Wednesday, February 8, 2023

CFCC offers new scholarships to high school graduates

Electrical equipment went missing in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence at Cape Fear Community College. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)
The grants to attend Cape Fear Community College cover fees and tuition for up to two years. (Port City Daily/file)

Recent high school graduates can now apply for a North Carolina Longleaf Commitment Grant to attend Cape Fear Community College for up to two years.

Students who graduated in 2020, 2021 or 2022 may be eligible for the $700 to $2,800 yearly awards, covering tuition and fees. Part-time students may receive a partial award.

“High school graduates have the exclusive opportunity to earn a degree from CFCC without accumulating student debt,” CFCC President Jim Morton said in a press release. “There is no better time to go to college than now; this type of grant for students is a rare, one-shot occurrence.”

Learn more about eligibility here and apply for the grant at cfcc.edu.


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Alexandria Sands
Alexandria Sands
Alexandria Sands is a journalist covering New Hanover County and education. Before Port City Daily, she reported for the award-winning State Port Pilot in Southport. She graduated from UNC Charlotte and wrote for several Charlotte publications while there. When not writing, Williams is most likely in the gym, reading or spending time with her Golden Pyrenees. Reach her at alexandria@localdailymedia.com or on Twitter @alexsands_

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