Making College Affordable
Priority Deadline for Fall Financial Aid: July 1st
Priority Deadline for Spring Financial Aid: November 1st
Priority Deadline for Summer Financial Aid: April 1st
North Central Missouri College is committed to equal educational opportunity for all students. Our staff is available to help you with financial aid counseling, general information, application procedures and other related issues. If you have questions about financial aid, you can call 660-359-3948 ext 1513 (8 am to 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri) or write:
North Central Missouri College
Financial Aid Office
1301 Main Street Trenton, MO 64683
Miles More, Federal Work Study Coordinator, ext 1513
Kendra Cox, Default Management Coordinator, ext 1410
Kimberly Meeker, Financial Aid Representative, ext 1402
Sharalyn Robinson, Financial Aid Processor
Ashlea Buntin, Associate Director of Financial Aid, ext 1417
Megan Dewitt, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
A College Education Is Affordable
The average cost of a bachelor’s degree today is about $28,000. If you think you can’t afford college, think again. NCMC offers affordable tuition and a lot of financial aid opportunities. Compare the cost of attending NCMC to that of other colleges and you’ll discover a way to achieve big savings on your college education. (Click here for a fees list)
NCMC’s Financial Aid Office administers scholarships, loans, grants and work dollars to more than 80% of our students. The college offers a wide range of financial aid opportunities to help you achieve your educational goals. Scholarships, federal and state grants, low-interest loans and work-study programs are ways students can obtain financial assistance.
We are especially proud to have more than $1.7 million in endowed scholarship funds through the NCMC Foundation – one of the largest scholarship endowments of any community college. As a result, the majority of students who apply for an NCMC Foundation Scholarship receive some kind of assistance.
The Financial Aid Office staff does its very best to process your application in a prompt, accurate and fair fashion. However, if there are any challenges to the Financial Aid Office, they are handled through the Financial Aid Appeals Committee.
Institutional Financial Aid Programs
North Central Missouri College provides a variety of scholarships and awards to recognize and assist students with exceptional academic ability and/or talent. Scholarships do not have to be repaid and are usually awarded on a competitive basis with scholastic achievement, individual accomplishments and/or financial need. Many scholarships are renewable if satisfactory grades are maintained and the student has continuous enrollment. Each scholarship criteria is subject to review and change.
A comprehensive application form for all NCMC scholarships may be obtained from most high school counselors, the NCMC Financial Aid Office, Admissions Office or requested by mail. Applications are accepted for consideration as long as funds are available; however, early application is advised since some funds are limited. The NCMC Scholarship Application must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by April 15. Click here for a printable application.
Applicants must have completed the NCMC Admissions process to receive full consideration for the following fall term! Applications received after March 15 will be processed according to the availability of remaining funds.