Types of Financial Aid
Navarro College offers students as much financial assistance as possible. Financial Aid can come in many forms, including scholarships, grants, work study, and student loans. Financial Aid award packages offered by Navarro College typically consist of a combination of awards from these types of aid programs.
Scholarships and grants 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. Read for more information.
Work study is a federally subsidized work program for students who meet the general eligibility criteria based on the information provided on their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This type of financial aid is a work program where funds can be earned if a student obtains an authorized job on and off- campus. Read for more information.
Loans are funds that you must repay. The Federal Loan programs offer a secure and affordable way for students to borrow additional funds to finance their education. These are some of the best loans available to help students pay for school because of their lower interest rates and flexible repayment terms. These types of loans include Direct Loans and Parent PLUS Loans. Read for more information.