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SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships are private monies that are made available to students from various local community groups, corporate donors, and the College. They are forms of gift aid that does not need to be repaid or earned through employment.

 

Backed by a supportive community and generous alumni and friends, Navarro College is able to offer students a variety of scholarships. Due to differing requirements, expectations, and award amounts, please contact the Navarro College Foundation for more specific information with regard to a particular scholarship. By signing and accepting a scholarship, you are entering into a contract. Make sure you understand your responsibilities before you sign your scholarship.

Scholarship applications OPEN

January 2 – March 9

For scholarship application inquiries:

Phone: 903.875.7591

 

For outside scholarship awards:

Phone: 903.875.7363

Complete your FAFSA by the deadline to get the most aid.

Fall Semester – June 1

Spring Semester – October 15

Summer Semester – March 1

Submit your FAFSA to NC
Federal Code 003593

Do You Have a Scholarship Award?

Have you been awarded a scholarship through a source other than Navarro College or the Navarro College Foundation? Here’s what you need to do:

 

– You will need to inform the Financial Aid Office of your award.

 

– Scholarship checks should be made out to Navarro College and mailed or delivered to the Financial Aid Office (Office of Student Financial Aid).

 

– Questions about the process of reporting and receiving your scholarship can be directed to Mary Glasco at 903.875.7363.

How to Apply for a Scholarship Online

By filling out just one application, you will be considered for all Navarro College Foundation Scholarships and Navarro College Scholarships for which you qualify. Navarro College offers nearly 75 scholarships, which full-time and part-time students can apply for each year to help pay for tuition and textbooks. Scholarships are available for students in all majors, and vary in the amount awarded.

 

Please complete the FAFSA. It is highly recommended that all students applying for a scholarship complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aide) or the TAFSA (Texas Application for State Aide).

To apply for NC Scholarships, students are required to:

 

1. Complete the ApplyTexas application and include Navarro College. Returning students do not need to re-apply.

 

2. Allow 24-48 hours between the time you submit your ApplyTexas application and the time you apply for a scholarship.

Note: Students must reapply each academic year, beginning in February to be considered for any scholarships.  To reapply, sign in with your NC email and scholarship password you used to create the account. 

Having trouble setting up your scholarship account?

Please contact the OneStop Service Desk for login assistance:

 

Phone: 903.875.7416

Email:  servicedesk@navarrocollege.edu

Scholarship for Navarro College Dual Credit Students

The M.C. and Mattie Caston General and Distinguished Scholarship Application is now available through the online scholarship portal (see How to apply for a Scholarship Online for instructions). This scholarship is for students graduating high school.

Scholarship for Navarro College Graduates Transferring to 4-year College or University

Navarro College offers a unique opportunity for students who are high-achieving graduates of Navarro College and transferring to a 4-year university. The M.C. and Mattie Graduate Caston Scholarship application is for outstanding Navarro College graduates who present definite plans for continuing his/her study at a four-year college or university. Selection is competitive and awards are presented annually at spring commencement activities.  Application deadline: March 9, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.

Outside Scholarships

External scholarships are outside agencies which are sought independently by the student. Navarro College has no connection with or control over these websites:

 

College Board 

 

College Scholarships.org

 

College Toolkit

 

FinAid

 

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation