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North Carolina Student Incentive Grant

$700

March 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • This program is offered by the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority through College Foundation Inc., to provide financial assistance to needy North Carolina resident students attending eligible colleges and universities located within the state of North Carolina. Grants and Scholarships are awarded based on information you provide on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must fill out the FAFSA to be eligible for this grant. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship and Grant Services
  • PO Box 13663
  • Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-4103
  • tel: 919-549-8614
  • fax: 919-549-8481

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Khalil B  on 3/9/2020 11:46:20 AM

Hello, my name is Khalil Barfield-Toney. I am a current student here at Elizabeth City State University and I really want to graduate here at ECSU. I never in my life thought that I would or could be eligible for any scholarship because I sincerely believed that could never be qualified for such an award and in the past I previously paid to go to school, which is different from my current college and I know the struggle of trying to maintain top tier grades or even average grades and getting up everyday to go to a low paying job just to make ends meet financially. Since then I've improved but not just as a student but as a young African-American adult and I'm willing to take advantage of the opportunities that I have before me and today this is one of those opportunities.

Dai’Quan B  on 2/17/2020 8:52:16 PM

Trying to finish paying off my junior college before transferring. I got $2,511 left. Louisburg College

Alexis J  on 1/9/2019 3:35:36 PM

I applied for this and could use the extra financial help. Thanks for wanting to help.

adia e  on 12/13/2018 7:46:50 AM

Hello, my name is Adia Edwards. I have applied for FASFA, but I will still have to pay mostly out of pocket. I have been accepted to several colleges. I am a daughter of a single mother that works multiple jobs and I also work a part-time job while finishing high school and playing sports. I really want to further my education, I will appreciate anything. Thank you!

samantha t  on 11/30/2018 9:59:35 AM

Hi there, My name is Samantha Taylor. I have filled my FAFSA and I haven't hear if I am getting any assistance yet. In January I will my attending Southwestern Community College in pursuit of my certificate in cosmetology. My goal is the complete this course, along with mostly take a business course after and then one day open my own business. So that I can make people feel good by looking good. I want to thank yo for your consideration and time. Any help is appreciated.

Victoria W  on 11/18/2018 10:59:21 PM

My name is Victoria Wolford. I have applied for FAFSA and will be granted financial assistance depending on the school I choose to attend. I would like to earn a BA degree in American Sign Language Interpreting while also completing a minor in psychology so that I can one day be a social worker that helps train foster parents and place deaf/hearing impaired children with the right people in the right homes. Thank you for your consideration and any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Heather S  on 7/17/2018 4:47:01 PM

Hello, My name is Heather Straka. I have applied for FAFSA, however I did not receive any assistance for college. I have been accepted to the University of Mount Olive. I have my Associate's of Applied Sciences in Early Childhood education. My goal is to receive my Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood education and to become a teacher for young children. My husband is a Marine serving on active duty and it will be hard for us to afford schooling out of pocket. Any help received would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for taking time out of your day to consider my submission.

JaLisa H.  on 5/18/2018 12:49:59 PM

Hi, my name is JaLisa Henry. I've applied for my FAFSA but its not enough to cover my expenses at a university. I've been accepted into UNC Charlotte. I'm a super senior in the early college program at Columbus Career & College Academy. My GPA is 3.67. I've just recently received my high school diploma and Associates in Arts degree. To pursue my degree in Criminal Justice. I plan on using the reward given to become an Undercover Agent for the CIA. Also, I come from a poor family so any amount given out by scholarships will truly help me. Thank You so much for the consideration!!.

Alisa M  on 5/14/2018 11:01:32 AM

Hello, my name is Alisa. I have been accepted to NCA&T. I have applied for my FAFSA and I wasn't granted any money for school. I have to apply for loans. I currently hold a 3.68 GPA. Any amount given in scholarships would be greatly appreciated! Thank You for considering me!

Eileen, N.  on 3/19/2018 2:42:43 AM

My name is Eileen. I’m a senior in high school. I got accepted to WCU. I applied for my fafsa. I recently received my status on my application. My grant isn’t enough to cover my first year so I need to take out loans to cover my expenses. Since the six grade I’ve wanted to become a nurse. I’m currently in nursing fundamentals and on my way to getting my CNA license. My GPA is at a 4.4. Anything will be greatly appreciated.

JeKara G  on 3/15/2018 10:46:42 AM

Hello, my name is JeKara Gary. I am currently a senior in high school and I attend Rocky Mount High School. I have completed my FAFSA. I have been accepted to multiple schools and I have decided on my top 3 choices. I plan on working in a government agency being a forensic scientist or work in a crime laboratory. Any help is VERY APPRECIATIVE, anything is better than nothing. Thank you!

