At North Country Community College we have Scholarships-4-Everyone.
This year we have more scholarship and grant funding for students than ever before!
Every type of student is eligible so if you’re fresh out of high school or been away
from education for a while we have a scholarship program that will fit you.
FULL & PART-TIME SCHOLARSHIPS RANGE FROM $500 TO THE FULL COST OF TUITION!
6 on Us Scholarship Program
This grant-supported scholarship program allows new students (or returning students
that have stepped away from college at least three years) to take up to 6 credits
for FREE! Students will receive added support through the new North Country Navigator
mentorship program. Apply for the Scholarship Here.
NCCC Foundation Opportunity Scholarship
For full-time and part-time degree-seeking students that DO NOT qualify for the Essex/Franklin
Scholars Award, Hodson, or 6 on Us scholarship programs. Students will receive added
support through the new North Country Navigator mentorship program. Apply for the Scholarship Here.
Essex and Franklin Scholars Awards (15 credits per semester required)
For first-time students who reside in Essex or Franklin counties (New York State only) and who have graduated from a public high school in Essex or Franklin counties, this award covers up to the full cost of tuition for four semesters. Students must graduate high school with an 85% cumulative average and have a New York State Regents Diploma with Advance Designation. There’s no scholarship application
required as these funds are automatically awarded as students register for courses.
To be eligible, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) and a NYS TAP Application (below).
NCCC Foundation Scholarships
Providing student scholarships and awards is a top priority for the NCCC Foundation.
The generosity of donors allows us to make available a variety of scholarships and
awards each year so that a college education can be within reach of every student.
For more information visit the NCCC Foundation Scholarship page.
Human and Emergency Services Scholarship
For new students entering the spring semester from Franklin County who are going into
the Chemical Dependency Counseling, Child & Family Services, Human Services, and Advanced
Emergency Medical Technician programs. Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until
funding runs out. Apply, get accepted, and register for full- or part-time courses
by December 1st to be eligible for up to $4,000 in scholarship funding. To apply for
this scholarship you must first apply to the college and select one of the above degrees. Once complete, you will see that the scholarship
application is available to you within your application account.
For more information on scholarships or financial aid, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-TRY-NCCC.