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Financial Assistance

The College offers students several options for payment of tuition. All students are encouraged to apply for federal and state financial aid funding if unable to meet educational costs on their own. The College participates in several types of Title IV programs, most of which are based on financial need.

Students seeking financial assistance must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. If you don't already have an FSA ID, apply for one online at https://fsaid.ed.gov/ so that you can e-sign your FAFSA. The College's Financial Aid Officer uses the information from the FAFSA to determine students' eligibility and assists them in deciding what resources are best suited to their circumstances. Students must meet all eligibility requirements to qualify for Federal Student Aid. The Financial Aid Office will provide the student with an estimated award letter based on the information provided on the FAFSA. Additional documentation may be required to support the student's request for financial assistance if the FAFSA is selected for verification. Final award letters are made available to students on the ACC secured student portal each academic year at https://myportal.americancareercollege.edu. Renewal of financial aid is not automatic. Recipients are required to reapply each year by the announced deadline.

Federal and state grants and loans will be disbursed onto student accounts to cover direct educational costs. Disbursements in excess of direct costs will be refunded to the student (or parent, in the case of a PLUS loan), or in some cases refunded back to the respective lender. Students may elect to have excess funds retained on their account  until the end of the aid year or loan period, at their discretion. Federal Work Study earnings will be paid directly to the student via check on a biweekly basis for actual hours worked.

Students who obtain a loan to pay for their education will be responsible for repayment of the full amount of the loan, plus interest, less the amount of any refund. If a student withdraws, a refund calculation will be completed and a refund of non-federal aid funds may be provided. 

Verification Deadlines: If selected for verification, the ACC Financial Aid Department may request additional documentation to support the student's request for financial assistance, including, for example, official IRS Tax Transcripts, signed verification worksheets, proofs of identity, etc. The student must submit all requested information in order to receive the estimated financial aid awards. Students are expected to submit all verification materials within 14 days of the request. Exceptions may be made on a case- by- case basis, but failure to submit verification materials within 45 days of the request may result in the loss of institutional scholarships, campus- based aid and federal loans for that term. Pell grant eligibility will be forfeited if requested verification documents are not received by September 30th of the trailing year of the aid year, or within 120 days of the last day of enrollment, whichever comes first.

 

Financial Aid Programs Available at ACC

California State Aid Programs

Cal Grant Program

Cal Grant B and C are grant programs administered by the State of California and are available to eligible student who have applied before the March 2nd deadline. In addition to federal student aid requirements, students must be California residents and attend a qualified institution at least half-time. Student eligibility must be approved by the California Student Aid Commission. Grants are based on funds available from the State and do not have to be repaid. All Cal Grant payments are credited to the student's account to cover tuition, fees, and supplies. However, a student may request direct payment of his or her Cal Grant B access funds up to the date the fund transaction actually occurs.

Chafee Grant Program

The California Chafee Grant for Foster Youth is a grant program administered by the State of California. To qualify, student must be a current or former foster youth; not have reached your 22nd birthday as of July 1 of the award year; have documented financial need, be enrolled at least half-time; enroll in a qualified program of at least one academic year in length, and maintain satisfactory academic progress. The court must have established your dependency when you were between the ages of 16 and 18. The California Department of Social Services will verify your foster youth eligibility status. Chafee Grant payments will be credited to the student's account to cover tuition, fees, and supplies. Excess Chafee Grant funds may be used to pay for child care, rent, or transportation while attending school.

Federal Aid Programs

Federal Pell Grant

The Federal PELL Grant program provides a foundation of assistance to which other forms of aid may be added. Eligibility for the Federal PELL Grant Program is determined by a standard formula that is revised and approved every year by the federal government. Unlike loans, grants do not have to be paid back. A student can receive a Federal Pell Grant for no more than six academic years.

Federal Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant

The Federal Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant is offered to students who are not eligible for a Federal Pell Grant on the basis of their Expected Family Contribution as calculated from FAFSA data, but meet the remaining Federal Pell Grant eligibility requirements. In order to qualify, students must have had a parent or guardian in the U.S. armed forces that died as a result of military service performed in Iraq or Afghanistan after the events of 9/11. The student must have been under 24 years old or enrolled in college at least part-time at the time of the parent or guardian's death.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG): Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are available to a limited number of students with exceptional financial need. Grants are based on available funds and do not have to be repaid. Need is determined by the financial resources of the student's family and the cost of attending school.

Federal Work-Study (FWS)

The Federal Work-Study Program provides jobs for graduate and undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay educational expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to your course of study. Funds under this program are limited. Students who indicate on their annual FAFSA that they are interested in FWS, and are otherwise eligible, will be awarded FWS funds; however, students must contact the Student Resource Center to apply to and be hired for a specific job opportunity in order to receive funds.

