Financing your new career can be difficult. We have several ideas that might help you achieve your goal easier than you may have thought! Take a look at these ideas.
If you would like to fill out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid: FAFSA Application), you will need our school code:
then, click this link FAFSA Application2. We offer several payment plans through TFC Credit. First, you will want to meet with our Admissions Director to fill out the necessary paperwork. These payment plans are at various interest rates depending upon how long you want to spread your payments out. However, the longest plan currently offered is 60 months. TFC accepts AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover (they do charge a small service fee). Pay for your tuition and get miles!
3. We participate in the WIA (Workforce Investment Act) program. The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 is the federal law that governs certain workforce development services to businesses and job-seekers including adults, dislocated workers and youth. If you are eligible, you can get as much as a $5,000 (or more) grant toward your tuition!
The WIA program is administered locally. We recommend talking with a caseworker located inside most unemployment offices.
On the Internet, you can find additional information and research:Arkansas Department of Workforce Services http://www.state.ar.us/esd/
4. You can pay upfront for your tuition with an American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or check or cash.
5. Veterans!!! We participate in VA programs. Check with your VA office or visit us to learn more.
6. Military Spouses!!! We are registering now for the MYCAA program. We expect approval by 31 January 2010! Call us to learn more or visit http://www.militaryonesource.com/MOS/FindInformation/Category/MilitarySpouseCareerAdvancementAccounts.aspx
7. Donor's Forum in Chicago, IL The Donors Forum is the premier resource for networking and education, information and knowledge, and leadership on behalf of philanthropy in the region. As a nonprofit membership association of grantmakers, individual donors and advisors, the Donors Forum advances philanthropy by serving its members and by promoting an effective and informed nonprofit sector. Even though it is in Chicago, there are sources for grants everywhere!