There are federal, state, institutional and private sources of financial support. A student may qualify for one or more of these types of financial aid. Grants and scholarships are gift assistance and do not have to be repaid. Loans are borrowed money that must be repaid with interest. Some options may require the student to complete a service requirement.
For a detailed explanation of the federal program offered by the U.S. Department of Education, visit Student Aid on the Web.
Angeles Institute offers students several options for payment and will make every effort to assist students in achieving their educational goals by helping them meet their financial needs. All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance if unable to meet educational costs on their own. Arrangements to finance your education can be made by regular, monthly payments through an installment plan. Various options may require an application and have eligibility requirements as indicated by the facility, company, and/or agency (e.g., loan programs, employer programs, scholarships, financial aid).
Option 1: Full Payment of the Program/Course
Option 2: Installment Payments (10 months) for the Total Program Cost
Option 3: Private Loan programs or Career Training Loans (e.g., Sallie Mae)
Option 4: Student’s Employer Reimbursement or Direct Payment
Option 5: Scholarships (e.g., California’s Vocational Nursing Scholarship)
Option 6: Financial Aid Award (e.g., Free Application for Federal Student Aid)