Student Financial Aid Assistance
For many people, paying for your education can be a challenge. We are here to assist you. The Financial Aid office at Delta Technical College is ready to assist all qualified students in paying for their education.
Most of Delta Tech students receive some type of Financial Aid.
Since Delta Tech is not a traditional college, there is no timeframe or deadline on when you can apply for Federal funding. Prospective Delta Tech students can apply for financial aid anytime prior to a program's start date. A new student must be accepted to Delta Tech before a Financial Aid will be awarded.
Financial Aid is the means by which a student pays for tuition and expenses when they do not have enough money to pay for it themselves.
Make an appointment at a campus and a Delta Tech Representative can assist you in completing Financial Aid applications.
Federal Grants and Loans
Federal Financial Aid forms are available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid using the appropriate income tax year, sign, date and return to Delta Tech. If you have already filled out the FAFSA, you will need to add our school code. Go online to www.fafsa.ed.gov and Click step three to add or delete a school code. The school code for Delta Tech is 033683. Delta Tech will contact you when we have received your information.
Delta Tech is approved for the following Federal Grant and Loan programs for those who qualify:
- Federal Pell Grant William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Programs
- Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan(Student)
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan (Student)
- Federal Direct PLUS Loan (Parents of Dependent Students)
Other outside funding students may look into on their own:
Any private loan from a bank
WIA (Workforce Investment Act)
In Illinois, The Bureau of Workforce Development is committed to encouraging statewide economic development by cultivating a well-trained workforce. To accomplish this goal, the Bureau identifies youth, adults and dislocated workers who are eligible for assistance under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), assesses their employability skills and provides training as appropriate for identified sectors of growing employment demand.
Methods of Payment
Cash, Check or Money Order, Master Card, Visa, Discover Card