We help develop a personalized financial plan for every student at Centura. Investing in the right education now pays higher dividends when you start your new career. To assist you in making the cost of attending Centura affordable, we offer assistance as you plan to begin your academic career. All prospective students talk with one of our Financial Aid Advisors to develop a financial plan, discuss qualifications and obtain any necessary applications.
Centura is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a proprietary institution of higher education for the purpose of student participation in federal grant and loan programs. Centura's training is also approved by several national and state organizations to accept various types of military tuition assistance and veteran benefits for active-duty military personnel, veterans and their dependents.
The school also has tuition payment plans available if you are using income from a part-time job, from family or from personal resources to meet tuition obligations. There are also scholarships and private, non-federal loan sources available. A plan tailored to meet your needs while attending school can be arranged. Check with your Financial Aid Advisor for full details on tuition payment schedules.
Some of the many types of financial aid and assistance options available to qualified students are:
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
- Federal Family Educational Loan Programs
- Federal Subsidized Staford Loans
- PLUS Loans
- Military Tuition Assistance
- Veteran Benefits
- Rehabilitative Services
- Veteran Survivors Benefits
The Imagine America Foundation (IAF), has been serving the career college community since 1982. IAF provides scholarships, awards, financial aid information, sector research and faculty training; honors achievement in career education; and supports and promotes the benefits of career colleges to the general public. For more information about the Imagine America Foundation, or to apply, click here.