Financial Aid For Non Credit Courses - Garrett College

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Financial Aid for Non-Credit Courses

The following agencies may assist individuals, who meet their funding criteria, with tuition/fee assistance:

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Garrett County Occupational Scholarship:

The Occupational Scholarship is an extension of the Garrett County Scholarship Program, providing funding for eligible students to obtain occupational training in courses leading to industry-recognized certification.

Eligible students are defined as Garrett County residents who will graduate from a Garrett County High School in June of 2017, received their GED during the 2016-2017 academic year (but prior to June 2017), participated in an acknowledged Home School program, or are current high school students eligible for dual-enrollment. The Occupational Scholarship funds tuition and fees for eligible students who successfully complete their course/program. Awards based on available funding. Call 301-387-3069 for an application.

Naylor Scholarship

The Audrey Naylor Scholarship, established by the Naylor family, provides funding for eligible adults to obtain occupational training in courses leading to industry-recognized certifications. Recipients of the Audrey Naylor Scholarship are required to fund a portion of the total cost (tuition + fees) of the course(s) or program taken. Eligible students are defined as Garrett County adults, 18 and older, who are high school graduates or GED recipients. Call 301-387-3069 for an application.

Garrett College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, or handicapping conditions. This nondiscrimination policy includes equal treatment for students in regard to admission, programs/activities, financial assistance, and equal treatment of faculty and staff in employment.