It's not too late to file a scholarship application at NIC

Literally hundreds of thousands of dollars are available to students through scholarships at North Idaho College. All students have to do is apply.

“We want students to know that there are scholarships available for just about every demographic,” said NIC Foundation Executive Director Rayelle Anderson. “Students don’t have to have the highest GPAs or be low-income to qualify for hundreds of scholarships.”

The priority deadline for filing a scholarship application for fall semester 2012 at North Idaho College has passed, but there is it's not too late to file an application. The NIC Foundation anticipates a record-breaking $700,000 in scholarships being available for the 2012-2013 academic year. Criteria for the scholarship awards varies by program, year in school, hometown and financial need. Recipients include traditional credit students as well as noncredit students taking classes at the Workforce Training Center and even dual credit high school students.

Current and new students may download an application at

For More Information
NIC Foundation Executive Director Rayelle Anderson, (208) 769-5978 or; or Student Services Office Executive Assistant Lynn Covey at (208) 769-7863 or

Posted: Monday, March 19, 2012

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