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2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students 05/13/2021

2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students

Scholarship Opportunities Available
https://studentscholarships.org/2021scholarships.php

2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students 2021 Scholarships - College and High School Students may be interested in the following list of scholarships that have upcoming deadlines.

2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students 04/23/2021

2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students

2021 College Scholarships for high school and college students.
https://studentscholarships.org/2021scholarships.php

2021 College Scholarships | Application Deadlines for Students 2021 Scholarships - College and High School Students may be interested in the following list of scholarships that have upcoming deadlines.

04/20/2021

www.in.gov

Hello Seniors, Parents and Caregivers,

The State of Indiana is extending the FAFSA filing deadline beyond the original deadline of April 15, 2021. There is no set end date for the extension. Funding will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, so students are encouraged to file as soon as possible. You can read the full press release here:https://www.in.gov/che/files/210415_RELEASE_FAFSA-Deadline-Extended_.pdf

Students can continue to contact their outreach coordinator or INvestEd at 317-715-9007 or email [email protected] for assistance in filing the FAFSA.

www.in.gov

Resource Library - Learn More Indiana 03/29/2021

Resource Library - Learn More Indiana

Thank you #learnmoreindiana for this amazing resource library!
https://learnmoreindiana.org/resource-library/

Resource Library - Learn More Indiana We’ve compiled a list of some great resources for students and educators. Learn about colleges and the admission process, and find financial aid as well.

Enroll - Learn More Indiana 03/29/2021

Enroll - Learn More Indiana

Parents,
The absolute deadline to sign up for 21st Century Scholars is by the end of your son/daughter's 8th grade year.
The 21st Century Scholars program offers a scholarship that pays for your college education. This scholarship covers up to four years of tuition and mandatory fees at a state college. If your family qualifies, you need to sign up during your 7th or 8th grade school year. Learn about eligibility requirements here, and talk with your family to see if you qualify.
https://learnmoreindiana.org/scholars/enroll/

Enroll - Learn More Indiana You can enroll in 21st Century Scholars from 7th grade to June 30 of your 8th grade year. With good grades & eligibility requirements, get money for college

02/19/2021

The FAFSA Deadline will be here before you know it!

02/05/2021

Central Noble Schools will be CLOSED today, Friday, February 5, 2021! This is an eLearning Day.

02/01/2021

Due to the school cancellation today, the Olive B. Cole Scholarship that was due February 1st will now be accepted with a postmark of February 3rd. You may also turn it in to Guidance on Tuesday prior to 3:17 p.m. Thank you all.

Timeline Photos 01/19/2021

Almost all male US citizens and male immigrants, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service.

It’s important to know that even though he is registered, a man will not automatically be inducted into the military. In a crisis requiring a draft, men would be called in a sequence determined by random lottery number and year of birth. Then, they would be examined for mental, physical, and moral fitness by the military before being deferred or exempted from military service or inducted into the Armed Forces.

Coaches, you and your teams may be looking at a shortened or cancelled winter sports season, but your role as a leader in your players' lives continues whether or not the season does. Encourage your players to register with Selective Service as soon as they turn 18. sss.gov/register

12/18/2020

This Mental Health Moment is brought to you by The Bowen Center.

12/10/2020

If you would like to sign up, click the following link.
https://live.remo.co/e/northeast-indiana-virtual-fafsa-

12/10/2020

Attention #CougarNation

Please read the attached memo from Superintendent Gaff regarding the move to distance learning for the remainder of the semester.

11/05/2020

Scholarships are rolling in!!! Seniors stop in Guidance and see us!

10/07/2020

SENIORS AND PARENTS!!!
If you have not done so, be sure to create your FSA I.D. and start your #FAFSA application as soon as possible. Seniors check your email for some helpful tips sent out last week!! If you need assistance, please stop in the Guidance Department.

FAFSA - Learn More Indiana 10/01/2020

FAFSA - Learn More Indiana

Find answers to your questions right here!
#FAFSA #learnmoreindiana

https://learnmoreindiana.org/cost/can-i-get-help-paying-for-college/fafsa/

FAFSA - Learn More Indiana To be eligible for federal financial aid, you need to file the FAFSA – the Free Application for Federal Student Aid – by the April 15 deadline.

10/01/2020

FAFSA Kickoff Event
Tonight, Thursday, October 1, 2020
6:15-7 p.m. (ET)
Online: Live on Learn More Indiana’s page
( Facebook.com/LearnMoreIN ); available on Instagram
(@LearnMoreIndiana) and Twitter (@LearnMoreIN).
Students and families will receive tips and tricks to help them file the FAFSA correctly and on time!

10/01/2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Thursday, October 1, 2020

FAFSA Opens Today For 2021-2022 School Year
Hoosier students can apply for financial aid through April 15, 2021

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Hoosier students and families are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is now open for the 2021-2022 school year.

With over $350 million in state financial aid available, as well as billions of dollars in federal aid, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education reminds Hoosiers that filing the FAFSA by April 15, 2021 is imperative for securing money for college.

Filing the FAFSA is required for many of Indiana’s scholarship and grant opportunities, such as the 21st Century Scholarship and Frank O’Bannon Grant, and many colleges require a completed FAFSA to award merit and need-based scholarships. Students earning a variety of degree types – including short-term certificates, associate and bachelor’s degrees and higher – should file the FAFSA to take advantage of available financial aid.

