Updated Dec 10, 2:10 PM
Dec 23–Jan 24: Students may charge books and supplies at the NSCC Bookstore against their anticipated aid refund.
For full information, check out Financial Aid and Spring 2014 Bookstore Charges.
If you currently receive or are considering student loans to help pay for your education, the prospect of repaying student loans can be overwhelming. To help, Nashville State Financial Aid is now offering Borrower Care. Our goal is to educate you regarding student loans, promote responsible borrowing, and offer counseling to avoid delinquency or default.
FAFSA & All Required Documents Due by 4:30 PM Monday, November 1
For the spring semester, your FAFSA and all required documents must be received by the Financial Aid Office by 4:30 pm on November 1, 2013, in order to have aid processed in time to pay fees prior to the first purge. If you delay in submitting all of the required documents by the priority date, you will need to be prepared to pay your registration fees in full or set up a deferred payment plan with the Bursar’s Office in order to keep your classes from purging. (read more)