“I am dedicated to my studies and am continuing my education. In receiving this scholarship I know others believe in me as well.”
- Past NTC Foundation scholarship recipient
The NTC Foundation is committed to assisting new and current students in achieving their educational goals by offering scholarships to help with tuition, books, and school-related expenses. With the generous support of our donors, the Foundation typically awards more than 350 scholarships annually, ranging from $100 to $2,000. Additional funds are also available for emergency purposes, GED and Accuplacer testing, and Learning Center services. And, some funds are specific to our regional campuses. All are offered with the intent of helping our students succeed.
In Their Own Words
Scholarships have a strong impact on the lives of our students, best expressed in their own words.
The NTC Foundation’s scholarship program plays a vital role in providing funds that enable our students to pursue their educational goals. Learn more about our Scholarships.
Additional Student Support Options
There are a number of funds through the NTC Foundation that are set up to help students with specific needs. The generous support of NTC donors and friends makes these programs possible. They include:
The Dreamkeepers grant program provides assistance to students at risk of dropping out of school due to unexpected financial emergencies. Dreamkeepers was created to help students stay in college and meet their educational goals, ultimately securing a better future. The first step in the Dreamkeepers process is to contact your NTC Advisor who will help determine your eligibility and assist you with the application process.
Funds to assist with testing and Learning Center services
A number of funds exist to help students with the costs associated with GED or Accuplacer testing and Learning Center services. Students who are in need of financial assistance may apply through the NTC Learning Center and through Student Services.
NTC International Student Emergency Fund
The purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance for emergencies encountered by international students at NTC. Students apply by contacting the NTC International staff.
Specific NTC Regional Funds
Several grant programs have been set up specifically to help students at our NTC regional campuses. These include:
- North Regional Educational Access Grant
- Langlade County Short Term Certificate Program
- Wittenberg Campus Short Term Medical Program Grant
These funds are administered through the NTC regional campuses and application questions may be referred to the appropriate NTC staff.
We love to hear the stories behind the scholarships. Please share with us how receiving a scholarship made a positive difference in your life. Contact us today!
Who can apply for a scholarship?
Any student currently enrolled or accepted into an NTC associate degree or technical diploma program, and taking a minimum of six credits may apply. There are also some certificate program scholarships available. A wide range of scholarships are available and each has its own set of criteria provided by the donor. Not all scholarships are based solely on academic achievement. Many exist for specific programs, communities, campuses, or leadership activities. ALL eligible students are encouraged to apply.
When can students apply for a scholarship?
Scholarships are awarded twice each year. Applications are available on the first day of classes each semester (fall and spring). Students generally have four weeks to complete and submit the application.
How long does it take to complete the scholarship application?
The scholarship application can typically be completed in about one hour.
Where can students find scholarship applications?
The best place to look is at www.ntc.edu/scholarships
Do I need to complete an application for each scholarship I am interested in?
No, for NTC Foundation scholarships only once application is needed.
How are the scholarship applicants chosen?
Each scholarship application is reviewed and scored twice. The applicants are then matched to the available scholarships based on the criteria provided by the donors.
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