“We encourage all Hoosiers with an interest in pursuing education and training to file the FAFSA because we know that paying for college is one of the most common barriers to attending,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “We also know that recent unemployment data show Hoosiers without education beyond high school are more likely to be unemployed, so the value of pursuing higher education has never been greater.”

The Commission recently released the 2020 College Equity Report, which includes data on Indiana’s college achievement gap progress and the workforce, shows that poverty has a direct impact on college-going rates, as only 38 percent of low-income high school graduates go to college – lower than the statewide average (61 percent), higher-income peers (68 percent) and low-income peers who are part of the state’s 21st Century Scholars program (86 percent).

“Many Hoosiers fail to file the FAFSA by the deadline because they assume they don’t qualify for any state or federal financial aid. The reality is that there is considerable funding available, especially for those that demonstrate financial need,” said Lubbers. “Filing the FAFSA on time is a surefire way to be considered for both state and federal aid opportunities, but you’d be surprised at how much aid is left on the table each year.”

How to file the FAFSA

Students can file the FAFSA online at FAFSA.gov. The first step for students who have not previously filed the FAFSA is to create a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID. Then, each student will need:

Social Security number
Alien Registration number (for non-U.S. citizens)
Federal income tax returns, W-2s and other records of money earned
Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
Records of untaxed income (if applicable)

The U.S. Department of Education provides email and live chat assistance for FAFSA filers as well as a helpline at 800-4FED-AID. Hoosier families can also find FAFSA help through INvestEd Indiana at www.investedindiana.org.

FAFSA Kickoff Event

Tonight, Thursday, October 1, 2020
6:15-7 p.m. (ET)
Online: Live on Learn More Indiana’s page (Facebook.com/LearnMoreIN); available on Instagram
(@LearnMoreIndiana) and Twitter (@LearnMoreIN).
Students and families will receive tips and tricks to help them file the FAFSA correctly and on time!

Applications now open for various teaching scholarships and stipends:

Scholarship and stipend opportunities for aspiring teachers and education majors are also open as of October 1. According to the Commission’s Equity Report, less than 15 percent of students studying for a teaching career in Indiana are non-White.

“Students of color are more successful in their education journey when they have the opportunity to be in the classroom with a teacher who looks like them,” said Lubbers. “We hope to increase the awareness of these programs in order to make real progress for educational equity in Indiana.”

More information about the following scholarships and stipends is available on the Commission’s website:

Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship – Provides up to $7,500 per year of college (up to $30,000 total) for top performing Hoosier students who commit to teaching in Indiana for five years after earning their degrees. The deadline to apply is January 31, 2021.
Earline S. Rogers Student Teaching Stipend for Minorities – Open to minority students (defined as Black and Hispanic individuals) who will participate in student teaching or a school administration internship as part of their degree requirements.
Student Teaching Stipend for High-Need Fields – Available to students planning to teach Special Education or math at either the middle or high school level. Eligible students can receive up to $4,000 per stipend, or $8,000 if awarded both.

For questions about state financial aid, students can contact the Indiana Commission for Higher Education by phone at 888-528-4719 or via email at [email protected].

05/07/2020

Seniors,
We want to feature all of you in the senior video at graduation and in the area newspapers!
Please send in your senior photo and baby photo!
Please also check your email and fill out your google forms!
This is all very important end of the year practices that need to be completed.
Thank you!

04/17/2020

Federal Student Aid

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Friday, April 17, 2020

State Extends FAFSA Filing Deadline Beyond April 15
Commission for Higher Education implores students to file ASAP, limited funding available on first-come basis

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has extended the filing deadline for the 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beyond the state’s original April 15 deadline. The extension is intended to ensure as many Hoosiers as possible can access financial aid in the coming academic year in the midst of challenges presented by the coronavirus.

Students who did not file the FAFSA before the April 15 deadline are encouraged to submit the form at FAFSA.gov as soon as possible. The Commission will consider students who file past the original deadline, however, limited funding is available on a first-come basis.

The extension applies to the 21st Century Scholarship and the Frank O’Bannon Grant. There is no FAFSA deadline for Hoosiers applying for the Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant.

“The FAFSA filing period opened in October 2019 and we always recommend students file the FAFSA as early as possible. We know there are unusual pressures on students and families right now,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “For years, Indiana has focused on making college more affordable for Hoosiers and we have been successful in that pursuit. Extending the FAFSA deadline during these extenuating circumstances is one more way we are committed to helping Hoosiers continue to prepare for their futures.”

The number of Hoosiers filing a FAFSA has decreased this year, which is likely because in-person, in-school learning has been canceled for the year, as have many FAFSA filing support events. As of April 13, Indiana residents filed over 215,000 FAFSAs in the 2020-21 application year, a decrease of 2.5 percent from the 2019-20 application year.

The Commission mailed out paper FAFSA forms to high school seniors enrolled in the 21st Century Scholars program and hosted two virtual FAFSA filing events, offering live help on social media and by phone for students and families. Efforts supported a 4 percent increase in the amount of completed FAFSAs in the weeks leading up to the April 15 deadline.

File the FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa . Learn how to create a Federal Student Aid ID here and visit LearnMoreIndiana.org for more resources, including the information needed to file.

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