Find out if you qualify for financial assistance at Medtech!
At Medtech, many of our students require financial aid for college to enroll in their program of interest. We understand that financial aid paperwork and tuition assistance can be confusing, but that should be the last thing that keeps you from pursuing your goals and your extraordinary new career. Our dedicated financial aid representatives are here to make this process hassle-free and help you develop a personal student financial aid plan that’s right for you.
Follow these simple steps to understand what financial aid options are available to you and what you need to do to apply. Then, contact us, and we’ll take it from there. We’ll work with you one-on-one to figure out which option works best for you and have you on your way to achieving your extraordinary new career!
How to get started with Medtech student financial aid:
Research your options
Depending on your situation, you may qualify for one of the following forms of financial aid: grants or scholarships, federal loans, or an alternative program.
Grants and scholarships are forms of financial aid that do not have to be paid back
Loans are forms of aid that do have to be repaid, but many don’t require the student to repay their loans until after they have graduated
Aid from alternative programs may include the GI Bill, military aid, financial aid for veterans, the Trade Adjustment Act or the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, or various work-study programs
*Not sure what you qualify for? No problem – request information or give us a call at 1-877-287-1612.
Fill out a FAFSA form
The first step for qualifying for federal financial aid is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as the FAFSA form. The application process and guidelines for completing it are available online here: www.fafsa.ed.gov. Things to remember about the FAFSA:
To apply for financial aid, you must have your most recent tax return for reference to calculate your expected share of financial contribution in comparison to possible grants and loans
The FAFSA deadline varies, so be sure to check with your school
FAFSA forms must be signed. To sign electronically, students must apply for a PIN. If you are a dependent of your parents, make sure they are involved with completing your FAFSA form
Each of our campuses has different deadlines for the financial aid process. Make sure you know your preferred campus’ deadline. As always, if you have questions about each campus’ financial aid requirements, please give us a call. Answering your financial aid questions is our job!
Ask yourself a few questions
Reflect on your own financial situation. What are your financial concerns right now? Do you plan to work while going to school? Where do you see yourself in the next year or two? Do you have savings or family that can help? Be ready to bring your thoughts and questions to your financial aid representative. The more we know about you and your concerns, the better we can help personalize your financial aid plan.
Talk to us
We know that applying for financial aid can seem complicated, time-consuming and confusing – that’s where we step in. Our friendly and knowledgeable financial aid representatives have just one job: making it easier for you! We welcome your questions and are happy to address your concerns. We can help you figure out what best meets your needs and what steps you need to take. You can spend less time worrying about financial aid and more time focused on school so you can follow your passions and be extraordinary in your success.
Contact us today with your financial aid questions or give us a call at 1-877-287-1612. We have locations in Washington, D.C., Indianapolis and Atlanta, as well as campuses across Maryland, Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Florida.