When you're training for a new career, the last thing that should be on your mind is financing. That's why Everest College - Everett offers a variety of financial aid options* to help you pursue your dreams. Everest participates in various state and federal financial assistance programs. The following are some of the common forms of assistance students use to fund their education:
Student grants are the first place you should be looking for financial aid. Grants work like loans, except they never have to be repaid by the student. This works as essentially free money to fund your career training. Contact a Student Finance Planner to find out which grants you may qualify for.
It is a common misconception that scholarships are only available for "perfect" student. In reality, there are a large number of scholarships based on your ethnicity, gender, age, or type of education you are pursuing. You can find out what type of scholarships you can qualify for by applying.
Private loans offer another option for students trying to fund their educational needs. Private loans are often dependent on good credit score, or a cosigner with good credit. Check with the Everest Student Finance Planners for more information.
Contact Everest today. A Student Finance Planner is available to assist you with any questions or requests you may have.
* Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
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