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Nash Community College will be closed for the holidays and conservation week December 18 - January 1. The College will re-open January 2.
Nash Community College makes every effort to provide financial assistance, where need exists, for students whose primary goal is to acquire post-secondary education.
There are two main types of aid for which a student may be eligible: Gift Aid, which consists of grants and scholarships and does not have to be repaid, and Self-Help Aid which consists of loans and part-time employment. Loans must be repaid.
Each program is regulated by federal, state, and institutional policies. The specifics of all aid programs awarded are discussed when the student prepares to sign the “Financial Aid Award and Acceptance Agreement.” It is essential to consult the Financial Aid Officer for details concerning financial aid program specifics, rights and responsibilities of the student, budget information, eligibility criteria, and the application process.
Financial aid from the federal government to help you pay for education expenses at Nash Community College.
Numerous endowed and annually donated scholarships are available at Nash Community College.
The Blue Love Scholars Program is specifically designed to help fill the financial gap for recent high school graduates who are North Carolina residents.
Direct Loan Program
Nash Community College participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loan Program).
Nash Community College has partnered with Nelnet Business Solutions to offer students affordable payment plan options.
Nash Community College’s Continuing Education Department offers two scholarships.