BEAUTY SCHOOL FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Broken Arrow Beauty College and the Cosmetology Education Center are proud to offer Financial Aid to those who qualify.
Our Financial Aid Program is designed to make it possible for you to attend school. This school’s attendance and refund policies are in compliance with the requirements of the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and the Department of Education. This allows us to participate in the Federal Department of Education’s Title IV Funding Programs which provide funds to assist you with your educational expenses. Remember, you don’t have to be disadvantaged to get financial assistance. Some of the programs you could qualify for are:
PELL GRANTS – awards made by the Federal government based on individual student needs.
FEDERAL DIRECT LOAN PROGRAM – loans based on individual need which you repay after completing your training.
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION – state operated program for vocationally handicapped students. Contact your local Vocational Rehabilitation office at www.okrehab.org
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS – provides some financial assistance to students who are at least 1/4 Indian. Contact your tribal office for more information.
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION – provides assistance through a variety of programs for eligible Veterans and their dependents. Contact the nearest Veteran’s office at www.ok.gov/ODVA
SCHOLARSHIPS – As a member of American Association of Cosmetology Schools (AACS) our students are able to apply for scholarships offered through AACS who partners with industry sponsors who offer scholarships and grants to deserving students. For more details please visit the AACS website.
HOW TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL TITLE IV FINANCIAL AID
Prospective students are encouraged to apply for financial aid upon application. There is no cost or obligation if you apply and do not attend school. To apply for Pell Grants and/or Federal Student Loans prospective students must complete the FREE APPLICATION FOR STUDENT AID (FAFSA).
1. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You will need to complete the 2018-2019 FAFSA application unless otherwise advised by the school Financial Aid Office. When requested by the application process for a school code, enter 015930, and the school will automatically receive an electronic copy. There is a computer available at each school for your use if you do not have a computer with internet access.
2. You will be given the opportunity to import your Federal Tax Information directly from the IRS to your FAFSA Application. We recommend this option.
3. Contact a School Representative once you’re FAFSA Application has been accepted.
If you would like more information, or are interested in beginning your application process, please contact us to schedule a tour or meet with an enrollment specialist.
We are ready to to help you accomplish your dreams.
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