Tuition Assistance at NCRC
Committed to making NCRC accessible, despite financial circumstances.
We believe that having families that span the socioeconomic spectrum is a critical component of a full and varied school community. Accordingly, the school supports a need-based tuition assistance program. The amount of assistance is based on the family’s financial situation and the availability of tuition assistance funds.
NCRC does not use financial need as a consideration in determining a student’s eligibility for admission. The admission and tuition assistance processes are separate and distinct. The admission process is completed before the Tuition Assistance Committee processes the tuition assistance applications. Acceptance to the school does not guarantee the Tuition Assistance Committee’s ability to meet the financial need of the applicant.
The program, funded by proceeds from the annual Tuition Assistance Auction, is available to families regardless of any race, gender, religious, cultural or ethnic origin. Support is based solely on financial need and the availability of funds with priority consideration given to children already enrolled in NCRC. Families receiving tuition assistance are required to make some financial contribution toward tuition.
Tuition Aid Data Services
NCRC uses the services of Tuition Aid Data Services to process financial aid applications. The information obtained in the application process will be used solely for the purpose of evaluating an applicant’s eligibility for assistance and will be treated confidentially.
Contact the Admissions Office
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NCRC admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin and accords them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. NCRC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, tuition assistance, or any other school-administered programs.