Continue your life’s work
where you are central.
To Apply

• Submit completed Application
for Transfer Admission
• Forward official transcripts
directly to the Office of
A...
For admission consideration:
• Earn 27 transferable semester
hours (40 quarter hours)

• If less than 27, high school
tran...
Admission
Guidelines

• All previous academic work is
evaluated in the order it was
earned
One semester hour equals one cr...
Admission Guidelines
120 CREDIT HOURS TO GRADUATE

The requirements within each category can be completed in many ways
dep...
• Completion of core curriculum
not required to transfer
• Previous course work at other
institutions may fulfill some
req...
General Education
Curriculum

CORE REQUIREMENTS
•
•
•
•

Composition
Speech Communication
Mathematics
Life and Physical Sc...
Academic Calendar
• 3 Ten-Week Terms
(Fall, Winter, and Spring)

• Three-Week December Term
• Eight-Week Summer Term
December Term
Interim
Opportunities
Opportunities

• Study Abroad (2-3 week Travel
Seminars)
• Take classes (3 week term)
...
Course Schedule

Day Classes
MWF for 1 hr. 10 min. or
TTH for 1 hr. 50 min.

Evening Classes
MW or TTH for 1 hr. 50 min.
J...
Financial Aid
Financial Aid
Types of Financial Aid
Scholarships
-Institutional Merit-Based
Grants
-Federal
-State
-Institutional
Loans
-...
Scholarships
Transfer Academic Scholarship
•

Awards up to $12,000 annually

•

Must be full-time with at least 27 transfe...
Scholarships and Awards
Departmental Scholarships
• Education
• Speech Communication
Deadlines Vary
United Methodist and R...
Need-based Grant Assistance
• Determined using information
provided on the FAFSA

• Will be calculated at the time
financi...
Grants

Federal
•Pell Grant
•Supplemental Educational Opportunity
Grant (SEOG)

State
•Illinois Student Assistance Commiss...
Loans
Educational Loans
• Federal Direct Student Loan Program (subsidized 3.86%,
unsubsidized 3.86% for 2013-14, can chang...
Filing the FAFSA
Applying for Financial Aid
•

The FAFSA can be completed now for the 2013-14 school year. The 2014-15
app...
Employment
Opportunities
• Institutional
Employment
• Federal WorkStudy Program
• Off-Campus
Employment
NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE
Visit North Central College
To schedule an Individual Transfer
Planning Visit you can contact us:
By phone: 630-637-5800
B...
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Information for transfer students interested in applying to North Central College for the 2013/14 school year.

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  • Good Morning. I have the pleasure to speak about financial aid. A concern for most students who are looking to complete a degree. Today, I am going to discuss financial assistance available to students looking to attend North Central as well as tips for filing the FAFSA.North Central College offers 3 different types of financial aid:Grants ScholarshipsLoans
  • North Central does offer merit-based scholarships to incoming transfer students.
  • In order to qualify for Grant assistance, a student must show financial need through the FAFSA application. Grant assistance will be included in your financial aid award letter.Grant can change from year to year depending on your financial assistance.
  • Transfer Admission/Financial Aid Information for North Central College

