Catawba Valley Community College
The Longleaf Commitment for High School Graduate Financial Aid is a partnership of the North Carolina Governor's Office, Community College System, and the State Education Assistance Authority.
Full time students, a guarantee of $700 to $2,800 per year, for a total of two years is available, as well as partial rewards for part-time students.
The EEVF provides grants to support CVCC students and recent graduates by helping them to start their own business with grants of up to $5,000! We’ll help you develop your business plan, and you will have a chance to pitch to a funding committee for a start-up grant.
Application is NOW available for Spring 2023.
News and Events
CULLOWEE, N.C. — Students from Catawba Valley Community College will be guaranteed admission to Western Carolina University after Chancellor Kelli R. Brown and Garrett Hinshaw, president of Catawba Valley Community College, met Wednesday, Jan. 25, to sign a memorandum of understanding between the two institutions.
Catawba Valley Community College School of Community Development and Public Services Education announces its new Telecommunicator Academy.
Catawba Valley Community College students Laura Wells and Rose Williams have been awarded scholarships through the member-funded State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Foundation.
Catawba Valley Community College student Jordan Riley has been named the recipient of the Garden Lovers Club GLAD Scholarship.
A World of Possibilities
A world where skills and ideas merge to create a better tomorrow. A world where the value of connection, to each other, and to the community is recognized. Discover your possibilities at CVCC.