Our Commitment to Helping Those Who are Committed to Helping Others
If you want to pursue a career in healthcare, we want to help! iHealth@NECC scholarship funds can be used to pay for tuition, fees, books and supplies, even the cost of the school-provided health insurance.
iHealth@NECC Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
- You must be enrolled in one of NECC’s iHealth@NECC degree or certificate programs
- You must have an Academic Plan in DegreeWorks or be working with an advisor to develop a plan that will lead to timely graduation with career readiness and/or transfer to a four-year program
- Once you have registered for classes you must complete the iHealth Scholarship Application/Agreement Form (PDF)
- You must complete the FAFSA and submit any additional financial aid documentation requested by NECC to determine your financial need.
iHealth@NECC Scholarships are Awarded Based on Available Funds, and to Those Who Apply First
Applications are reviewed in the order they are received and scholarship grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis each semester. You must reapply for the scholarship in subsequent semesters even if you received an iHealth@NECC scholarship previously. Students cannot receive refunds from the iHealth Scholarship.
Where Should you Submit Your iHealth@NECC Scholarship Application?
Bring your completed application and financial aid application to:
Haverhill Campus: Behrakis One-Stop Student Services Center
Lawrence Campus: El-Hefni Allied Health & Technology Center, Career Planning and Advising Office
Applications Are Now Being Accepted for the Fall 2017 Semester
Applications for the Fall 2017 semester will be available beginning Wednesday, June 28 with a priority deadline of Friday, July 28. Applications will be reviewed based on fund availability in the order in which they are complete. A complete application includes scholarship application and financial aid application. Late applications will be reviewed as funds allow after all on-time applications have been reviewed.