College Promise Eligibility

Do you qualify for NWTC Promise?

Take a look at some of the eligibility requirements for current high school students.

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Will you graduate in the spring of 2018 from an NWTC District high school, alternative high school, or home school? Will you earn a GED/HSED in 2017 or 2018? Are you under the age of 19 as of the application deadline? And do you live in the NWTC District?

2.0 High school GPA

Is your high school cumulative GPA 2.0 higher? (by the end of your junior year)

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Do you plan to enroll and be active in an NWTC degree or diploma program that is financial aid eligible in fall 2018?


Will you apply for federal financial aid by April 1, 2018?
(By filling out the FAFSA)


Expected Family Contribution

Do you have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of 3,000 or lower?

Your EFC is a number that is calculated from the information you provide on the FAFSA.  It is used by the Financial Aid Office to determine how much financial aid you would be eligible to receive to attend our College.

Yes! You could benefit from NWTC Promise.  
The application for 2018 NWTC Promise is closed.


You can find answers to most questions in our Frequently Asked Questions guide. Also, feel free to contact NWTC Promise experts Ryan Herald or Frankie Destache at 1-888-385-NWTC or email

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More Ways to Pay for College

Scholarships, financial aid, and other resources are available to help you afford higher education. Learn more about paying for college