The Spring 24 Semester Path2Success Coaching Program application is closed now. The 2024-25 application will open in spring of 2024. Please read carefully all the information below.
Please check your eligibility before you apply. Instructions ‘How to Apply’ available above.
To apply you must:
- Have declared Norwalk as a home campus
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.3 to 3.4 at CT State Norwalk
- Have 12 to 30 credits earned by the end of the spring semester at CT State Norwalk (that count towards your degree)
- Be enrolled in a degree or certificate program available at Norwalk (Nursing students are not eligible)
- Declare a major available at Norwalk (General Studies, Liberal Arts etc. count except Nursing)
- Take at least 6 credits in the Spring semester
- 5-6 sessions with a success coach
- Financial support towards tuition and fees
- $150 Gift Card upon successful completion of each semester
It is possible than we may request you to submit more information before the decision is made! The NCC Foundation will notify you by email once all applications are reviewed with a decision. If you were selected to receive a scholarship, you will be requested to submit your Post-Acceptance agreement and a Thank You note to the donors. The Post-Acceptance agreement and Thank You note are required in order for you to receive a scholarship. Once the Post-Acceptance agreement is submitted, the Business Office will receive a request to apply your award to your student account.
In 2018, the NCC Foundation funded a pilot program to provide scholarship recipients in the 2.3 to 3.4 GPA range with a master’s level success coach. Data and experience suggest that students falling within this GPA range are the most likely to struggle to maintain their academic standing and progress towards graduation. Path To Success (P2S) was based on the coaching model and success of the earlier Path programs, and eventually students from the original programs were incorporated into P2S, combining academic coaching and financial support to guide students toward their academic goals.
Please check this email account regularly year-round for information regarding your application.
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