Financial Aid and Scholarships
How do you fund your degree here at UNC Asheville? First, familiarize yourself with the UNC Asheville Financial Aid website and the various programs and scholarships available to our students. Also, the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is an invaluable resource in the search for viable ways to finance your education. UNC Asheville is consistently recognized as a “best buy” year after year. Apart from our stellar academics and nationally competitive, low tuition prices, we strive to provide financial assistance to help students remove the financial barriers in obtaining a higher education. Over 80 percent of our students’ eligible need is provided by financial aid.
Additionally, the Department of Education supports the following Scholarships specifically designed to encourage high-quality students to consider teaching as a profession:
The North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program is a 4-year $26,000 scholarship for North Carolina high school seniors who plan a career in teaching. The scholarship covers most of the cost of tuition, fees, books and several summer enrichment programs. In exchange Teaching Fellows must teach for four years in the state's public schools.
The University of North Carolina Asheville is known for its personal approach and unique opportunities. Fellows can experience a summer at Cambridge, special academic and social activities, and visits to schools in cities and rural areas across the country. Teaching Fellows earn a 4-year undergraduate degree in a subject area while earning teacher licensure. The liberal arts emphasis at UNC Asheville means we focus all of our resources on undergraduates.
UNC Asheville Department of Education Awards and Scholarship Committee
Mary Morrow-Edna Richards Scholarship
NCAE will be awarding scholarships from its Mary Morrow-Edna Richards Scholarship Fund to deserving students who plan to pursue teaching in the public schools of North Carolina. The amount of each scholarship is $1,000.
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