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Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid Assistance

A majority of students accepted to DTC qualify for some kind of financial aid or assistance. Because DTC is not a traditional college or university, there is no deadline for qualified students to apply for federal funding, grants or other kinds of financial assistance. In addition, prospective students can apply for financial assistance at any point prior to a course or program start date.

 

Contact a DTC admissions or financial aid representative for more information or to complete an application.

  

Federal Grants and Loans

Federal financial aid forms are available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Students will need to input school code 033683 on their Free Application for Federal Student Aid form to select DTC as their school of interest. A DTC representative will contact you when your financial aid information has been received.

 

DTC is approved for the following federal grant and loan programs:

  • 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 sources of funding available to students:

  • A loan from a bank or private lending institution

 

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.