State Grants

North Carolina Need-Based Scholarship

Preliminary offers are determined by the state of North Carolina and are based on financial need. To be considered, the student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The program's funding may be limited; for students who file later, funds may no longer be available. Students must be legal residents of the state of North Carolina, cannot possess a previous bachelor's degree, and must be enrolled in a degree program and maintaining satisfactory academic progress according to JWU guidelines. In order to finalize eligibility, residency determination is required via the Centralized Residency Determination Service (RDS). In addition, students must be enrolled full time (12 credits or more) to receive the full per-semester scholarship amount; however, a student may be eligible for this grant if he or she attends and completes at least nine credits.

State Grants

Students from the following states may be eligible for state grant money:

  • Delaware
  • Vermont

Contact the higher education authority in your home state for more information.