The Funding You Need for Your Training Investment
More than half of Tulsa Welding School students received financial aid in the 2022-2023 school year.i
CRRSAA funding was exhausted as of 2/28/2022 and no future funding is available at this time.
What Is Financial Aid?
Financial aid is money to help pay for trade school. If you’re unsure about how to pay for vocational training, don’t worry. There are several sources of funding available through financial aid that you may qualify for, such as grants, scholarships, and loans.ii
We’re here to help simplify the process of applying for financial aid. Our Student Finance Representatives will support you through each step of mapping out a plan to fund your training investment.
Student Financial Services
- Understanding your financial aid options.
- Finding and filling out the right forms.
- Determining your eligibility.
- Preparation and planning.
- Calculating your cost of attendance.
- Assisting with possible scholarship opportunities.
- Determining whether you’re an independent or dependent student.
- Assistance with applying your military benefits to vocational training.
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Method of Payment
All applicants should identify how they intend to pay for applicable program tuition and fees and complete applications within three days of signing the enrollment agreement. Students utilizing Military Tuition Assistance (TA) shall not complete an enrollment agreement prior to obtaining authorization from Military command and TA approval. All institutional scholarships are awarded based on availability and a first come, first serve basis.
What Are Your Financial Aid Options?
Worried about how to pay for tuition, books and other school-related expenses? You have options. Based on financial need and other factors, you may qualify for “Gift Aid” (scholarships and grants), low-interest federal loans, or private loans.
The federal government awards grants to students based on their financial need. Learn more about grants.
Did you get good grades in high school? Were you a star athlete? Are you a member of a community organization? Then you might qualify for a scholarship. There are thousands of scholarships and even more reasons you might be eligible for one. You could qualify for a scholarship simply for choosing skilled trades training.iii
Learn more about scholarships.
When you apply for financial aid, loans may be offered as part of your tuition plan. This is money you borrow for school and then must pay back with interest, usually after you graduate. There are two types of student loans: federal and private.iv
Learn more about student loans.
Types of Federal Student Aid
How to Get Financial Aid: 3 Easy Steps to Start
Your first step toward funding your training with Federal Student Aid is filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here’s how to get started:
Get an FSA ID. Go here.
Complete Your FAFSA. Go here.
Use the Federal School Code for Tulsa Welding School: 015733
Call a TWS Student Finance Representative at 855-596-1499.
No high school diploma or GED? No problem!
Talk to our Admissions Representatives about how to attend TWS and get your high school diploma!
Financial Aid FAQ & Resources
Have questions? Need quick answers? Visit our Financial Aid FAQ & Resources page or give us a call today.
We’re Here to Help
We are standing by to answer any questions you have about enrollment. Once you have begun the admissions process, we’ll help you through the financial aid process and create a tuition plan to make sure your training is funded by the time school starts.