Welcome to Mid-East CTC - Adult Education. Listed below are the types of student financial aid available for students attending our school:
Students must have all financial aid completed PRIOR to the first day of class. If a student fails to do so, he/she will need to go on a payment plan and pay the first payment on or before the first day of class.
For questions please email the Financial Aid Office at: [email protected]
Federal Title IV Financial Aid - School Code 012967 (Mid-East CTC - Adult Education)
Included in Title IV funding are Pell Grants and Stafford Loans (Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and Parent PLUS). Student loans cannot be processed until after a student is in class for 30 days. To qualify for federal financial aid, a student must have a high school transcript or a high school equivalency transcript on file with us and be enrolled in an eligible program. Financial aid eligibility is based on need, which is determined by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the primary application for federal aid. See Title IV Aid link for more information.
Recent High School Graduate Tuition Reduction
Recent high school graduates will now have the opportunity to qualify for up to $1000 in tuition reductions to attend any full-time program at Mid-East CTC Adult Education! We must have a high school transcript with a graduation date on it in order to process this.
Criteria to be eligible to receive tuition reduction at Mid-East CTC - Adult Education:
- Graduate from any high school within the previous 12 months prior to the start of the school year you are attending and receive a $500 tuition reduction
- In addition, graduate with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better to be eligible to receive an additional $500 tuition reduction
- Meet entrance requirements of Mid-East CTC - Adult Education and be approved for admission into their career program of choice
State/Local Funding Sources that some students may be eligible for:
- Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA) benefits through the Ohio Means Jobs agencies.
- CCMEP - At Risk Youth (Ages 18-24) through Ohio Means Jobs
- Veterans Benefits
- TAA - Trade Adjustment Act
- Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation funding for people with disabilities
Veterans/Military Funding Options
To apply for VA Education Benefits on-line, or to get more
information on the educational benefits listed above, please visit the VA
website at http://www.gibill.va.gov
- Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty Education Assistance
- Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation
- Chapter 31 Veterans’ Education Assistance Program
- Chapter 33 Post 911
- Chapter 35 Survivors' and Dependents’ Educational Assistance
- Chapter 1606 Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program
- Chapter 1607 Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve Educational Assistance Program
Here are some resources available to Veterans.
Payment Plan with Mid-East
Mid-East CTC – Adult Education offers no-interest payment plan agreements to help students pay for account balances. The account balance divided by the number of months in the student’s program to determine monthly payments and the first payment made on or before the start of the class. Students will be required to sign a binding Payment Plan Agreement. Students should not sign a plan if they have
no resources to make the payments.
Students must maintain payments as scheduled. If the student fails to make the agreed upon payments, then after two (2) missed scheduled payments, the student may be dismissed from the program. If a student misses one monthly payment, a payment notice is sent to the student. If a student misses two payments, they will receive a letter with a response date in it. Students need to stay in communication with the Financial Services Coordinator if they are not able to make their payment.