Scholarship Opportunities at NCTC 

 

Mary Josephine Cox Scholarship

Awarded based on special need, special competency, or scholarship, must have a 3.0 GPA, under 21 years old, and graduate of a Cooke County High School or parents must own property in Cooke County. Awards are $ 100.00 for Fall and Spring ONLY (no summer awards). If student maintain 3.0 GPA award can continue for five semesters. Applications are located in the Financial Aid Office and the NCTC Foundation Office. Apply using the appropriate link below.

 

NCTC Foundation Scholarships

NCTC has one application for general NCTC Foundation and departmental scholarships. Applications are available online, in the Financial Aid Department and in the NCTC Foundation Office. The Foundation office will try to match the student with a scholarship. Each scholarship has its own requirements. Amounts of the scholarships vary from $500 to $2000. To view a complete listing of scholarships available through the NCTC Foundation, see the Scholarship Handbook.

 

Friends of Agriculture

The scholarships will be offered for the academic year (Fall and Spring). Must be a full-time student with a majoring in Agriculture fields such as Agriculture, Equine, or Horticulture. In order to be eligible for these scholarships, students are required to take two agriculture classes. Preference will be given to Cooke, Montague, and Denton County Residents.

 

Deadline: April 15th


Contact: Steve Keith (940) 668-4217 
 

 

Complete one application to be considered for Cox Scholarship, Friends of Agriculture & NCTC Foundation Scholarships.

 

ONLINE GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Print this form in PDF. (Paper Application)

 

Deadlines are as follows:
Fall Semester - April 15.
Spring Semester - October 15
 

 

Contact: NCTC Foundation Office Debbie Sharp (940) 668-4213, or email dsharp@nctc.edu.

 


NCTC Foundation Dual Credit Scholarships

The NCTC Foundation Dual Credit Scholarship provides funding for underprivileged students who are residents of Cooke, Denton, Grayson, Love or surrounding counties and are high school juniors and seniors taking dual credit classes at NCTC that do not qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. Students who qualify for the free or reduced lunch program will receive a tuition waiver. Each semester the Foundation awards $96 for in-district students and $162 for out-of-district students. Students must apply every semester to be considered for this scholarship.

 

ONLINE DUAL CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Print this form in pdf for Dual Credit. (Application)

 

ONLINE GRAHAM DUAL CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Print this form in pdf for Graham Dual Credit(Application)

 

Deadlines are as follows:
Fall Semester - April 15th
Spring Semester - October 15th

 

Contact: NCTC Foundation Office Debbie Sharp (940) 668-4213, or email dsharp@nctc.edu

 


Veterans Scholarships

 

Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program

The Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program aims to encourage students to participate in Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs at Texas higher education institutions and to become members of the Texas Army National Guard or the Texas Air Force National Guard, or commissioned officers in any branch of the armed services of the United States. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has begun to receive student nominations from legislators.

 

As a reminder, students must meet specific requirements in order to be eligible for nomination and receipt of the scholarship. A student may receive a Texas Armed Services Scholarship award not to exceed $10,000 beginning fiscal year 2011. A student is required to enter into an agreement with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to receive the scholarship. If the student does not meet the conditions outlined in the agreement, the award will become a loan and the student will be required to repay the conditional scholarship.

 

Pat Tillman Foundation Scholarship

The Tillman Military Scholars program supports our nation’s active and veteran service members and their families by removing financial barriers to completing a degree or certification program of choice. The scholarships cover not only direct study-related expenses such as tuition and fees, but also other needs, including housing and child care.

 

2013 - 2014  PAT TILLMAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

 


William E. Culp Math & Science Scholarship

The scholarship will be offered for the academic year (Fall and Spring). Each semester, you must be enrolled in and complete at least 12 hours of college work at NCTC with a 3.0 G.P.A. High School applicants must rank in the top 20 % of their class. Both college and high school applicants must have an official copy of their transcript and two letters of recommendation to apply. Applications are available online.

 

ONLINE FACULTY CONGRESS SCHOLARSHIP/WILLIAM E. CULP APPLICATION

Print this form. (PDF Application)

 

Deadline: April 15

 

Contact: Gainesville & Bowie: Ron Melugin (940) 668-7731 ext. 4324
Contact: Corinth: Jane England (940) 498-6244

 


Residential Life Scholarship

The scholarships will be offered for the academic year (Fall and Spring). Awards are $ 400.00 a semester. Must be a full-time student who has excelled in Leadership, Academics, or Music. Preference will be given to Cooke, Montague, and Denton County Residents.

Deadline: April 1

 

Contact: Dr. Mike Linder (940) 668-3382 or Marty Kobuck(940) 668-3385 or Thom Talbot (940) 668-3324 or Ashley Tatum (940) 668-3323

 

Dr. Haunt's Chamber of Fears in Gainesville, Texas benefits the Texoma Chapter of the American Red Cross, Gainesville ISD Foundation, North Central Texas College Foundation, and the North Texas Police & Firefighters Memorial Fund.

 


Departmental Scholarships

 

Choir Scholarships
Please contact Dr. Michael Linder, (940) 668-3382.

 

Band Scholarships

Please contact Marty Kobuck, (940) 668-3385.

 

Drama & Dance Scholarships

Please contact Thom Talbot at (940) 668-3324.