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WyoTech Financial Aid Myths De-bugged

If you’ve been concerned about qualifying for financial aid at a career training technical school like WyoTech, you may still have some unanswered questions about the qualifying criteria.

The Concern:

My parents are making too much money for me to quality for financial aid.

The Reality:

There is no income cut-off in qualifying for federal student aid. A lot of things are taken into consideration besides your parent’s income, from the size of your family to the age of your parents.

You can fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and automatically apply for state funds and possibly funds from your school as well. Don’t just make assumptions about what you think you’ll qualify for-fill out the application so you can find out.

The Concern:

Only students with perfect grades can qualify for financial aid.

The Reality:

It’s true that federal student aid programs require students to maintain satisfactory progress; however, students can qualify if their academic records are average.

The Concern:

My ethnicity or gender is going to be a factor in qualifying for financial aid.

The Reality:

Funds from federal student aid programs are awarded on the basis of financial need and qualification, not on the basis of ethnic origin or gender.

Contact WyoTech today for more information about the  career tech school training that can help give your life a new direction.

*Financial aid available for those who qualify.

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