FINANCIAL AID / PELL GRANT / STUDENT LOANS
Programs 600 hours or more in length are eligible for Federal Student Aid. We participate in the Pell Grant and Direct Loan programs.
Financial need is based on your household size, income of the previous year, cost of attendance and other factors. You will be responsible for applying on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov (our school code is #011744). The student will also need to complete the school’s Financial Aid Application. The student does not have to repay grant money, but a grant may not completely cover your total tuition charges. If this is the case, then the student is responsible for their tuition balance, which can be made in payments, or the student may apply for student loans. For dependent students, the parents may choose to apply for a Parent Plus loan. Parent Plus loans are based on credit, therefore, a credit application must be completed by the parent applying for the loan.
FINANCIAL AID LINKS
Direct Loans - Master Promissory Note
NATIONAL’S ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Student’s with family income too high to qualify for Federal Assistance, or do not wish to take out a personal loan, may choose to make monthly payments.
Tuition may be divided into payments that correspond with the number of months that the student is enrolled, not to exceed 12 months.