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College is possible for all – we promise. The NWTC Promise Scholarship will make going to college a reality for eligible, hardworking high school seniors who cannot afford the cost of earning a degree. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the NWTC Educational Foundation will help qualified students attend college.
Learn more about eligibility requirements for current high school students »
Promise Application - April 1
FAFSA Deadline - April 1
Admission Application - April 1
Completed Financial Aid File - June 15
Final High School Transcript - June 15
Enrollment in Classes - June 15
*Summer programs: Student must submit financial aid documentation prior to start of class start date.
You can find answers to most questions in our Frequently Asked Questions guide. Also, feel free to contact NWTC Promise Scholarship experts Ryan Herald or Frankie Destache at 1-888-385-NWTC or email email@example.com.
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