We are so thrilled that you have decided to apply to be an Anytown student delegate! NCCJ works hard to ensure Anytown delegates include a diverse population. This includes socio-economic diversity. Please do not let this application or your need for assistance discourage you from applying for Anytown. NCCJ will do our best to work with your family to cover the fees that you cannot. We ask that you please only request what you truly need so that we can provide aid to everyone who needs assistance.
To be considered for tuition assistance, you must:
NCCJ will ask you to provide ONE of the following documents as proof of household income. If you are unable to provide any of these documents, that's OK. Please go ahead an apply for tuition assistance anyway.
Recent pay stubs (within the last two months)
Letters verifying unemployment status
Tax Information (2022 W-2 Forms)
Letters verifying assistance from Social Services
Letters verifying student received free or reduced lunch
Tuition assistance applications for the 2023 Anytown season must be submitted to NCCJ as soon as possible. Your Anytown application is not complete and your space is not reserved until NCCJ receives your tuition assistance application. Requests for tuition assistance are considered on a case-by-case basis.
All tuition assistance applicants will receive a statement from NCCJ indicating whether their request for tuition assistance has been accepted or declined.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about any of the tuition assistance application process, please do not hesitate to contact NCCJ at 336-272-0359. We look forward to reviewing your application!
Please answer all questions below. If there are other compelling circumstances or important information that you feel would give us a more accurate and complete picture of your financial situation, please feel free to attach a letter to this application. If you have questions or need assistance completing this form, please call the NCCJ office at 336-272-0359.