MyComputerCareer’s Financial Aid & Tuition
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How much is my tuition? What are my payment options? Do I qualify for Federal Financial Aid?
Financing your education is one of the most important aspects of achieving your goals. At MyComputerCareer, your Admissions Director and Financial Aid Specialists will work with you to find available resources for which you may qualify and create the funding package that meets your needs.
Federal Financial Aid is available to MyComputerCareer students who qualify. Other public financing options may also be used and our specialists will help you determine eligibility. Because MyComputerCareer offers multiple options, your actual cost of enrollment will be determined in consultation with an Admissions Director after a careful evaluation of your training needs and career goals.
MyComputerCareer is nationally accredited by ACCET, the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training recognized by the US Department of Education. The school is also a participant in numerous financial aid programs under Title IV of US Higher Education Act of 1965. As such, qualified students may be eligible for Federal Financial Aid including PELL Grants, low-interest Stafford loans, and Parent Plus loans.
In addition to the programs mentioned above, you may qualify for state and federal assistance under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act or the GI Bill® and Veterans Administration programs. Your Admissions and Financial Aid specialists can help you with these sources, as well.
For students who don’t qualify for public funding programs, MyComputerCareer maintains relationships with various private lenders that offer our students attractive student loan terms including low interest rates and deferred payment options making financing your education easy and affordable for any budget or circumstance.
Additional Campus Disclosure Data:
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