Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. One of the reasons that many students don’t explore financial assistance for their education is because they don’t know the financial aid eligibility requirements. As a result, many go without help when a lot of money is available to them.
Here you will find the different requirements you need to meet in order to qualify for financial assistance to help pay for your tuition and other costs for school.
To be eligible, you must:
As you can see, the financial aid eligibility requirements are straightforward. To begin the process to receive funds and to learn more about costs associated with college, visit StudentAid.Ed.gov.
In addition to meeting the above requirements, you must also meet one of the following eligibility standards:
If you are unsure about whether or not you qualify, one of our Financial Services Representatives can help you determine if you’re eligible.
If you need help filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), then you can contact our FAFSA support line at 866.843.5376 and speak with a Financial Services Representative who can help you fill it out the application. We also highlight the process on our How to Apply page in order to help you through the application process.
At Berks Technical Institute, we want to help you succeed, not only in the classroom but also in getting you to the classroom as well. By offering our services to help you discover ways you can pay your tuition and other school expenses, we hope to make the transition into one of our accredited programs as easy as possible.
At BTI, we are here to assist you with the financial aid process, including determining if you meet the financial aid eligibility requirements. Call us at 866.481.9301 or click here to request more information.
Berks Technical Institute is dedicated to finding ways to help students make responsible borrowing decisions and keep students’ debts to manageable levels. Borrow only what you need to cover the cost of tuition, fees, and books to ensure you are not taking on more debt than necessary. Remember, you are expected to repay your loan plus interest. Acquiring too much loan debt may be detrimental to your long-term financial health. The less you borrow, the less you will have to repay after graduation.