Financial aid helps make college affordable, and over 85% of NC Central students receive financial assistance. Aid options for covering college expenses include scholarships and grants, work-study, and loans.
2020-2021 Forms and Documents
Eligibility for federal student aid is determined based on financial need in conjunction with several other factors. The Office of Scholarships and Student Aid determines what you are eligible to receive based on your expected family contribution (EFC). To receive financial aid, you must meet certain eligibility criteria.
Certification of No Parental Support for Limited Financial Aid
The parent refuses to complete the FAFSA.
FAFSA correction is required due to an incomplete application.
Marital Status Verification
Conflicting information exists regarding the individual's marital status.
Minimal Income Form
Low to no income was reported on the FAFSA.
Parental Information Form
Parental demographic information must be added to the FAFSA.
A valid signature is missing from the FAFSA.
V1 Standard Verification Worksheet
Submit standard verification of household size and income.
V4 High School Completion Worksheet
Submit verification of high school completion and identity.
V5 Aggregate Verification Worksheet
Submit aggregate verification of income, household size, high school completion and identity.
Award/Loan Forms and Documents
Confirm Parent on the PLUS Application
Complete this form and provide documentation to show the Plus application was submitted by your parent.
Cost of Attendance Adjustment Form
Request an increase for the amount of eligible costs in your financial aid budget for this year.
Loan Adjustment Form
Request to decrease or cancel a loan.
Request to increase a student loan based on remaining eligibility.
PLUS (Parent) Loan Increase Request
Request to increase a parent PLUS loan (electronically signed by student and parent).
Teach Grant Request
Request to be considered for an NC TEACH Grant service loan.
Complete this form and provide documentation of your U.S. or Eligible Non-Citizenship.
Upload documentation to verify your selective service registration status.
Unusual Enrollment History
Complete this form by uploading transcripts to confirm credits received at prior colleges and/or a letter of explanation for no earned credits.
Submit this form for extenuating circumstances not listed on the FASFA to determine a student’s eligibility for a dependency override.
Submit this form if your household income has been significantly reduced from the income reported on your FAFSA.
Informational Forms & Documents
Receive one-on-one assistance with completing your FAFSA.
Use this coversheet to fax information to the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid.
Financial Aid Award Guide
This guide provides information regarding receiving Federal financial aid at NCCU.
How to Accept Aid through Banner SSB
This article lists the steps to accept/view your financial aid offer through Banner SSB.
How to Create an FSA ID
Learn how to create an FSA ID to electronically sign your FAFSA, master promissory note and more.
IRS Data Retrieval and IRS Tax Transcript Instructions
Learn how to transfer your tax information directly onto your FAFSA.
Master Promissory Note Instructions
Access instructions for completion of the electronic master promissory note for students or parents.
PLUS (Parent) Loan Instructions
Review instructions for the completion of the electronic Parent Plus Loan Application.
Scholarship Donor Form
Access instructions on how to submit payment of an outside scholarship.
Victim of Identity Theft
Learn how to access required financial aid documents as a victim of identity theft.
Check Request for Academic Awards and Stipends
Submit a departmental request form for student academic awards.
NCCU Foundation Scholarship Requisition Form
Submit a request for payment of student awards through the NCCU Foundation.
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To receive consideration for financial aid at North Carolina Central University, students must be in compliance with federal regulations regarding satisfactory academic progress.
To remain eligible for federal student aid during the semester, the student must be attending classes, taking exams, and completing the required course work.