Most scholarships will be turned into the organization you are applying to. Some will be turned into the NTC Financial Aid office directly.

Contact the Financial Aid office at financialaid@ntc.edu for any questions.

Available Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships are listed by program area and application due date. Please review applications for further details as opportunities and guidelines can change and vary from one scholarship to another.

Health / Nursing

App. Due Date Scholarship Applications
Various Medical Assistant Certification Scholarships
June 30 & December 31 Annually Healthcare Scholarship
January 29 Annually Healthcare Leaders Scholarship

Other/General

App. Due Date Scholarship Applications
Must be either an incoming or current college student - Available Annually The Empaxis Scholarship for Women in Business
Jan 1 - March 2 Annually Marine Corps Scholarships
MCSF CTE Brochure
December 1, 2021 Annually Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC
Various Community Foundation of NCW
June 1 AgCountry Scholarships
May 17, 2022 Emberg Scholarship FAQ
July 31, 2022 KAMG Scholarship Program
August1, 2022 Keep It Cold
August 18, 2022 Expand Your Horizons Scholarship
December 15, 2022 Allied Van Lines Scholarship 2022
December 15, 2022 North American Van Lines Scholarship 2022

USEFUL SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES

Free Scholarship Searches

TFS Scholarship Database

TFS Scholarships (TFS) is an independent service that provides free access to scholarship opportunities for aspiring and current undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. The TFS database contains more than 7 million scholarships representing more than $41 billion in college funding. In addition to its vast database that’s refreshed with 5,000 new scholarships every month, TFS also offers information about career planning, financial aid, and federal and private student loan programs as part of its commitment to helping students fund their future. Learn more at tuitionfundingsources.com.

Other Resources

UMOS National Farmworkers Jobs Program

The UMOS National Farmworkers Jobs Program (NFJP) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and supportive services to succeed in the labor market. The program can assist current or future students with tuition, weekly stipends, housing, books and more.
                                                                                         
Please Note:  The amount of funding for the UMOS National Farmworker Jobs Program varies by program year.  Students may register with UMOS at any time. To be eligible for the program students must be:  legally authorized to work in the United States, must have done farm-work in the last two years (work with crops, Christmas trees, nursery, dairy, fishery, poultry, or anything else related to farm work), low income, and males must be registered with Selective Service.

 

What to Do After Receiving an External Scholarship

Did you receive a scholarship check directly from a high school, business or other organization?

If a scholarship check has been mailed directly to you, our Student Finance staff will be happy to assist in getting those funds applied to your student account for tuition payment. Just follow the simple steps below:

  1. Write your student ID # on the check.
  2. If the check is made payable only to you, please deposit the check and initiate a payment to the college using cash, personal check, or charge.
  3. If the check is made payable to you and NTC, please sign the back of the check and mail to the Wausau campus at:

    Northcentral Technical College
    1000 W Campus Drive
    Attn: Student Finance
    Wausau WI 54401
  4. Or deliver the check to the campus most convenient for you. All regional campuses will forward checks to the Wausau office for processing.

The Financial Aid office will review the scholarship and student account. Student Finance will post the scholarship payment to the student account usually within 3-5 business days.