Costs & Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid is dedicated to making sure that every deserving NC A&T student can afford this life-changing college education. We work individually with students and their families to find the best financial aid and payment options to suit your particular financial situation.
How Much Does A&T Cost?
As a public university, NC A&T offers a tremendous educational value, particularly for in-state students. The actual cost of your education will depend on several factors: how many credits you plan to take each semester, whether you will live on or off campus, and whether you are a North Carolina resident. (Note: Transfer students from any other North Carolina college or university are considered new students at NC A&T and must renew their residency status for tuition purposes.)
- More about 2011-12 Tuition and Fees
What Types of Financial Aid are Available?
All NC A&T students, including transfer students, are eligible to receive financial aid to help pay for this important educational investment. Financial aid is available in the form of grants and scholarships — awards that do not have to be repaid — as well as work-study jobs and low-interest student loans from the federal government.
- More about types of financial aid
How Do I Apply for Financial Aid?
Start by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This single application is all you need to apply for grants, loans, and work-study aid at most colleges and universities. To qualify for NC A&T scholarships, you will need to fill out a separate scholarship application.
- More about applying for financial aid
Our staff is here to answer all of your questions about tuition, financial aid and more. Contact the Office of Student Financial Aid today.