    1. 1. Continue your life’s work where you are central.
    2. 2. To Apply • Submit completed Application for Transfer Admission • Forward official transcripts directly to the Office of Admission from all previously attended institutions • Apply for admission for any term • December 6, 2013 deadline for Winter 2014 transfer applications • Associate Degree not required to transfer
    3. 3. For admission consideration: • Earn 27 transferable semester hours (40 quarter hours) • If less than 27, high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores are required • Minimum transferable cumulative GPA of 2.25 • May not have been dismissed from the most recent college attended Admission Guidelines
    4. 4. Admission Guidelines • All previous academic work is evaluated in the order it was earned One semester hour equals one credit hour • 120 credit hours required for graduation Maximum of 60 semester hours from a two-year college Must complete last 30 semester hours at North Central • Schedule an appointment for an unofficial evaluation of your transcripts
    5. 5. Admission Guidelines 120 CREDIT HOURS TO GRADUATE The requirements within each category can be completed in many ways depending on your transfer interests, prior credit and academic goals.
    6. 6. • Completion of core curriculum not required to transfer • Previous course work at other institutions may fulfill some requirements • Articulation agreements with many of the area community colleges available • North Central College participates in the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) Admission Guidelines
    7. 7. General Education Curriculum CORE REQUIREMENTS • • • • Composition Speech Communication Mathematics Life and Physical Sciences (including one lab) • Humanities/Fine Arts • Social Sciences 6 credit hours 3 credit hours 3 credit hours 6.5 credit hours 9 credit hours 9 credit hours ALL-COLLEGE REQUIREMENTS • Religion and Ethics • Intercultural Seminar • Leadership, Ethics & Values Seminar 3 credit hours 3 credit hours 3 credit hours DEGREE-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS • B.A. – Foreign Language: 3 yrs. high school, 6-8 credit hours (2 college courses), or take Intercultural ACR (48 credit hours req.) • B.S. – Additional math, science, computer science depending on major
    8. 8. Academic Calendar • 3 Ten-Week Terms (Fall, Winter, and Spring) • Three-Week December Term • Eight-Week Summer Term
    9. 9. December Term Interim Opportunities Opportunities • Study Abroad (2-3 week Travel Seminars) • Take classes (3 week term) • Participate in Appalachian Service Project (ASP) and other service opportunities • Participate in internships • Verandah Experiences
    10. 10. Course Schedule Day Classes MWF for 1 hr. 10 min. or TTH for 1 hr. 50 min. Evening Classes MW or TTH for 1 hr. 50 min. Jumbo Classes M, T, W, or TH for 3 hrs. 30 min.
    11. 11. Financial Aid
    12. 12. Financial Aid Types of Financial Aid Scholarships -Institutional Merit-Based Grants -Federal -State -Institutional Loans -Federal -Private
    13. 13. Scholarships Transfer Academic Scholarship • Awards up to $12,000 annually • Must be full-time with at least 27 transferable hours with a cumulative 2.75/4.00 GPA • Renewable up to two years Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship • Awards up to $3,000 annually • Must be full-time with at least 27 transferable hours and a cumulative 2.75/4.00 GPA • Renewable up to two years Alpha Beta Gamma Scholarships • Awards $1,000 annually • Must be full-time with at least 27 transferable hours and a cumulative 2.75/4.00 GPA • Renewable up to two years Talent Scholarships • Awarded by audition in Vocal and Instrumental Music, Music Education, Theatre, Forensics, Mock Trial, and Studio Art • Do NOT need to major/minor in area to participate
    14. 14. Scholarships and Awards Departmental Scholarships • Education • Speech Communication Deadlines Vary United Methodist and Religious Vocation Scholarships • Various scholarships available Deadlines Vary International Scholarships • Awards up to $20,000 annually • Renewable up to two years Alumni Scholarship • Awards $1,000 annually • Renewable up to two years
    15. 15. Need-based Grant Assistance • Determined using information provided on the FAFSA • Will be calculated at the time financial aid award letter is created • Must demonstrate financial need to qualify • Grant can change from year to year depending on your financial situation Grants
    16. 16. Grants Federal •Pell Grant •Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) State •Illinois Student Assistance Commission Monetary Award Program (MAP) Institutional •Need-based North Central Grants *Grants and scholarships do not have to be repaid
    17. 17. Loans Educational Loans • Federal Direct Student Loan Program (subsidized 3.86%, unsubsidized 3.86% for 2013-14, can change each year) • Federal Parent Loans to Undergraduate Students (PLUS) (currently 6.41%, rates change every July 1) • United Methodist Student Loan Fund NELNET Tuition Management Company Interest-free monthly payment plan -- non-refundable enrollment fee $45 per term or $80 per year (3 terms)
    18. 18. Filing the FAFSA Applying for Financial Aid • The FAFSA can be completed now for the 2013-14 school year. The 2014-15 application should be completed between January 1 – February 1, 2014. • Apply for the Personal Identification Number (www.pin.ed.gov) • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the web (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Do not wait until you are admitted! • You will be contacted if more information is needed Helpful Hints for Completing the FAFSA  Make sure your social security number and birthdate are correct  At least one parent’s social security number must be reported (If student is dependent)  For 2013-14 school year, use your 2012 tax returns to complete the income, earnings, and benefits section  Do not leave the asset section blank – use 0’s  Recommended that the FAFSA is completed as soon as possible
    19. 19. Employment Opportunities • Institutional Employment • Federal WorkStudy Program • Off-Campus Employment
    20. 20. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE
    21. 21. Visit North Central College To schedule an Individual Transfer Planning Visit you can contact us: By phone: 630-637-5800 By email: admissions@noctrl.edu At Twitter: @transfer2ncc Or website: Transfer Admission

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