North Carolina, Rayleigh – Some students entering Durham Technical Community College “Durham Tech” will have the opportunity to study for free for two years this fall.
The Durham Tech Tuition Free Initiative is a supplementary grant to the North Carolina Longlife Commitment Grant, which covers tuition and other expenses based on family income.
These scholarships will enable students to work towards their future educational or career goals without any pay.
2021-22 graduates may enter Durham Tech
Students who graduate from North Carolina High School this year or graduate in 2021 will be able to attend this fall’s tuition-free Durham Tech.
“Durham Tech 2021 and 2022 will cover the full cost of tuition for North Carolina High School graduates who have been classified by the Residency Determination Service (RDS) as North Carolina residents who have enrolled for the fall semester of 2022,” the Durham Tech website points out.
Eligibility extends to individuals who have completed high school parity, who have completed an adult high school diploma, and who are homeschooled.
Credit hours and FAFSA application
Students must enroll with at least six credit hours.
They must complete a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2022 school year with an expected family contribution of $ 15,000 or less.
According to JB Buxton, president of Durham Tech, the most important part of the process is filling out the FAFSA application to ensure eligibility.
This grant provides the first step for students wishing to continue their studies with a four-year degree and the opportunity for others to enter the professional workforce.
“The University will provide a top dollar scholarship to 2022 graduates for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years to close the gap and provide full funding for education not covered by federal Pail Grants or Longlife Commitments, Durham Tech Promises and other funds. . “Stated in the statement.
“Students may be liable for study materials if they are not covered by financial aid,” they explain on the website.
Eligibility to be elected
- Graduate from a North Carolina high school or achieve a high school par in 2021 or 2022.
- Admit to the Durham Tech Credit Program;
- College student for the first time. Eligible students for career and college commitment and participating in elementary / middle college high school;
- Enroll in a curriculum program in the fall semester of 2022;
- Record at least six credit hours;
- আছে 0 – আছে 15,000 has an expected Family Contribution (EFC) (“EFC” based on student FAFSA resolution)
Additionally, eligible students will receive a notification from the Durham Tech Financial Aid Office.
More info here: https://www.durhamtech.edu/pay-college/free-tuition