Chapter 3354:2-62 Residency Requirements, Financial Aid for Admissions

3354:2-62-01 Admissions policy - credit courses.

For credit courses, admissions to Lakeland is open to:

(A) New first time in college students who are high school graduates, students who hold a GED, and non-high school graduates whose high school class has already graduated and have successfully completed the ability to benefit test.

(B) Current high school students who meet the college credit Plus admissions criteria.

(C) Transfer students who have evidence of a post-secondary degree or a college transcript reflecting at least fifteen credit hours from a regionally accredited institution.

(D) Transient students who are matriculated at another college, enroll for one term only, and expect to return to their home school for continued study.

(E) Non-degree/non-certificate students who enroll to take courses for personal enrichment or professional development. Non-degree students must be a high school graduate or have obtained a high school diploma equivalency.

Admission to the college does not guarantee entrance into programs with selective admission criteria.

Replaces: 3354:2-62-01

Effective: 5/3/2004
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3354
Rule Amplifies: 3354
Prior Effective Dates: 10/7/1982, 3/6/2003

3354:2-62-03 Financial aid.

All recommendations and/or decisions for financial aid award are the responsibility of the financial Aid Office and its authorized committees. All disbursements of financial aid funds will be the responsibility of the financial services. Financial aid disbursements may include the payment of tuition and fees, the purchase of books and supplies, and the issuance of checks for living expenses if such expenses are allowed for in the particular financial aid program or grant.

(A) Where appropriate, financial aid funds may be withheld from a student pending the repayment of delinquent loans or the funds may be applied to such outstanding delinquent loans and the balance of the award, if any, given to the student.

(B) Where appropriate, financial aid funds may be applied to non-sufficient funds (NSF) checks or any other outstanding debt a student may have to the college.

Replaces: 3354:2-62-03

Effective: 5/3/2004
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3354
Rule Amplifies: 3354
Prior Effective Dates: 1/11/1996, 3/6/2003

3354:2-62-05 Residency requirements.

Lakeland is required by law to classify every student's residency as follows:

(A) Resident of Lake county - to qualify for this tuition category the student:

(1) Must have lived in the State of Ohio for at least one year, and in Lake County for at least six months

(2) Must have met requirements for selective service registration, if applicable.

(B) Ohio resident outside Lake county - a student must have resided in the State of Ohio for at least one year to qualify for this tuition category except as otherwise provided by Ohio law.

(C) Out-of-state or international students - students will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate in the event that they fail to qualify as either a Lake county or Ohio resident as described in this rule or if they fail to meet the selective service registration requirement as required by Ohio law.

Replaces: 3354:2-62-05

Effective: 5/3/2004
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 3354
Rule Amplifies: 3354
Prior Effective Dates: 4/5/1990