Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Financial aid may consist of a combination of loans, grants, and cash payments. Budgeting assistance is available for most students who choose to change their lives with a MyComputerCareer-TechSkills education. This assistance varies from campus to campus and from student to student, but there are many programs and payment plans available to help you finance your career training. Please take the FREE CAREER EVALUATION (Medical or IT) or call 866.606.6922 to learn more about programs for which you may qualify.
In addition to grants and loan programs, you may be eligible for employer tuition assistance or tuition reimbursement. MyComputerCareer-TechSkills offers access to accredited certification programs which allow eligible students to use their employer or military tuition benefits to pay for all or part of their education.
All programs at our 5 locations are approved for Title IV funding. This means that these campuses have been approved by the US Department of Education to offer Title IV funds to qualified students in qualified programs. However, funding levels may vary depending on the program and campus. Title IV funds for which MyComputerCareer-TechSkills students may apply include Pell Grants, William D. Ford Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program and Direct PLUS loans (for parents of dependent students).
Applying for Title IV Student Aid
Start the process to apply for Title IV funding by completing the Federal Application called the FAFSA.
Go to www.pin.ed.gov to apply for a pin – this allows you and your parents (if you are dependent) to electronically sign the FAFSA.
Then go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete the FAFSA application. You will need tax returns for you, your spouse and parents if applicable or W-2s if you have not yet filed. You will also need to know your current assets and non taxable income. You can get a detailed explanation of all the questions on the FAFSA by going to: http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/completing_fafsa/index.html
The school code to enter on the FAFSA is:
Students at some MyComputerCareer-TechSkills campuses may be eligible for financial aid through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). This government program can provide free scholarship money to eligible students in qualifying career training programs.
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