Financial aid is available for qualified students.
Charter College offers many options to assist students in paying their educational costs. Federal, state, local, and private financial aid resources are available for qualified students, as well as parents.
The wide range of financial aid options can be somewhat confusing and the experts at Charter College will help you find the maximum that you are qualified for from a number of different sources.
TYPES OF AID:
Federal and State
Both federal and state governments offer assistance programs to help you and/or your parents pay for your education. These fall into two general types: grants and loans.
This type of assistance does not need to be repaid and includes the Federal Pell Grant Program.
Loans are assistance you do repay, like the Federal Stafford Loan.
Third Party Funding
Third party tuition funding often comes from state, local, or corporate entities, such as vocational rehabilitation programs, workforce investment initiative programs, corporate sponsorships or employer assistance, high school scholarships, etc…
These programs assist students in paying the educational costs for full-time attendance in a qualified program. Charter College offers numerous scholarship opportunities.
Federal Work Study Program
The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) provides grants that are earned through part-time employment to assist students in financing the costs of college.
U.S. Military and Veteran Benefits
Charter College works closely with local base and Veterans Affairs agencies in order to help provide benefits for active-duty and veteran students.
Native Grant Programs
Charter students who qualify may receive financial support from state or local native corporations and councils.
*Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Charter College has applied to the U.S. Department of Education for approval to participate in the Federal Student Aid Programs for our newest campus in Fife, WA, as of this date the approval has not been received.