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Many North Carolina Colleges and Universities will Waive Application Fees Oct. 15 – 19
RALEIGH, N.C. (October 2018) – Students can save on college application costs by applying during College Application Week from Oct. 15 – 19. During this week, many North Carolina colleges and universities waive application fees. College Application Week is a part of College Foundation of North Carolina’s (CFNC) annual college-access event,
During NC College Application Week, students took advantage of waived application fees offered by several colleges across North Carolina. Application fees can run anywhere from $35 to $85, which is why the week is appealing to so many students. The week allowed students to take matters into their own hands when applying to college.
The week was apart of NC College Application Month, an annual event to guide high school seniors through three important college enrollment steps: Residency,
If you are planning to attend college for the 2018-2019 school year and have yet to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), now is the time to do so. The FAFSA must be completed every year by all who wish to seek financial aid for post secondary education.
State Employees’ Credit Union is offering free FAFSA assistance to all members thought the month of November. Branches across North Carolina will be available to help parents and students submit the application electronically and answer any questions regarding financial aid eligibility.
With high school seniors starting to plan for college, it’s good to know that College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is ready to help. In fact, CFNC has announced that November will be known as College Application Month. During this period, seniors are encouraged to tackle three key tasks: apply for college, complete their NC residency form and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will help to ensure that all college tasks are checked off the list long before graduation day arrives!
Seeking North Carolina summer camps? Across North Carolina, colleges and universities open their doors during the summer months to host younger students. They offer a variety of education-based opportunities to children of all ages. From cooking camps to technology courses, students have the opportunity to experience new topics that they might not have the chance to try during the traditional school year.
Six North Carolina Students Win $500 to Put Toward College Expenses
May 2017 (Raleigh, N.C.) – College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) was proud to sponsor the #CollegeBound Drawing on the CFNC Facebook page during the month of April. Six lucky high school seniors from North Carolina were drawn from the pool of entrants and each received $500 to put toward their higher education.