Making Education Affordable
At the Vet Tech Institute, we understand the fear that you won’t be able to afford your veterinary technician education. To help, we offer at no additional cost individualized assistance in developing a financial plan that works for you. Our experience is that almost everyone who wants to attend the Vet Tech Institute can afford it.
At the Vet Tech Institute, you and your family will work individually with a representative to develop a personalized financial plan. We help you create a plan that works for you and that covers all of your direct costs of education. Tuition, books, fees, and if necessary, housing costs, are all part of the financial plan.
There are several types of financial aid programs available for those who qualify:
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
- Pennsylvania State Grant
- Federal Work Study
- Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
- Federal Direct PLUS Loans (Parent Loans)
- Alternative and Personal Loans
- Installment Payment Plans
Each type of financial aid program has its own set of criteria and rules. Awards can vary based on each person’s and each family’s situation. Some programs require applying by a deadline.
Your representative can guide you through the process of applying for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and can work with you to help optimize your financial aid plan.
As long as you stay enrolled full-time at the Vet Tech Institute, tuition rates will be frozen for you and will never go up from year to year.
To learn more about our financial planning services, schedule a tour soon!
Net Price Calculator
Our calculator can help you get a rough idea of the cost of attending the Vet Tech Institute. There are many factors that affect your financial aid eligibility that may not be accounted for in the calculator. We encourage you to schedule a tour to the school or request information today so our admissions team can meet with you and discuss your financial aid eligibility.