Financial Aid

Price Administration Building Rm 109
701 W. Monroe Street
Salisbury, NC 28144
P: (704) 216-6069
F: (704) 216-6319

Hours Of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

General Email:

Mrs. Stephanie McNeil
Director of Financial
Price Building 109

Sandra Lacey
Associate Vice President of Financial Aid


We are pleased to share the valuable services and technology available to you to facilitate your payment of college costs which is the first step toward a successful future. Our informative website will help you understand how the financial aid application and awarding process works and the vital role financial aid plays in making college affordable. Our website provides you an organized approach to important topics that will make your time efficient and your decisions more productive. As the Livingstone College Financial Aid Office Website will reveal, the process of finding money is not as complicated as many people believe. Its purpose is to give you instant access to essential information without bogging you down with harsh rhetoric. As you explore our website, you will learn what it cost to attend Livingstone College, expected and unexpected out-of-pocket costs, and gain information about grants, scholarships, loans, work-study employment opportunities that can help reduce the cost of tuition. The knowledgeable and supportive staff in our Financial Aid Office will make it easier to navigate the financial aid process.

2022 - 2023 Documents

2023 - 2024 Documents


What is financial aid?

Any program that offers financial assistance towards the cost of pursuing an education. This includes but are not limited to grants, scholarships, sponsorships, loans, and work study.Grants- a source of financial aid that generally does not have to be paid back.

  • For Pell Grant please visit to see if you qualify.
  • For North Carolina Resident Students please visit to qualify for the North Carolina Grant.

Scholarships- financial support based of academic achievement or other criteria that include financial need

Sponsorships- funds or financial support that has specific promotional benefitsLoans- type of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and associated fees

Work Study- funding that helps students earn financial funding through a part-time employment program

  • See the Office of Financial Aid Representative for more information


Eligibility Requirements:

  • US Citizen or eligible non-citizen
  • Register with Selective Service (males only)
  • Attend college or career school eligible to receive federal funding
  • Must not be in default on student loans
  • Demonstrate a financial need determined by the FAFSA results

The Financial Aid Process

Additional Information

Award Notification

The type(s) and amounts of awards offered for the current academic year are based on the information submitted on your current FAFSA.