How Many Students Get Financial Aid?
Western Nevada College's average financial aid plan for newly arriving first year students is $9,128. Around 76.0% of first year students get some money for college, most of which is loans.
Loans are included in the umbrella of 'financial aid', however the only true college discount is a grant or scholarship that you don't have to repay.
Worried about the student loans that may be included in your financial aid plan? Look at the average amount of debt per student at Western Nevada College.
How Much Aid Is Offered That I Don't Have to Repay? (A.K.A. Scholarships & Grants)
The following scholarships and grants are made up of mostly federally provided grants, plus some state and local awards. 47.0% of first years at Western Nevada College (163 total) were awarded a federal grant, averaging $3,957. In addition to grants, 41.0% of first years (141 total) got scholarships by the college, totaling $1,385 per student.
How are grants and scholarships allocated to freshmen at Western Nevada College? View the graph listed below.
Grants are normally based on need while scholarships are based on merit or ability.
Financial Aid per Family Income
The next chart displays scholarship and grant distributions by income for freshman students receiving any sort of federal Title IV assistance, such as Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||0.0%||N/A|
Title IV aid contains loans, grants, or work-study awarded from the federal government generally according to need. Learn more here.
The Typical Undergraduate Who Gets a Scholarship or Grant Gets $3,406
48.0% of the 3,839 undergraduates at Western Nevada College receive some kind of grant aid. A total around 1,835 students receiving an average of $3,406 per person. The most of which are in the form of Pell Grants.
Financial Aid Links from Western Nevada College
|Financial Aid Department Website||www.wnc.edu/studentservices/financial/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.wnc.edu/NetPriceCalculator/npcalc.htm|