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Steps to participating in the GILES COUNTY ACCE PROGRAM

Step 1:

  • Meet eligibility requirements
  • Spring 2018 high school/private/home school graduate
  • Giles County resident for at least 12 months
  • Graduate HS with a 2.5 GPA or higher

Step 2:

  • Complete NRCC enrollment process
  • Set up your student account and start checking your NRCC email
  • With a guardian, attend a Financial Aide Workshop held at your school

Step 3:

  • Between January 3 and February 5, 2018 Submit ACCE online application at www.nr.edu/acce
  • By March 1, 2018 home-scholled/private school students should provide proof of residency to Giles County
  • By March 15, 2018 Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) www.fafsa.gov
  • By April 30, 2018 Complete NRCC’s placement test or submit SAT or ACT documentation with no more than nine credits of developmental courses needed.

ALL DEADLINES ARE STRICTLY ENFORCED

 

Contact Angie Covey, acovey@nr.edu

Ericka Tolbert, etolbert@nr.edu

NRCC Educational Foundation

540-674-3618

www.nr.edu/acce

ATTENTION SENIORS: ACCE PROGRAM: 3 Steps to Continuing your Education…

Step 1

Meet eligibility requirements

  • Spring 2016 High School/Private School/Home School graduate
  • Giles County resident for at least 12 months
  • Graduate high school with a 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Complete NRCC Placement Tests (or SAT or ACT) and achieve satisfactory scores

Step 2

  • Attend, with a guardian, a Financial Aid Workshop held at your high school (dates TBA)
  • Between February 1 and March 1, 2016, Submit ACCE online application www.nr.edu/acce
  • By March 1, 2016, submit one of the following as poof of residency to Giles County

Administration Office

  1. A letter from Giles or Narrows High School indicating you have been a resident of Giles County for the current academic school year.
  2. If self-sufficient, provide a utility bill in your name for the past 12 months.
  3. If living with a parent or guardian, provide a utility bill with parent’s name and a statement from your parent stating you have resided there for the past 12 months.
  4. If living with a parent or guardian, provide a copy of parent’s real estate or personal property taxes for the past year along with a statement from your parent stating you have resided there for the past 12 months.
  5. Voter registration record if you have been registered to vote for at least 12 months.
  • By March 1, 2016, Request official high school transcripts be sent to NRCC by your guidance counselor. (Upon graduation, final official transcripts will also be required)
  • By March 14, 2016, Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – www.fafsa.gov
  • By March 31, 2016, Complete NRCC’s placement test or submit SAT or ACT documentation with no more than nine credits of developmental courses needed

Step 3

  • Complete NRCC enrollment process
  • Set up your student account and start checking your NRCC email