of financial
circumstances. Tuition is guaranteed through several sources, but
in particular through endowed scholarships that produce income to
fund the supreme financial aid packages available to qualified
students. The following scholarships are awarded annually, and
donors receive detailed reports along with personal letters from
students who benefit from the funds.

The Kenneth Allen Endowed Scholarship, an academic


scholarship; renewable through graduation; financial need is not a
consideration; resume required.

The Hattie Bailey Endowed Scholarship, for students from


Eastern Kentucky counties.

The H. N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation Scholarship, for


students pursuing advanced, professional degrees in medical fields.

Caney Cottage Scholarship, for students continuing their


educations toward advanced, professional degrees.

The Doll Blair Memorial Scholarship, for students from Letcher


County or Knott County, Kentucky.

The Pauline Bowling Endowed Scholarship, for students from


the ALC service area.

The Teamus Bowling Endowed Scholarship, an academic


scholarship; preference will be given to Eagle Scouts (interest in
science; willingness to help others; ambitious; practical; persistent;
good citizenship (Scout Law); resume required.)

Alfred and Shirley Caudill Endowed Scholarship, to assist with


expenses of an Executive in Residence or students involved in Phi
Beta Lambda.

Gordon E. Caudill Endowed Scholarship, for students from the


ALC service area.

The Charles F. Clark Scholarship, preference given to students


from Floyd County, Kentucky, majoring in education.
The Willard H. Clatworthy Scholarship in memory of Monroe
and Golda Maggard Wicker, for students who are gifted
scholastically; financially needy; preferably from one of these
Kentucky counties: Knott, Floyd, Johnson, Martin, Pike, Letcher,
Breathitt, Perry, Maggoffin, Harlan.

The Hollie Conley Scholarship, for a Floyd County freshman;


academic excellence; financial need; preference will be given to
pre-law students.

The Jerry C. Davis Endowed Scholarship, for students from the


ALC or JBS service area; financial need; any class rank; minimum
3.0 GPA; may be renewed up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Jesse and Margaret Dutra Endowed Scholarship, for


needy and deserving students.

The Samuel and Edna Enix Endowed Scholarship, for needy


Appalachian students; preferrably from Eastern Kentucky.

The George J. Eyrick, Jr. Pre-Engineering Scholarship, for


students planning to enter the engineering field.

The Mary Ann Fain Endowed Scholarship, for students within


the ALC service area.

The Grace Edith Farr Memorial Scholarship Fund, for students


within the ALC service area.

The Isaac and Imogene Fugate Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The James and Virginia Goble Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area with 1st preference to Floyd
County, 2nd preference to Kentucky; financial need; any class rank
minimum 3.0 GPA, renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The W. R. Griffin Endowed Scholarship, for students from


Eastern Kentucky counties within the ALC service area.

The Ben Hall Endowed Scholarship, for Floyd County, Kentucky,


students; non-academic basis; financial need; renewable up to 4
years.

The Palmer L. Hall Living Endowment Fund, to provide


scholarships for students who are decendants of the Hall family
and/or from Floyd County, Kentucky.

The Garnet Hartry Endowed Scholarhship, an academic


scholarship; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable for 3 years; financial
need a consideration; resume and references required.

The William S. Hayes Endowed Scholarship, for students from


Eastern Kentucky Counties within the ALC service area; financial
need; any class rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years
or until graduation.

The Richard E. and Carolyn V. Hilligoss Endowed Scholarship


in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schneider, for students
enrolled in English, Literature or Drama classes or involved in a
drama production.

The Richard E. and Carolyn V. Hilligoss Endowed Scholarship


in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hilligoss, for students who
are members of the Voices of Appalachia or enrolled in music
courses.

The Andrea Hover Endowed Scholarship, for students enrolled


in the Voices of Appalachia, who play musical instruments, or have
musical backgrounds.
The Buena Howell Endowed Scholarship, for biology majors
with a 3.0 GPA or better.

The Erna E. Jamieson Endowed Scholarhsip, for students within


the ALC service area; financial need; any class rank; minimum 3.0
GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Ordell Ray Johnson Fund, an academic scholarship for


students from Pike, Floyd, Martin, Knott, Johnson counties in
Kentucky or Mingo, Logan, Wayne counties in WV; renewable for 3
years; financial need a consideration; resume and references
required.

The Mary A. B. DuPont Laird Scholarship, for students within


the ALC service area.

The J. Onis Leonard Endowed Scholarship, for students within


the ALC service area.

The Loraine Burton McGuire Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; preference will be given to
Carter County; financial need; any class rank; minimum 3.0 GPA;
renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Ruth Schweyer Moran Scholarship, for students within the


ALC service area.

