Your education will be one of the most important investments that you make, and at NCC we don't want finances to limit your medical career opportunities. If you are unable to meet the educational costs on your own, you may qualify to apply for financial assistance.
Federal Financial Aid program guidelines are set by the United States Department of Education.
Federal Subsidized Direct Loan
Federal Subsidized Direct Loans are available to students with financial need. The interest is paid by the federal government while students are in school and for six months after students cease their enrollment. Regular payments begin six months after students cease enrollment or fail to carry at least one-half the normal full-time school workload. For loan repayment options refer to the link below:
Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan
Unsubsidized direct loans are available for students to borrow for education costs. Borrower responsible for all interest; students must be at least half-time; financial need not required; fixed rate (set annually) for new borrowers. Regular payments begin six (6) months after students cease enrollment or fail to carry at least one-half the normal full-time school workload. For loan repayment options refer to the link below:
Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
Federal Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students provide additional funds for credit-worthy parents to help pay for students' educational expenses. Borrower responsible for all interest and repayment begins immediately after the loan is fully disbursed. For loan repayment options refer to the link below:
Private Loans & Scholarships
Students and parents who do not qualify for Title IV funds or who need additional funds to cover educational expenses beyond what is covered by Title IV funds may apply for private loans and/or scholarships. In addition to private loans, a wide array of scholarships are available to students. NCC does not offer any scholarships. Scholarship eligibility criteria vary. The Financial Aid Department will be happy to assist students who wish to apply for scholarships.
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