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Resumption Date for Alice Lloyd College after COVID-19

Resumption Date for Alice Lloyd College after COVID-19

The management of Alice Lloyd College has released the new date for the event due to COVID-19 outbreak. The resumption of fresh and returning students of Alice Lloyd College as well as the admission form procedure/requirement. read through. Programme offered

Resumption Date for Alice Lloyd College

 

Alice Lloyd College has an understanding of multi-cultural, multi-national issues, and the necessity of global perspectives in solving problems facing Appalachia and the world in the twenty-first century.

Keep checking this page for the updated calendar will soon be release meanwhile the details of the admission process for 2020 academic session is below

How to Apply for admission

International Students

ALC requires students to have a minimum of 17 on the ACT or 810 on the new SAT, as well as a 2.25 core GPA from high school. International students must also submit their TOEFL score and a certificate of finance for evaluation by the Director of Admissions. The certificate of finance must also be supported by a bank statement. In order to participate in the Student Work Program, all international students must have an F1 VISA and prior to enrollment must obtain a US-issued Social Security Number. This can be researched at www.sss.gov, or it can be obtained at a local Social Security Office upon arrival in the United States.

Because Alice Lloyd College was founded to serve students from the Appalachian region of the United States, a limited number of international students are admitted. ALC is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant, alien students. Students from other countries should submit the International Student Admissions Packet (pdf) for evaluation by the Director of Admissions no later than June 1st for enrollment in the fall semester and no later than November 1st for the spring semester. In the International Admissions Packet, you will find a checklist of items that must be submitted by either June 1st or November 1st.

A $3500 (US) deposit must be submitted prior to issuance of the SEVIS I-20 to assure you have access to money in case of emergency. This deposit, plus interest, is refunded to the student at the end of your college career, providing you do not owe the College. International students are not eligible for the ALC Scholarship, which is the tuition guarantee scholarship. The only financial aid available to international students is the money earned from work-study performed throughout the semester. Usually, you will work 160 hours per semester, earning approximately $1160, which is put towards your tuition amount.

Please click here to download the International Student Admissions Packet (pdf).

First-Time Prospective Students

STAGE ONE: Submit Your Application.

You will also need to:

  • submit your high school transcript
  • submit your ACT or SAT scores
  • submit your official college transcript (from all colleges you have attended)

We highly recommend that you send these documents to us by one of the following ways:

  1. Admissions FAX: (606) 368-6038
  2. Admissions EMAIL: admissions@alc.edu

Please note: Alice Lloyd College will need your final high school transcript. To see requirements for Freshmen, Transfers, International Students, Students Seeking Readmission, and GED Applicants, click here.

If you are a U.S. citizen and you’d rather submit your application by mail, click here (pdf) to download a printable application form. Mail the completed form to:

STAGE TWO: Call to Schedule Your Admissions Interview.

The admissions interview is a requirement in the admission process. No one is exempt from the admissions interview. The interview provides an excellent opportunity for students to familiarize themselves with the College and to express why they want to attend Alice Lloyd.

The length of the interview varies and largely depends upon the student. Students should expect to be interviewed for at least half an hour.

It is important to note that your admissions interview and campus tour can be scheduled on the same day.

To schedule your interview (and campus tour, if you so choose), please contact:

Office of Admissions Phone: (606) 368-6146 E-mail: admissions@alc.edu

STAGE THREE: Send in Your FAFSA.

Be sure to submit your FAFSA. List ALC as one of your school choices so that ALC will receive the SAR (Student Aid Report) electronically. Include ALC’s housing code — 001951 — on the form.

Failure to file the FAFSA by February 15th may result in the loss of KHEAA funding (CAP and SSIG grants). Kentucky residents need to be sure to list a private school as their first choice; KHEAA provides larger grants for private schools.

Students Seeking Readmission

STAGE ONE: Submit Your Application.

NOTE: Any outstanding debt should be settled with the Business Office prior to applying for admission.

Click here to complete the online application.

Once submitted, please contact the ALC Office of Admissions.

If you are a U.S. citizen and you’d rather submit your application by mail, click here (pdf) to download a printable application form. Mail the completed form to:

Alice Lloyd College Office of Admissions 100 Purpose Road Pippa Passes, KY 41844

STAGE TWO: Wait for the Admissions Office to Contact You About Your Status.

Once you have been cleared by the Admissions Committee for re-admittance, you will be advised by the Admissions Office on how to complete your admission process. Please contact the ALC Office of Admissions for more information.

STAGE THREE: Send in Your FAFSA.

Be sure to submit your FAFSA. List ALC as one of your school choices so that ALC will receive the SAR (Student Aid Report) electronically. Include ALC’s housing code — 001951 — on the form.

Failure to file the FAFSA by February 15th may result in the loss of KHEAA funding (CAP and SSIG grants). Kentucky residents need to be sure to list a private school as their first choice; KHEAA provides larger grants for private schools.

GED Applicants

If you have questions or encounter any problems, our Admissions staff will be happy to assist you.

Admissions Interview

Who conducts the interview?

The Director of Admissions and/or Admissions Counselors will interview the student. The director and counselors are highly active in the student recruitment process and frequently travel to various high schools and college fairs. All of them are graduates of Alice Lloyd and are very knowledgeable about what it takes to succeed at ALC.

Prospective student-athletes are interviewed by coaches. If prospective student athletes are not being recruited by the ALC Athletics Department, they will be required to interview with Admissions.

Who is interviewed?

Students are interviewed individually. While parents are certainly welcome to accompany their son or daughter on their visit to campus, we would prefer that they don’t sit-in on the interview. If, however, a parent does involve themselves in the interview, we ask that they do not dominate the conversation. The admissions interview is designed to put the spotlight on the prospective student. Parents are free to ask questions at any other time.

Does the Admissions Office conduct phone interviews?

No. The interview must be done in-person.

Does the interview process include a campus tour?

Due to the large volume of interview sessions, we will have certain tour sessions Monday – Thursday. Please inform Admissions when you schedule your interview appointment if you would also like to schedule a tour session.

Is there a dress code for the interview?

The Admissions Office does not require students to dress professionally for the interview; however, we do ask that you dress in good taste. Please consult The Student Handbook for tips on appropriate dress.

What type of information is assessed during the interview?

Alice Lloyd College seeks students who demonstrate characteristics such as good academic performance, leadership ability, participation in school activities, strong desire to learn and service to others. Our Admissions Department strives to find students who possess these characteristics so that our faculty and staff can help each student become successful in every aspect of his/her life.

When may I schedule an interview?

After you have been notified by mail that you have met academic requirements and are now eligible for an interview, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible. It is important to schedule your interview at your earliest convenience. Since admission to Alice Lloyd College is very competitive, early admissions status is highly recommended.

How should I prepare for the interview?

The most important thing is to be yourself! Come prepared to talk about your experiences and to share any and all information that will help us get to know you. Make sure you are familiar with the mission of the College, its history, and all of our policies and student expectations, which you can find on our website and in the College’s Program Catalog and Student Handbook. Since the College is actively seeking future leaders of Appalachia, we encourage you to conduct yourself in a respectable and professional manner.

If you are admitted …

On receipt of a Letter of Acceptance from the Director of Admissions, students must submit the following within 30 days:

Resident:

  • Completed Application for Housing,
  • $50 room deposit (non-refundable).
  • Completed Medical Entrance Examination Form (with completed TB skin test),

Commuter:

  • Completed Commuter Application Form,
  • Commuter Deposit Form,
  • $50 Commuter fee (non-refundable),
  • completed Medical Entrance Examination Form (with completed TB skin test).

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