Financial Aid Grants
Important facts about grants as a source of financial aid:
- They are need-based.
- No repayment.
- To be considered, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit other requested documents.
- Available only to students who have not earned an undergraduate degree.
- Enrollment requirements may apply.
- Reapply each year.
- Satisfactory progress requirements must be met--see policies page.
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
- Annual amount cannot exceed $4,000
- Amount awarded is based on need, available funds or limit set by North Central College
- Priority given to students enrolled at least half time (4 credit hours per term) and receiving a Federal Pell Grant
|Federal Pell Grants
- Annual awards range from $591 to $5,815 based upon EFC calculation and enrollment
|Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) Monetary Award Program (MAP)
- Illinois residents
- Applied toward tuition and fees only
- Enrolled at least 3 credit hours per term
- Awards range from $472 to $4,720 based upon enrollment and EFC calculation
- We strongly recommend that you file your FAFSA by February 1 each year to be considered
- If you file after this deadline, you’ll be considered based on available funds
PLEASE NOTE: ISAC may change these dates based on state budget constraints
|North Central College Grants
- Awards range from $300-$17,000 per academic year
- Enrolled at least half time (4 credit hours)
- Awarded for a total of four academic years only