Student Financial Aid
Funding Your Education
The good news is, if you are willing to supply the time and the effort, Brownson Technical School will work to help you find the financial help to get your career going. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Brownson Technical School attempts to keep tuition costs low to allow participation in various sponsored retraining programs such as WIA and TRA-TAA, as well as minimize the need for financial aid and students needing to take out private loans that can have high-interest rates. Options for you could include,
- Pell Grants
- Title IV student loans
- VA benefits
- WIA, TRA-TAA
- and private loans
Will I Qualify?
Many factors determine eligibility for the different Financial Aid programs. Everyone’s situation is different. You really need to visit the school to consult with Brownson Technical School staff, who will help you navigate all the details.
Book a Tour and our admissions representative can help walk you through your options.
Net Price Calculator
At Brownson Technical School, it’s important that you feel comfortable and well-informed. We respect our potential students and want you to have a clear picture of what it will realistically cost to attend school and train for a rewarding new career.
The Net Price Calculator was created by the US Department of Education and is designed to help you get a meaningful estimate of total, out-of-pocket costs, based on your particular financial circumstances and anticipated aid.
How It Works
The calculator first factors cost of attendance including tuition and fees, room and board, books/supplies, transportation and personal expenses. Using Financial Data you enter, the calculator then estimates the amount that you/your family would be expected to contribute to pay school expenses. Finally, the calculator evaluates your eligibility for Financial Aid (need-based) by matching your financial and personal characteristics to the criteria used to determine financial awards.
To complete the calculator you will need to answer some basic questions about you/your family’s financial situation. It may be helpful to have recent tax forms and pay stubs/income statements on hand before you begin.
Please Note: Results from this tool are only an estimate of financial aid eligibility. The accuracy of estimated awards is based on information provided and on the assumption that the student will complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change. Final eligibility for federal and state financial aid is determined by the U.S. Department of Education. Actual financial aid awards, if approved, may differ from this estimated figure.
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