NVCC has a student financial aid program to assist you with your educational expenses. This program is sponsored by the federal and state governments and the College.
To apply, contact the Financial Aid Information Service on your home campus or the College Financial Aid Office. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and program placement in a certificate or degree program are necessary to determine eligibility. You must also meet other federal and state eligibility criteria. While most programs require enrollment for at least six semester credits, a limited number of programs are available to students enrolled for fewer than six semester credits.
The NVCC Student Financial Aid Services brochure provides a complete description of the programs and application process for student aid. You are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Financial aid applications received after the priority filing date--March 1--will continue to be considered during the school year. Applicant materials may be mailed to NVCC, College Financial Aid Office, Forbes Office Center, Annandale, VA 22003-3796.
If you are applying for or are receiving educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, you must contact your home campus veterans advisor each semester to complete the necessary forms to establish and maintain your eligibility for benefits. Any changes must also be reported promptly to the veterans advisor. See the College Catalog for further information.
Last revised: Thursday, Jul-22-1999 13:27
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