North Carolina Programs

North Carolina Programs

To qualify for any of the following North Carolina State funds, you must submit the FAFSA.  Eligibility, in part, is determined by your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and also by enrollment status.

North Carolina Community College Grant

  • Eligibility Requirements
    • Must be NC resident for tuition purposes
    • Must be enrolled for a minimum of six (6) credit hours per semester
    • Must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements
    • Must fall within Expected Family Contribution (EFC) range as determined by the state 
  • How to Apply
    • Eligibility for the NCCCG is determined by submitting the FAFSA.
  • Criteria for Selection and Awarding
    • Students are selected and awarded based on EFC range and enrollment hours.
    • Students who do not fall within the specified EFC range are not eligible for NCCCG funding. 
    • Students not enrolled for at least six (6) credit hours are not eligible for NCCCG funding.
    • The NCCCG is not offered in the summer.

North Carolina Lottery Educational Scholarship

  • Eligibility Requirements
    • Must be NC resident for tuition purposes
    • Must be enrolled for a minimum of six (6) credit hours per semester
    • Must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements
    • Must fall within Expected Family Contribution (EFC) range as determined by the state 
  • How to Apply
    • Eligibility for the NCCCG is determined by submitting the FAFSA.
  • Criteria for Selection and Awarding
    • Students are selected and awarded based on EFC range and enrollment hours.
    • Students who do not fall within the specified EFC range are not eligible for NCELS funding. 
    • Students not enrolled for at least six (6) credit hours are not eligible for NCELS funding.
    • The NCELS is not offered in the summer.
  • The NC Education Lottery Scholarship is not offered for summer semesters. Eligibility is determined from the FAFSA application. 

Childcare Assistance Program

  • Eligibility Requirements
    • Must be enrolled in at least nine (9) credit hours
    • Must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements
    • Must have child/children enrolled in a licensed facility or registered home
  • How to Apply
    • Students must submit the FAFSA in order to be considered for Childcare Assistance funding. 
    • Students interested in Childcare Assistance must also complete the Childcare Assistance Program Application.
  • Criteria for Selection and Awarding
    • Students are selected and awarded based on financial need and hours of enrollment
    • Due to limited funding, Childcare Assistance funding is awarded on a first come, first served basis to the maximum extent possible.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Mayland Community College (“College”) strives to make its campus safe and welcoming learning and working environments.  The College prohibits discrimination and harassment in its services, employment and programs based on race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sex, age, disability, genetic information and veteran status. 

To comply with the applicable federal state laws and regulations, the following person has been designated as the Title IX Coordinator (“Coordinator”) to handle and investigate inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies:

Randy Ledford
Vice President, Academics and Student Development
Title IX Coordinator        
828.766.1280
Phillips Hall
rledford@mayland.edu

Judy McClure
Director, Human Resources
Deputy Title IX Coordinator & Disability Officer
828.766.1272
Gwaltney Hall
jmcclure@mayland.edu

Michelle Musich
Dean of Students
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
828.766.1262
Gwaltney Hall   
mmusich@mayland.edu

Doug Dewar
Director, Counseling Center
Disability Officer
828.766.1256
Gwaltney Hall
ddewar@mayland.edu

In the event where the complainant is a student and the alleged perpetrator is an employee, both the Coordinator and the Student Title IX Coordinator shall work together to investigate the complaint.  All rights will be afforded to student victims as prescribed by federal and state laws and regulations.