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Information & Deadlines
Thank you for visiting this page. We are currently accepting applications for our Spring 2024 award cycle. Scholarships are open to all NCCC students and offered through generous donor support. The Spring 2024 scholarship deadline is Friday, October 6th 2023. View the list of NCCC Foundation Scholarship Opportunities and apply for them online using the AwardSpring Scholarship System on the right-hand side and click the blue LOGIN NOW.
You will need to upload a GED certificate, high school transcript or your most recent unofficial college transcript. Please make sure that the GED score, your high school average, or the cumulative college GPA is reflected in order to be eligible for any NCCC scholarships. Your name must be officially identified on the document. Please save and upload your saved or scanned document as either a WORD or PDF file with all the pages accessible. If you are a current NCCC student see directions below to access and save your unofficial transcript through Banner Web.
You will need to upload ONE scholarship essay. Essay should be 2 pages, double spaced & typed. Include information about yourself, career goals, as well extracurricular activities and community service. Explain why you need a scholarship. You may be required to respond to additional questions in the form of a paragraph if you are eligible for a specific scholarship, which may require more information. Essay writing TIPS are available on the scholarship webpage under the Resource tab.
For help writing the scholarship essay, click this link for helpful information Scholarship Essay Writing Tips . For a step by step tutorial on applying for scholarships using the AwardSpring scholarship system online click the Student Scholarship Application Procedure.
In order to be eligible for the Spring 2024 scholarships, you must have applied for the 2023/2024 FAFSA. If you have not already done so click HERE. (Note – International students can still apply for scholarships but are not required to file a FAFSA as they are not eligible to receive financial aid)