The National Presbyterian Church Women's Association


Scholarship, for students with financial need; participation in
school, community, and church activities will be a consideration;
references required.

The Frances and Russell Newton Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.
The Dorothy M. Okert Scholarship, for female business
administration majors.

The Billie and Curtis Owens Endowed Scholarship for Cordia


High School Students, for Cordia High School students; financial
need; any class rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years
or until graduation.

The Owsley-Shrout Scholarship, for students within the ALC


service area; financial need; any class rank; minimum 3.0 GPA;
renewalable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Pleas B. Park and Jason K. Williams Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area.

The Sarah Music Laven Memorial Purpose Road Scholarship,


for Floyd County students; selection process will be prior to
fall/spring enrollment.

Rebecca Reed Endowed Scholarship, for students within the


ALC service area; financial need; any class rank; minimum 2.5
GPA; no athletes; renewable up to 4 years or until graduation;
candidates must submit written statements of why they need the
scholarship; the Reed family chooses recipients from candidates.

The Edwin and Dorothy Coburn Reffett Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area.

The Bill and Elaine Richards Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The Beatrix A. Rose Memorial Scholarship, for students within


the ALC service area.
The Pearl and Jesse Savage Endowed Scholarship, for
students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The John G. Schwartz Endowed Scholarship, for students


within the ALC service area; financial need; any class rank;
minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Mike and Shelia Sloane Honor Scholarship, for students


from the Blackey, Isom, and Jeremiah communities of Letcher
County, Kentucky.

The William and Sarah Smith Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The Harold and Mary Snook Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The Stamler Scholarship, preference will be given to students


from Bourbon or Nicholas counties, Kentucky, but can be awarded
to others if there are no candidates in those areas.

The David and JoAnn Stuart Scholarship, preference will be


given to students who attended Red Bird Mission School in Leslie
County, Kentucky.

The Ralph and Jewell Turner Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.
The Ella C. Vogt Endowed Scholarship, for students within the
ALC service area; financial need; any class rank; minimum 3.0
GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

The Rilda S. Watson Scholarship, preference will be given to


Knott County, Kentucky, education majors.

The J. Keller and Bertha Whitaker Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; financial need; any class
rank; minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable up to 4 years or until
graduation.

The Robert and Sharon Wilhelm Endowed Scholarship, for


students within the ALC service area; must be a Christian; financial
need; any class rank; demonstrate a noble effort in classroom and
student work study; renewable up to 4 years or until graduation.

©2009 Alice Lloyd College


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Student Work Program
Work has been a central part of the Alice Lloyd College experience
since the College's founding in 1923 when Alice Lloyd developed her
own financial aid program that required all students to work.
Students worked to provide needed services for the College
community and also to provide the opportunity to pay for their
education. Today, the Student Work Program is intended to be not
only an earning experience but a learning experience as well. It is
designed to teach students the meaning of responsible leadership,
self-discipline, and self-reliance. It also enhances the total
educational program through the teaching of skills, responsibilities,
attitudes, and habits associated with work. Requiring students to
work is truly a distinctive feature of Alice Lloyd College, and so
committed is the College to the concept of student labor that
successful completion of the work requirement is a graduation
requirement. The program requires every full-time student to work
a minimum of 160 hours per semester at an on-campus or off-
campus job. These jobs are varied and all students are paid at the
prevailing minimum wage rate. All on-campus jobs are necessary to
the normal operations of the College and the off-campus jobs help
provide needed services in the surrounding communities.

Download the current Student Work Program Handbook.


(PDF/100KB)

©2009 Alice Lloyd College


Future Students / Current Students / Friends and Donors / Financial
Aid / Alumni
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DO U BELIEVE
HOW AMAZING
IS THIS
UNIVERSE.
Absolutely
amazing!
Beautyof Math!

1x8+1=9
12 x 8 + 2 = 98
123 x 8 + 3 = 987
1234 x 8 + 4 = 9876
12345 x 8 + 5 =
98765
123456 x 8 + 6 =
987654
1234567 x 8 + 7 =
9876543
12345678 x 8 + 8 =
98765432
123456789 x 8 + 9
= 987654321

1 x 9 + 2 = 11
12 x 9 + 3 = 111
123 x 9 + 4 = 1111
1234 x 9 + 5 =
11111
12345 x 9 + 6 =
111111
123456 x 9 + 7 =
1111111
1234567 x 9 + 8 =
11111111
12345678 x 9 + 9 =
111111111
123456789 x 9
+10= 1111111111

9 x 9 + 7 = 88
98 x 9 + 6 = 888
987 x 9 + 5 = 8888
9876 x 9 + 4 =
88888
98765 x 9 + 3 =
888888
987654 x 9 + 2 =
8888888
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