Summer and fall classes will be offered in-person, blended, and online with COVID-19 precautions in place. No Risk Enrollment available now. All NWTC facilities are closed to the public until further notice. All campus resources are available by phone, chat, email or text.
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Attend the first week of fall classes, August 17-21, without paying any tuition or fees.
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Grants, scholarships, and loans can help make college affordable. Of course to qualify for financial aid, first you have to apply. We can help.
Financial aid is accepting requested documentation from students via the student portal (my.NWTC.edu).
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Financial aid is available from the federal government, state government and private sources; and it can come in the form of grants, student loans, and work study jobs. Estimate your NWTC expenses and determine your eligibility for financial aid.
To receive all of the aid you are eligible for, it's important to understand the financial aid application process. You can apply for many types of financial aid at the same time using one form called the Free Application For Federal Aid (FAFSA).
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How to pay for summer classes: Financial aid is available during summer session. Learn more »
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