Financial Aid

Whether you plan to attend a community college, trade school or 4-year university, you should apply for financial aid.  This page offers some helpful information and links to help you navigate through this process of achieving funds to attend college. Also, remember to check the scholarship information posted on our website under "Seniors".
 
November 2018 State Employees Credit Union
Personnel at credit union branches will provide free assistance with the FAFSA during the entire month of November for members!
 
FREE Application for Federal Student Aid is the place to apply for financial aid to any college.  The form will determine what the government believes you and your family can contribute to your education by calculating the EFC (Estimated Family Contribution).  You are given the opportunity to send this information to colleges of your choice.  The form is crucial in determining your eligibility for state and federal aid including the Pell Grant.
 
FAFSA Completion Video Tutorial
 
FREE scholarship search.  Find internships, part-time jobs, advice and more.
 
Sponsored by private colleges and universities. A very good site with useful and understandable information about admissions and financial aid, as well as other aspects of college. Ability to search by geographical region to find colleges that participate.
 
This is a site that lists some of the major scholarship program websites. Good source if you know the name of the program and want to do more reading on it or look for downloadable applications.
 
CFNC.org 
Student Financial Aid For North Carolinians. The site contains valuable information about paying for college as well as scholarship applications for state funded scholarships and grants.
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