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South Central Louisiana Technical College

Financial Assistance at SCL Technical College


Please see the Director of Student Affairs at the SCLTC campus you are enrolled for the most current information on Financial Assistance programs.

 Click the FAFSA logo to get started on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

FAFSA website


SCLTC uses BankMobile for Financial Aid refunds.  If you filled out a FASFA, you will receive a BankMobile code in the mail.

To request a BankMobile code for setup please follow instructions below.

  • Go to
  • Scroll toward the bottom of the page and click "Need a Code"
  • Enter "Louisiana Technical College" for the school name on the next screen
  • Enter your student ID and email address

To activate your code, visit BankMobile.

After initial setup, to log in to your BankMobile account, please visit BankMobileVibe.

It is the student's responsibility to verify that his or her correct address is in LoLA.  If your card is lost or stolen, you must contact BankMobile.  Click here for their contact information.



Nadja Haynie, Director of Financial Aid
985-447-0924 Ext. 143

Shelly Morales, Financial Aid Specialist
985-380-2957 Ext. 331

Campus Pell School Code Contact Email Phone
Lafourche 030091 Cheryl Thomas

(985) 447-0924 x 105
River Parishes 016532 Ethel Stemley

(985) 536-4418 x 214
Young Memorial    014149 Kaylla Hebert (985) 380-2957 x 305

For Admission Information please visit

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Click on a heading or scroll down to find out more information about the following types of Financial Assistance:

Pell Grant
As mandated by the U.S. Department of Education, students without a high school diploma or high school equivalency must achieve a minimum score on the Ability to Benefit Test (ATB) in reading, math, and English/writing in order to be eligible for financial assistance from the Pell Grant program. Specific programs may require higher placement scores for admission.   

The Pell Grant Program is a federal assistance program designed to provide financial assistance to students attending postsecondary educational institutions.  Pell Grants are intended to be the "floor" of a financial assistance package and may be combined with other forms of assistance in order to meet the full costs of education.  The amount of the student's Pell Grant is determined on the basis of her/his financial resources.  It is a grant, not a loan.  Attendance and satisfactory progress of the student are monitored.  Students must meet obligations to maintain the grant award.  WIA recipients must apply for a Pell Grant.  Applications to apply for a Pell Grant are available online at

Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
Workforce Investment Act is a federal assistance program that assists students with costs of training.  Costs of tuition, registration fees, books, tools, and uniforms may be covered through WIA.  Eligible participants may also be reimbursed for transportation costs.  Eligibility is determined by the local WIA personnel and is based on financial resources.  The Financial Aid Officer works with the WIA offices in certifying students for WIA benefits.  A student must complete an application with local WIA offices.  The Student Affairs Office can provide details.

Stategies to Empower People (STEP)
Strategies to Empower People is a federal aid program that assists parent participants by providing funds for tuition, books, childcare, and transportation.  Participants must have at least one child 18 years of age or younger and must meet financial eligibility requirements. The Financial Aid Officer can provide more details.

Social Security
Dependent children of disabled or deceased workers covered by Social Security may be eligible to receive benefits while attending school as full-time students.  Students should contact the local Social Security Office for determination of eligibility. 

Vocational Rehabilitation
Persons with physical or mental disabilities may qualify for financial assistance through Vocational Rehabilitation.  The Office of Student Affairs refers individuals to the Vocational Rehabilitation Services office to apply.

Student Tuition Assistance and Revenue Trust (START)

The Student Tuition Assistance and Revenue Trust Program, commonly referred to as the “START Saving Program,” is an innovative college savings plan designed to help families contend with the growing costs of educating their children after high school.

Board of Regents Early Start
Eligible secondary students may receive assistance through the Board of Regents to assist with the cost of tuition, fees, books, and other related costs.  Information on the initiative is available through the Student Affairs Office or the high school guidance office.

The Tuition Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) Tech Award was created to promote a skilled workforce in Louisiana by assisting Louisiana high school graduates who choose to pursue skill or occupational training in a Louisiana public postsecondary school that offers a vocational or technical education certificate or diploma program or a nonacademic undergraduate degree.  Students must have a composite score of 17 on the ACT. The award is for the cost of tuition for up to two years at the Louisiana public postsecondary school attended.  Complete eligibility requirements are available in the Student Affairs Office. For more detailed information concerning the TOPS program, please visit their official website at

TOPS pays for tuition only. Students are responsible for all other fees.  You must be enrolled at least 12 credit hours to receive TOPS funding unless an extenuating circumstance exist.
TOPS pays the following amounts per semester:

Tech Award $1040.40
Opportunity Award $1040.40
Performance Award $1040.40
      Performance Stipend $200.00
Honors Award $1040.40
      Honors Stipend $400.00

TOPS Tech Early Start
The Tuition Opportunity Program for secondary students was created to allow secondary students to enroll in technical college courses.  Complete eligibility requirements are available in the Student Affairs Office.

GO Grant
To be eligible for a Louisiana Go Grant, a student must:

  • Be a Louisiana Resident*
  • File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Receive a federal Pell grant
  • Be a student enrolled in an eligible Louisiana institution on a part-time or full-time basis

LA National Guard
The Louisiana Army National Guard 100% Tuition Exemption Program waives the cost of tuition only for Louisiana Army and Air National Guard soldiers attending a Louisiana State college, university, or community college program that is funded by the Louisiana Board of Higher Education. Any actively participating soldier of the Louisiana Army National Guard is entitled to a100% tuition only in any state-funded college program. The provisions of the law apply equally to full-time and part-time students enrolled in state-funded college programs. Montgomery GI Bill programs can be utilized in conjunction with this State program. The soldier must maintain the academic standards of the learning institution during the entire benefit period.


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