Adult Education BIPOC & Financial Access Scholarships
Thank you for your interest in an NCC Adult Education Access scholarship! Due to the high volume of applications we've received for Fall term classes, we are no longer accepting applications for scholarships the summer education term, and encourage you to apply for a scholarship for fall term education classes.

If you'd like to be added to our contact list to be reminded about scholarship opportunities and application openings, or for other scholarship-related inquiries, please submit your contact information below, or check back when the form re-opens for fall class registration currently set for Tuesday, November 8. 

NCC is committed to maintaining accountability and pursuing action to build meaningful diversity, impactful equity, and genuine inclusivity in the ceramic community. We recognize that there are significant and systemic racial and economic impacts that impede participation in the arts, and resulting financial barriers contribute to further divide. To address and help bridge financial barriers to ceramic education, NCC is implementing new scholarship options for our education programming. This will open access to the ceramic arts and welcome all who wish to learn, grow as an artist, and participate in the ceramic arts community.

We offer two scholarship options:
    - a half-tuition scholarship open to artists and learners with financial need
    - a full-tuition scholarship open to artists and learners who identify as Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color

Scholarships are limited and will be available on a lottery basis for previous applicants for a select number of seats, and a first-come, first-served basis for new applicants.

Students are eligible to receive only one scholarship per session.
We will do our best to offer students one of their top 3 choices of in-person or virtual class or workshop.

Preview our fall classes using this link: https://northernclaycenter.org/2022/07/07/autumn-news-northern-clay-center/

Once enrolled, all scholarships are non-refundable and non-transferable. Scholarship students are committed to their selected class, and the scholarship cannot be applied to a different class or term.
Should a selected class cancel due to low enrollment, students will have the option to transfer classes.
Previous recipients can apply multiple times per year, though priority will be given to new applicants.
Within a week of your application, you will be notified of the status of your application and will be aided in registration from there should you receive the scholarship.

For any questions regarding NCC’s scholarship program, please contact Samantha Longley, Education Coordinator, at samanthalongley@northernclaycenter.org

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