Northland Career Center is approved by the United States Department of Education and is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE). NCC is also approved for State Funding, such as A+, the Missouri Access Grant and WIA funding. Please contact our Financial Aid Office for more details.
Financial Aid Advisor: Katie Henke (816) 858-5505
How To Apply For Financial Aid
To apply for federal student aid, you must complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year that you attend. The quickest way to apply is online using FAFSA on the Web beginning October 1 of each year. There is NO cost to complete this application. If you are at a site that requires a form of payment, you are not at the correct site.
Northland Career Center Federal Code: 015451
Gainful Employment Disclosures
For complete Gainful Employment Disclosures, click on the program you are interested in:
Net Price Calculator
In August of 2008 former President Bush signed into law the new Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) which included new consumer requirements for transparency in college tuition and other institutional information for all schools that participate in federal Title IV financial aid programs.
In order to help students compare the price and net value of various institutions of higher education the US Department of Education must provide detailed consumer information on schools. To access Northland Career Center's Net Price Calculator, click here
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Please click on the link below to access important information about your privacy in higher education. This information is pertinent to independence students, dependent students and any person that may be providing financial support for your educational goals.
If you wish to share your financial or academic information with any person, you must fill out a consent to release information which can be obtained in the Financial Aid Office at Northland Career Center. This form must be filled out and signed in the office at the time of your request.
CAMPUS CRIME AND SECURITY
The Career Center collects, publishes and distributes information relative to Public Law 101-542, the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act, as amended. A crime report information sheet provides information for students, employees and members of the public concerning reporting of crime and other emergencies, security and access to campus facilities, campus law enforcement, crime prevention, reported occurrence of criminal activity on campus and the drug and alcohol policy. This information is made available to students and employees annually and to any applicant for enrollment or employment upon request. If you have questions about any of these policies or would like to obtain additional copies of the brochure, contact the Financial Aid Office. CLICK HERE for a copy of the report.
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