Ways to Pay for College

Who pays for what, how often and when? LFCC has some options when it comes to paying for classes, books, and supplies. A student can pay out of pocket, through a payment plan, be eligible and qualify for financial aid, apply and be awarded scholarships, and or take out student loans. 

QuikPAY® – Online payment system in SIS for students paying the full amount of tuition out of pocket with VISA, MasterCard and AMEX or an eCheck using a savings or checking account.

**When accessing QuikPAY, make sure pop-up blockers are off or temporarily allow pop-ups**

  1. Go to www.lfcc.edu.
  2. Select Login to MyLFCC at top right of screen.
  3. Login using your SIS Userid. Select VCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  4. Select Student Center page
  5. Click on “Go to QuikPAY”. This will bring you to the Message Board landing page in QuikPAY®.
  6. Navigate to “Make Payment” on the left hand navigation menu. Your Current Balance will display at the top next to “Amount Due”
  7. Enter in the amount you would like to pay in the Payment Amount box and then select your payment method. Click “Continue”
  8. Enter in payment information, and click “Continue”. You will be asked to confirm your payment information
  9. Click “Confirm” for QuikPAY® to process your payment, and your receipt will be displayed.


TMS Payment PlanOnline payment plan for students wanting to pay tuition out of pocket in an installment plan.  

To find out more about this payment option please go to https://lfcc.edu/payment-plan/.


Financial Aid

  • Grants – A sum of money to aid a student in pursuit of his/her education. If a student attends and passes all of his/her classes, grants are not required to be repaid.
  • Loans – Money that students borrow that is required to be paid back with interest at time stated in contract
    • Subsidized – A loan that does not accrue interest until the recipient leaves school
    • Unsubsidized – Unsubsidized student loan has interest added to the balance even while a student is still enrolled in school. This means that a student’s balance will likely be significantly more than what they initially borrowed by the time the graduate


Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) is committed to helping our students start or continue their education. To this end, the LFCC Educational Foundation Inc. provides scholarships for qualified LFCC students.* These scholarships help defray the cost of rising tuition rates, books and fees and relieve the financial constraints faced by many students.

LFCC scholarships are funded by area citizens, organizations and businesses who share the College’s dedication to assisting students with financial needs and helping them reach their goal of earning a college degree. LFCC and its students owe tremendous gratitude to these donors for the opportunities they provide. Through their assistance, deserving students are able to improve themselves, gain better employment and contribute to our community and the local economy.

Please click here for a list of Foundation scholarships.

Federal Direct Student Loan Program

Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program, offered through the Department of Education. Federal Stafford loans are monies that a student borrows. Federal Direct PLUS loans are monies that a parent borrows to assist their undergraduate student. Both loans are financial obligations that must be repaid with interest. Federal Education loans offer benefits not provided by private/alternative loans:

  • Lower interest rates
  • Longer repayment terms
  • Deferment and Forbearance options
  • Early loan forgiveness for graduates working in public service  

Please see the Financial Aid Office for specific information and to answer your questions. Contact the Financial Aid Office 540-868-7130 Toll free: 1-800-906-5322, ext. 7130 E-mail: [email protected].

Students can also pay their tuition and fees out of pocket

  • In Person – Pay during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Business Office on the Middletown Campus or Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Business Office on the Fauquier Campus. After business hours, a secured drop box is available at the Fauquier or Middletown Campus Business Offices.
    • Note: The Business Office maintains courtesy hours at the Fauquier Campus on a limited basis. Please check with the Fauquier Business Office by calling 540-351-1505 to verify hours. Hours of operation may change for certain functions. Please call or visit the LFCC Web site for closing information.


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