Lansing Community College

The Pell Grant is a federal financial aid program that provides need-based grants to low-income students to help pay for college. Unlike loans, Pell Grants do not need to be repaid, making them an essential resource for eligible students seeking higher education. Use our Pell Grant Enrollment Intensity Estimator to quickly determine your potential eligibility and award amount, helping you plan your educational finances more effectively.

Pell Grant Enrollment Intensity Estimator
2024–25 Award Year

All student FAFSA information needed for the Estimator can be accessed in your Banner Self-Service account under Financial Aid Award Offers or Award Overview.


Disclaimer: The Pell Grant Enrollment Intensity Estimator is intended for planning purposes only. The student’s Banner Self-Service account will reflect the accurate award based on enrollment in courses that count toward the program of study within two business days of registering, adjusting courses, or processing program of study updates. Partial credits (e.g., 5.75 credits) will display an amount proportional to the whole credits. For more information on Pell Grant calculations and special use cases, please refer to the 2024-2025 Federal Student Aid Handbook.