|For the academic year:
| Application deadline:
||June 30, 2013
After this application deadline, you may still apply for whatever funds remain available.
Students can receive $5000 toward a BAS degree in
Instrumentation or AAS degree or Certificate of Achievement in the diesel technology,
welding technology, industrial plant
mechanics, or electrical systems programs at GBC.
Click here to find out more!
Graduating Nevada high school students who are eligible for a Millennium
Scholarship can visit the Nevada State Treasurer website and view the instructions about activating this scholarship.
To apply for other scholarships, follow the steps below:
- Order official transcripts.
If you are enrolling directly from high school, order an
official transcript from your high school. If you have completed at least one semester
at GBC, order a GBC transcript (instructions).
If you have earned college credits elsewhere, order an official transcript from that
institution. Have those transcripts mailed to Student Financial Services (address
- Apply for a Federal PIN and complete the FAFSA application.
Some scholarships are awarded partly on a basis of financial
need. To compete for those scholarships, you will need to complete the two steps below. Complete instructions, including videos, for these two steps can be found on the Apply for Loans and Grants page, Steps 1 and 2.
- Obtain a federal PIN number at www.pin.ed.gov.
Keep it private. It will allow you to sign forms submitted on the web.
- Complete the Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To complete the FAFSA application, you
will need the GBC code: 006977
- Fill Out a Scholarship Application
Download, print, and complete an application:
Return the Scholarship Application on or before the deadline shown on the application to Student Financial
Services (address below).
Note: Your application becomes complete and valid
only when you have submitted all the documentation above.
Student Financial Services
Great Basin College
1500 College Parkway
Elko, Nevada 89801
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