College-Specific Scholarships

Each college offers their own scholarships. You can usually find information about scholarships by going to a school's Financial Aid webpage. Be sure to check application deadlines. For the larger flagship scholarships, application dates are oftentimes very close to the early action/early decision application deadlines. Other scholarships may have deadlines a month or so after. Each school is different, so check the websites of each school to which you apply! Some sample scholarships are listed below:

UNC Asheville Access Asheville program - This program guarantees full tuition and fees coverage for NC residents whose adjusted gross incomes is $80,000 or less. There are additional merit based scholarships available at UNC-A. This is just one special program to highlight.

UNC Charlotte Levine Scholars Program - a merit-based scholarship at UNC Charlotte providing full tuition, summer experiences and a civic engagement grant; Deadline: Nov 15 (may seek school nomination, which is due Oct 15; must apply to UNCC by Nov 1 Early Action deadline)

NCSU Park Scholarship - full tuition scholarship at NCSU; Deadline: November 1, 2023

Cheatham-White Scholars - a merit-based scholarship available to incoming freshmen at North Carolina A & T State University and North Carolina Central University. The scholarship fully funds four years of higher education. 

UNC Morehead-Cain Scholarship - full tuition scholarship at UNC Chapel Hill; students may apply as school nominees or through self-nomination process; Deadline: October 1, 2023

UNC Thomas Wolfe Scholarship - full tuition scholarship at UNC Chapel Hill for Creative Writing; Deadline: November 15, 2023

NC Promise - While not a scholarship, the NC Promise program offers significant savings in the cost of college attendance! Through the NC Promise, the state has significantly reduced student tuition costs to $500 per semester at four UNC System institutions: Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and Western Carolina University.