Jones Technical Institute, a nonprofit institution, participates in a variety of financial aid programs supported by the U.S. Department of Education. The objectives of these programs is to provide funds for students who would not otherwise be able to continue with their education. Students must meet eligibility requirements in order to participate.
Jones Technical Institute administers its financial aid programs in accordance with prevailing federal and state laws and its own institutional policies. Students are responsible for providing all requested documentation in a timely manner. Failure to do so could jeopardize the student’s financial aid eligibility.
In order to remain eligible for financial aid, a student must maintain satisfactory academic progress as defined in the Jones Technical Institute Catalog. It is recommended that students apply for financial aid as early as possible in order to allow sufficient time for application processing. Financial aid is awarded on an award-year basis; therefore, it may be necessary to re-apply for aid for each award year. Students may have to apply for financial aid more than once during the calendar year, depending on their date of enrollment. Students who need additional information and guidance should contact the Financial Aid Office.
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Individuals interested in applying for financial aid must meet with a Financial Aid Officer at the campus. Individuals must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) and other paperwork required by the Financial Aid Office.
For financial aid eligibility purposes and fulfillment of entrance requirements, a student without a high school diploma or GED who was enrolled in an eligible program at a Title IV eligible institution prior to July 1, 2012, and gained admission in to that institution through the ability to benefit (ATB) alternatives, would remain eligible if the student can provide evidence of prior enrollment. The student would need to have passed an independently administered, Department of Education approved, ATB test or completed at least six credit hours or the equivalent coursework (255 clock hours), that is applicable toward a degree or certificate offered by a post-secondary institution.
This is a federal aid program designed to make funds available to those who qualify in approved schools. No repayment is required.
NOTE: Students can contact their Financial Aid Officer or go to studentaid.gov to learn more about student financial assistance.
All financial aid awards are made for one year or less. After the following eligibility requirements are met and aid has been awarded, it will be delivered by payment period and the funds will be credited to the student’s account. To be eligible to receive an award, a student must: