Scholarship Program

Scholarship Training Program

The Neighborhood Stabilization Corporation, (NSC) a HUD approved training organization is making all of its comprehensive trainings available to HUD approved Housing Counseling Agencies, (HCA), and students, faculty/staff members or alumni of one of our participating HBCU’s. This is a $500 value for online trainings and $600 value for onsite trainings.

Scholarship Eligibility

To be eligible for the full tuition and or material scholarship applicants must be one the following:

  • A Housing Counselor and or housing professional employed by a HUD approved Housing Counseling Agency for which an HCA/HCS agency ID number is required.
  • A student body, alumni, faculty, or staff for one of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, (HBCUs), with whom the Neighborhood Stabilization Corporation, its subsidiaries and affiliates has an established partnership to train.

Scholarship Types:

Onsite Training

Virtual Training

Travel & Lodge

Steps to access NEJAC’s Free Comprehensive Trainings

  1. To determine scholarship eligibility:
    • Use the link below to verity your counseling organization is HUD approved.
    • Or see the list below of participating HBCU’s to determine if you are affiliated with one of them either as a student, alumni, faculty, or staff.
  2. Select your course.
  3. Complete the registration form.
  4. Select scholarship type.
  5. A representative from NEJAC will reach out to you within 24-72 hours.

List of HUD Approved Counseling Agencies (HCAs) 

If you are a Housing Counselor, click the link below to determine if your employer is a HUD approved Housing Counseling Agency HCA:


List of participating HBCUs

Students, faculty or staff and alumni of any of the participating NSC affiliate HBCU listed below:  

  1. Virgina Union University
  2. Allen University,  
  3. Benedict University
  4. Edward University
  5. Johnson C. Smith College
  6. Livingston College
  7. Miles College
  8. Philander Smith College
  9. Shaw University
  10. Stillman College
  11. Wilberforce University
  12. Wiley College

The White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 

Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are institutions that were established prior to 1964 with the principal mission of educating Black Americans source. These institutions were founded and developed in an environment of legal segregation and, by providing access to higher education, they contributed substantially to the progress Black Americans made in improving their status Although HBCUs were originally founded to educate Black students. Although HBCUs were originally founded to educate Black students, they enroll students of other races as well.    

NSC/NACA is HUD approved Housing Counseling Intermediary, and HUD approved housing counseling training organization. NSC is dedicated to this government-wide effort to eliminate the barriers HBCUs face in providing HBCU students with the highest education that can equip them with competitive skills as they prepare to enter the workforce.  Through its NEJAC training programs, NSC equips students and alumni with the knowledge and skills in financial management and housing counseling courses to improve education outcomes that can prepare students and alumni for a satisfying career in the housing counseling industry, mortgage industry, or a related field.    

Housing stability has a direct impact in every area of life including education, therefore, NSC is committed to improving the housing and economic conditions of the overall HBCU’s communities.   NSC’s housing counseling programs including, home-buying, foreclosure prevention, and tenancy counseling are available at no cost to the students, alumni, staff, and faculty of all affiliated HBCUs as well as their communities.  NSC will extend its efforts to improve HBCU’s sustainability by assisting them in the development of affordable housing and other projects designed to improve standards of living.  

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