NSC Scholarships: Nevada State College scholarship funds are awarded to students based on merit and/or need depending on 45 the source of the funds. The student is required to have a specific GPA to receive and keep scholarship awards. In order to be considered for NSC scholarships, students should complete the NSC Scholarship and Grant-In-Aid Application by March 1 of each year. Students are also advised to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as some scholarships require some level of financial need. Nevada State College uses the FAFSA to determine financial need.
Outside Agency Scholarships: Outside agencies offer various opportunities to college students if they meet the eligibility requirements identified for each scholarship. The best source for locating outside agency scholarships is through ‘free’ scholarship searches, checking with organizations with whom students are affiliated (church, employer, parent’s employer, high school or parent’s trade unions) and postings within the NSC Student Financial Services and Scholarships office. NSC does not endorse any outside agency scholarships, but will continue to identify and advertise outside agency scholarships that will benefit NSC students. NSC does not advise that students pay for any service that guarantees financial assistance just for using their service.