Resources & Tools

We know financial aid can be a little confusing. That's why we've put a list of helpful sites and resources together that provide information on topics related to financial aid, including loans, grants, how to apply for federal aid and more! But remember: The doors of Lincoln are always open to you, your parents and family if you ever need help understanding aspects of the financial aid process.

My Student Loan Info

www.mystudentloaninfo.com is a comprehensive financial aid website that gives you in-depth information and resources on everything related to loans, including managing your money, knowing your rights and responsibilities, resources, tools & more. Watch videos and search topics important to financial aid.

Student Consumer Information Booklet

Lincoln Educational Services' Student Consumer Information Booklet (SCIB) is a comprehensive guide to required financial assistance information for all prospective students including: Need-based Federal programs; Lincoln’s policy for distribution of aid among their students; Information on how and when financial aid will be disbursed and much more. Download it for your information and then contact as campus near you to schedule your appointment!

Apply for Financial Aid through FAFSA.gov

To speed up your enrollment process, you can now apply for Financial Aid online before you come in for your campus visit at Lincoln. Just visit www.fafsa.ed.gov to get started!

U.S. Department of Education

http://www.ed.gov/students is a section of the U.S. Department of Education ED.gov web site dedicated specifically to students. Go there for updated information on student aid, grants, research and statistics, homework help and more!

Student Aid on the Web

http://www.studentaid.gov is the U.S. Department of Education's site for free information on preparing for and funding education beyond high school. The site provides in-depth information on federal student aid programs, applying for financial aid, and repaying student loans – perfect for students looking into the Lincoln Group of Schools as the place for their career training.

Lincoln’s Code of Conduct

Lincoln’s financial aid professionals and agents are expected to always maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out his/her responsibilities. Click here to review Lincoln's Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Professionals and Agents document. 

Glossary of Terms

Come across a financial aid word or phrase that you’re not sure what it means? Reference this handy Glossary of College and Financial Aid Terms and Acronyms to view commonly-used language when it comes to financial aid!

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