Get the Financial Assistance You Need
How one’s education will be funded is always an important consideration in determining where and when to enroll in school.
While a quality education cannot be free, ICT believes that the cost of an education should not be a deterrent in meeting one’s career goals. We also recognize the importance of being willing to invest in one’s own future. We offer all students a wide range of options.
To facilitate the determination of what resources are available to each student, our institution utilizes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A copy of the application is available at each campus or can be obtained online at http://fafsa.ed.gov
The institution maintains a Financial Planning Department to assist students in obtaining the financial assistance they require for their educational expenses. Available resources include federal aid, part-time employment (administered through the Employment Assistance Office) and student loans from private lenders. Federal assistance programs are administered through the Office of Student Financial Assistance, U.S. Department of Education. Any U.S. citizen, national or person in the United States for other than temporary reasons who is enrolled or accepted for enrollment (on at least half-time basis) may apply for the programs.
Federal grants are available for those who qualify. Read more to see if you are eligible.
It is a privilege to be part of a country where practically everyone has the opportunity to further their education, and in many instances, some type of grant or gift aid is available.
This program provides employment for students who demonstrate financial need and who must earn a part of their educational expenses while in school.
Monthly Payment Plans
For those students who do not qualify for financial assistance or do not want to take out a student loan to fund their tuition, ICT can set up monthly payment plans that will still enable students achieve their education goals.
The Veterans Administration (VA) oversees various programs that are for use by U.S. Veterans for assistance in pursuing an education. The institution will assist potential students who are qualified to receive this form of assistance.