Childcare Assistance : The North Carolina General Assembly appropriates limited funding each academic year to be used to assist student-parents with child care expenses. The intent of this grant is to assist need-based students with the financial responsibilities of child care so they may stay enrolled and complete their educational goals.
Students must apply for assistance each year
Forms required for Daycare assistance
Completed FAFSA is required for consideration
Available funds are limited, students should apply early
Applications are available in all Financial Aid Offices
Loans: A loan is money one borrows and must pay back with interest. Typically, student or education loans have a long repayment period of at least 10 years and repayment does not begin until the student graduates or withdraws from school. Some education loans may have an option for loan forgiveness which means part of the loan is forgiven based on work in selected fields, income or some other requirement. Students are strongly encouraged to apply for scholarships and grants before applying for loans
Payment Plan:The payment plan covers curriculum tuition and fees only - it does not cover books. Please review the terms and conditions prior to making your decision on whether the payment plan option is the method that best fits your needs. A payment plan is not necessary or recommended for students who have financial aid to cover the cost of tuition and books.
Veterans Assistance: The Department of Veterans Affairs offers educational assistance to veterans who contributed towards their education while on active duty; and attend an eligible institution for the Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits for all chapters of the GI Bill.