Wyoming Works FAQ
No. However, in order to be eligible for the scholarship, you must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) according to LCCC’s SAP policy. Students with more than 104 credits (if associate-degree-seeking) or more than 53 credits (if certificate-seeking) are not considered to be meeting the SAP policy. Typically students with previous degrees are exceeding these credit limits and so must appeal their financial aid standing with LCCC. In the event that an appeal is successful, the student can then apply for the Wyoming Works scholarship as well.
Students must be entering an eligible program in Fall 2019 or later, meaning they have not been enrolled at LCCC in that program previously.
Yes – students whose placement levels put them in developmental courses can have those courses covered by the grant, as long as they are enrolled in an eligible program and the courses are required to progress in that program.
Currently, all of LCCC’s eligible programs meet the criteria for the Critical Grant funding level, based on workforce needs.
Applicants will be asked to apply for admission to LCCC, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov and complete the Wyoming Works application. The Wyoming Works application must be submitted prior to the student's first day of class in the Wyoming Works Grant eligible program of study.