Lake Forest College: A Great Educational Value
A college education — especially a strong liberal arts education — is an important investment in your future. A liberal arts education will prepare you for more than just a job; it will prepare you for the changes and challenges you are likely to encounter throughout your lifetime.
The College is committed to providing financial assistance to students whose families are unable to pay the full cost of a college education. This assistance is available to all who qualify and submit all admission, financial aid, and scholarship applications by the deadlines.
And not only will we help you secure the financial aid you qualify to receive for your first year of enrollment, but we will also make a significant effort to maintain your financial aid over the four years you are enrolled here. If you submit the renewal applications on time and they show no significant changes, you can expect to receive comparable levels of financial aid each year.
As a testament to our approach to financial aid, The Princeton Review named Lake Forest to its 2010 Financial Aid Honor Roll, one of only 13 nationwide to receive a perfect score of 99 in the survey of more than 620 top colleges and universities. And for more than ten years we've made their Top Ten list in the category "Students Happy With Financial Aid."
Our Federal School Code - used on the FAFSA - is 001706
2nd Floor, Patterson Lodge (Campus Map, Building 6)
Patterson is on Middle Campus, at the intersection of Sheridan Road and College Road.
Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (summer until 5:30 p.m.)
Appointments are appreciated, but are not required.
Jerry Cebrzynski, Director
Mark Anderson, Associate Director
Coordinator of New Student Financial Aid Services
Adriana Rodriguez, Assistant Director
Coordinator of Loans and Scholarships