Lyndon State College Student Services. Tools at Your Disposal to Help You Reach Financial Clearance. The Portal. Use the Portal to: Check your email View important announcements and news View your bill Check your Financial Aid Document Status Accept your Financial Aid Award And much more!.
Lyndon State CollegeStudent Services
Tools at Your Disposal to Help You Reach Financial Clearance
Log in to the portal by entering your username and password
Link to LSC Email
The Web Services tab is located on the right hand side of your portal.
There are a number of tools that you can access through Web Services that will allow you to manage your student account and move you toward financial clearance.
Financial Aid Award Letter
The FERPA Authorization Form is found under the Student Academic Profile Tab under Web Services.
Select your relationship to the person/persons you wish to authorize from the drop down box.
Enter the first and last names in the fields provided.
Check the box to grant access.
Create an access code.
*Important Reminder* - Don’t forget to give your access code to the person that you authorize. Without this code we cannot discuss your account!
This form can be found under
the Student Billing/Financials
tab in Web Services.
To waive the VSC Student Health Insurance Plan:
Enter the policy Expiration Date or N/A if not applicable.
Check this box to electronically sign the form then click Submit.
*Important Reminder* - Don’t forget to check the final box to sign this form electronically. Failure to do so will result in an invalid submission!
Students Residing in the dorms are automatically enrolled in the Unlimited Meal Plan. However, you do have the option of changing your meal plan to better suit you.
To change your meal plan:
Select Student/Billing Financials
Click on Meal Plan Change Form
*Important Reminder* - The last day to change meal plans is September 3!
Select your desired meal plan by clicking in the corresponding radial button.
Make sure to click Submit to finalize your selection
To view your Financial Aid Award:
Your award shows a breakdown of the aid for which you are eligible.
If you have any special comments about your aid you can enter that here. For example: If you only want to accept a portion of a loan, accept it in the drop down box and write an explanation in the comment box.
Don’t forget to check your Financial Aid Document Status. This is where you can make sure that you have completed all of the necessary requirements for your Financial Aid to be applied to your account.
*Important Note*: You can check your Financial Aid Document Status any time. It’s a good idea to check back regularly to make sure that the Financial Aid Department isn’t missing any information from you. Financial Aid Document Status must be complete and up-to-date in order to count toward financial clearance.
There are a number of things that you can do under the Make a Payment/View Your Bill tabincluding:
After selecting Make a Payment/View Your Bill you will be directed to this page. Now, click on the MY ACCOUNTlink to access the Vermont State Colleges secure billing system.
Sign in with your username and password.
The Home screen displays a Quick View of your account, including:
If you select eBills on the top of the page you can view and print your account statements.
You can select the statement to view from the dropdown box. (Statements are generated on or around the 1st and 15th of each month).
Your Current Balance is displayed at the top of the screen and includes any activity since your last statement date.
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You can make a payment right from this screen by selecting the Pay link on the right, or by selecting the Payment tab at the top of the screen.
This will open up information for your Most Recent Billing Statement and notify you of any Pending Payments. To make a payment click Make a Payment.
Select your preferred method of payment from the drop down box. You can select either Electronic Check or Credit Card. After you make your selection, click the Select button.
Enter your payment information in the space provided.
If you would like to save this payment method for future use, check the box and enter a name for it in the space provided.
When your are finished click continue.
You can set up a Payment Plan right from the Billing Home Page.
Select Payment Plans from the navigation bar at the top of the page.
This screen gives you the option to enroll in a new payment plan as well as view your previous payment plan history.
Select Enroll Now to begin the payment plan enrollment process.
Select the current term from the drop down menu then click Select.
This gives you information about your payment plan. For a full plan description you can select this link.
To continue with the payment plan click the continue button at the bottom of the screen.
The Budget Worksheet shows the total bill after financial aid.
It also calculates the down payment due at the time of set-up.
To continue, click Display Payment Schedule.
This page shows the amount due at time of set up (first installment plus the $30.00 enrollment Fee)
Now choose your payment method and select Continue.
To add an authorized user, begin by selecting the Authorized User tab along the top of the screen.
Click Add an Authorized User
Enter the E-mail address of the person you wish to make an authorized user.
Select whether or not you want this person to be able to view your billing statement and/or payment history.
Click Continue to finalize the process.
Go to www.studentloans.gov
Click Sign In to log in with your FAFSA pin.
Enter your information in the boxes provided and click the sign in button
The Master Promissory Note (MPN) is essentially your promise to repay your federal student loans. Like the Entrance Counseling, the MPN can be found by logging in to studentloans.gov.
If you are in need of additional funding, your parents can apply for a Parent Plus Loan through studentloans.gov as well. This loan is taken by your parents, and, as such, becomes their financial responsibility.
Parents log in to studentloans.gov in much the same way that students do. The only difference is that parents use their own parent federal PIN.
After signing in, parents will select Star PLUS Application Process.
Select the loan type (Parent PLUS). Follow directions to complete the four step process.
Alternative student loans are also available through private lenders. Here are some links that will help you compare different lending programs if you are looking for additional funding: