Types of Aid
In-State Tuition & Fees for Eligible Students
The Blue Love Scholars Program is designed to help qualifying high school graduates with tuition assistance, with up to two years of in-state tuition assistance. Funding for the Blue Love Scholars Program is contingent on all sources of student funds available including state and federal aid, NCC scholarships and other NCC funds. Funding will be awarded in the above order.
Learn more! Students interested in the Career and College Promise program should meet with their high school counselor or home school principal.
Apply! The application packet will include a completed application, an official transcript showing status as a junior or senior, and qualifying test scores (for the University Transfer Pathways). Home school students must also provide a copy of the Official Non-Public School Registration Card. Students may choose one University Transfer Pathway, one or two CTE pathways, or a combination of one University Transfer and one CTE pathway.
- Open to North Carolina residents
- Must be a recent high school graduate
- Must complete the FAFSA and an NCC Foundation Scholarship Application
- Must complete at least three courses through the NCC Career and College Promise program with a minimum grade of C and 67% completion rate by the time of high school graduation
- Must earn at least a 2.8 unweighted GPA in high school
- Must be continually enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours) in the fall and spring semesters in a program of study.
- Qualifying students are eligible for a maximum of two years of Blue Love Scholars assistance.
- Must maintain satisfactory academic progress standards by maintaining at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA and complete at least 67% of all courses attempted at NCC.
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