FAFSA School Codes for North Carolina

This page will help you find the Federal School Code for all North Carolina colleges and universities that interest you.

What's a Federal School Code? The correct Federal or FAFSA School Code on your FAFSA application helps you qualify for both federal and North Carolina financial aid programs. Click Here to find your school code.

What do I do with a Federal School Code? You use this code to complete your FAFSA. Once you've found the FAFSA School Code you need, list it alongside the names of schools you want to attend in the Eligibility for Aid section.

You can get more tips on how to complete the FAFSA in our free step-by-step FAFSA guide.

Note: Some North Carolina schools may have different FAFSA school codes for their various campuses or special programs. Make sure the code you find is the exact one you need.

Most popular North Carolina Federal School Code searches

North Carolina State University at Raleigh East Carolina University
University of North Carolina at Charlotte Central Piedmont Community College
Wake Technical Community College University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Appalachian State University Guilford Technical Community College
University of North Carolina at Greensboro University of North Carolina at Wilmington

North Carolina FAFSA School Codes

Choose from the dropdown menu to view your school information, including its Federal School Code.

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