Masiah B  on 3/12/2018 2:58:44 PM

Hi, My name is Masiah Boyce and I am a senior at Wilson Early College Academy. I have completed my FASFA and have been accepted into my dream school. I plan on being nurse and I am trying to get as much as I can get. I will appreciate anything.

Hailey L  on 3/7/2018 9:15:43 AM

Hello, I am Hailey Leistner. I have filled out for FASFA already and would love to receive more scholarship help in order to better my future of attending the school I desire the most. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Cody G  on 3/6/2018 9:47:32 AM

Hello. My name is Cody Grunden and I have already filled out my FASFA. I have been accepted at several colleges, I have received several scholarships but its not enough to cover tuition. I really want to further my education and any amount of assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Noah G  on 3/5/2018 2:51:31 PM

Hello, my name is Noah Gillespie. I have been accepted into the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I have filled out the FAFSA but I will still be paying most of the cost out of pocket. This scholarship would help me pursue my studies, and would be greatly appreciated.

Janiya G  on 2/28/2018 12:58:16 PM

Hello. My name is Janiya! I have already filled out the FASFA. I have also been accepted to several colleges. I would be forever grateful for any information on getting scholarships. Thank you

Benjamin B  on 2/6/2018 1:18:07 PM

Hello. My name is Benjamin Baxter. I have already filled out FASFA and have gotten accepted into Louisburg College, however, not everything is being covered financially. I've had several struggles in the past, but my education is very important to me so that I may go down the path to become a federal agent. I would be thankful for any support to make my dreams a reality; thank you.

Jabari H  on 1/20/2018 4:44:55 PM

Hi.My name is Jabari Hill.I’ve already filled out my FASFA but it will not cover tuition.I’m a son of a single mother that works very hard.

Lindsay W  on 1/15/2018 6:18:24 PM

I applied for FAFSA but it isn't covering everything. Any amount I could be given would be greatly appreciated, especially since my financial status has changed since I applied for FAFSA. Thank you so much for your consideration!

Samuel Delabra D  on 12/15/2016 7:38:18 AM

Hello! I have already filled out my FASFA, and even received some of my financial packets from the schools I have gotten accepted too, and although it is major help. it does not cover much. I hope I am considered of this grant so I can continue and pursue my dream career, thank you for the oppurtinity!

Justice P  on 12/13/2016 8:55:14 PM

I have already filled out my fafsa, but it may not cover everything, I am the child of a single mother who is disabled I need every scholarship that I can get to help me get though college. I am on the football team at Dudley High School here in Greensboro North Carolina, but it doesn't seem like I l am going to get a scholarship for that, this will be a great start. Thank You Justice P.

Justice P  on 12/13/2016 8:54:44 PM

I have already filled out my fafsa, but it may not cover everything, I am the child of a single mother who is disabled I need every scholarship that I can get to help me get though college. I am on the football team at Dudley High School here in Greensboro North Carolina, but it doesn't seem like I l am going to get a scholarship for that, this will be a great start. Thank You Justice P.

Ashley H  on 3/3/2016 11:59:25 AM

i also applied for fafsa, however, I have to pay out of pocket too. I know there are people out there who need financial assistance. i am one of those people. My fafsa was not enough to cover all of my tuition. I work full time just to get by. I would love it if I won, because that would help me out more.

sonja H  on 2/23/2016 9:05:08 PM

Hi my name is Sonja Hill and I applied for FAFSA, but its not enough to cover my tuition. I will have to pay out of pocket just so I may be able to even start school let alone finish. I have two small children in the home and I only work 15 hours a week, I f I don't get a grant or scholarship to help me, I may not get to stay in school. I just want to be better for my kids. Please help me

shenita c  on 1/23/2016 3:20:19 PM

Hi my name is Shenita Clark I have applied for FAFSA but unfortunately it wasn't enough to cover my tuition. I have to pay out of pocket money that I don't have to finish school. I would be finish in September of this year but if I don't pay out of pocket or find a scholarship or grant to help me out I will have to drop out. I'm seriously in need of help. Thank you in advance

Stephanie S  on 12/8/2015 11:11:57 PM

I have applied for FAFSA but it do not cover my tuition. I'm in serious need for Grants and Scholarships.

3/29/2015 10:47:00 PM

I have applied for fafsa but will still need to apply for other scholarships to pay for college

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