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Don’t miss this opportunity to pursue your dreams tuition-free at Forsyth Tech.

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Don’t let money (or the fear of debt) squash your career dreams.

The Next NC Scholarship is opening new doors by providing full or partial tuition to students from NC households making $80,000 or less.

Rarin’ to go? Here’s how to get a tuition-free education at local public colleges like Forsyth Tech:

  1. See if you meet these requirements.
  2. Fill out the FAFSA by Aug. 15 (pro tip: the earlier the better for Fall students).
  3. Apply to Forsyth Tech.

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