North Carolina State University at Raleigh offers many different ways to help students pay for their education. Students who apply are considered for a variety of need-based and merit-based opportunities. Academic and need-based scholarships in addition to Employer Affiliated Scholarships, College-Based Scholarships, Veterans Scholarships, and ROTC Scholarships are available for students. Students must submit the FAFSA as early as possible for full consideration. Additionally, students can find a comprehensive list of university scholarships here.
Grants are provided in the form of institutional grants, federal grants, and state such as the North Carolina Education Lottery Scholarship and North Carolina Need-Based Grants. Students can also visit the student page explaining federal and private student and parent loans.
Students are encouraged to check out the NC State Career Development Center for cooperative education paid internship opportunities, work-study jobs, and other part-time on-campus job opportunities. Summer aid may be available to students wishing to pursue summer classes to work on their educational goals.
The Office of Financial Aid as part of the Student Services Department provides links to a variety of financial-related resources including net price calculator, planning for tuition costs page, and its tax information page. Payment plan options are available to students and their families to help manage and budget for their education. Students can access financial aid assistance. They are assigned financial aid counselors based upon their last name.
Dollars and Sense at North Carolina State University is a financial wellness program available to students to help them make well-informed financial decisions. In addition to alumni speakers, events, workshops, and resources, there is Feed The Pack: an initiative that helps students fight food insecurity within the university and provides access to a food pantry. NCSU celebrates Financial Literacy Month in April with events and workshops throughout the month. Workshops offered on Dollars and Sense at North Carolina State University include Budgeting for Life After Graduation, Keeping Track of Your Money, Dealing With Debt, Living on Entry Level Wages, and Financial Tips for College Students.
NCSU's College of Veterinary Medicine provides students a personal financial services office. This office provides resources and workshops based on budgeting, money management, investing and savings, debt and loan management, and other helpful tools including a personal finance toolkit link and offering group sessions to help educate students.