William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program

Under the Federal Direct Loan (FDL) program the College certifies eligibility for each loan, and sends the loan details to the U.S. Department of Education. Loan proceeds are disbursed to the College electronically and then posted to the student's account. Students must repay the loan with interest to the servicer assigned by the U.S. Department of Education after the loan is disbursed.

Eligible students will be awarded estimated student loan amounts based on FAFSA submission and the standard need-analysis formula. Students must complete and submit a Master Promissory Note (MPN) to the Department of Education before loans will be processed. First time loan borrowers must also complete student loan entrance counseling prior to funds being disbursed. Both the MPN and loan counseling are available online at https://studentloans.gov/

Subsidized Loan

Federal Direct Subsidized loans are available to undergraduate students with financial need. Students may borrow up to $3,500 for their first academic year, and up to $4,500 for the second academic year if in a degree or VN program, at a fixed interest rate which is established annually by the U.S. Department of Education. Current interest rates can be found at https://studentloans.gov. The interest is paid by the federal government while students are in school. Interest begins accruing at the time students cease full-time enrollment or fail to carry at least one-half the normal full-time University workload. Regular payments begin six months after students cease enrollment or fail to carry at least one-half the normal full-time University workload. First-time borrowers may not receive this type of loan for more than 150 percent of the length of their program of study; U.S. Department of Education may stop paying interest if student who received Direct Subsidized Loans for maximum period continues enrollment.

Unsubsidized Loan

Unsubsidized Direct loans are available for students to borrow for additional education costs. Independent undergraduate students can borrow up to $9,500 for their first academic year, and up to $10,500 for the second academic year if enrolled in a degree or VN program, as a combined total with the Federal Direct Subsidized loan. Students enrolled in a degree program of more than two academic years in length may borrow up to $10,500 each subsequent year as a combined total with the Federal Direct Subsidized Loan. Dependent undergraduate students can borrow up to $5,500 for their first academic year as a combined total with the Federal Subsidized Direct loan, and up to $6,500 for their second academic year if enrolled in a degree or VN program. Students enrolled in a degree program of more than two academic years in length may borrow up to $10,500 each subsequent year as a combined total with the Federal Direct Subsidized Loan. Interest rates are fixed and established annually by the U.S. Department of Education. Current interest rates can be found at https://studentloans.gov. With the exception of demonstrating financial need and undergraduate status, borrowers must meet all eligibility criteria of the Federal Subsidized Direct loan program. Interest payments begin immediately after the loan is fully disbursed or may be added to the principal balance. Regular payments begin six months after students cease enrollment or fail to carry at least one-half the normal full-time school workload.

Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)

Federal Parent Loans for undergraduate students provide additional funds for credit-worthy parents to help pay for students' educational expenses. Interest rates are fixed and established annually by the U.S. Department of Education. Current interest rates can be found at https://studentloans.gov. Repayment begins immediately after the loan is fully disbursed.

Veterans' Education Benefits

American Career College programs (except Vocational Nursing in Orange County and Los Angeles) are approved for training of Veterans and eligible persons under the provisions of Title 38, United States Code. Students interested in Veterans' Education Benefits should contact the Financial Aid Department. Veterans who are unsure of their eligibility should contact the Veterans Administration. The Financial Aid Director at each campus serves as the primary Certifying Official, and submits Enrollment Certifications to the DVA for each module of a diploma program or each term for a degree program. Eligible students must maintain satisfactory academic progress to continue receiving educational benefits.

Private Loans

Private loans are available to students through various lending institutions to help pay educational expenses. Private loans, which are not insured by the federal government, have repayment terms that vary depending on the lender from which you borrow. American Career College encourages students to explore federal and state grants and loans, and to consider the anticipated monthly loan payments along with expected future earnings before considering a private education loan. Federal student loans are required by law to provide a range of flexible repayment options and loan forgiveness benefits, which private student loans are not required to provide.

Generally, private loans require that the borrower is a U.S. Citizen, a U.S. national, or a permanent resident and must be creditworthy. International students are eligible with a creditworthy cosigner (who must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident) and appropriate U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service documentation. If the student has no credit or a poor credit history, he/she may still qualify for a loan by applying with a creditworthy co-borrower.

Most lenders expect you to have a qualified co-borrower before they will approve the loan. Interest rates and repayment terms vary between private lenders. American Career College does not make any recommendations regarding private lender selection for students who decide to pursue private loan options. Students may borrow from any lender. Be sure to research and review each lender's terms and conditions before making a final decision. A list of lenders previously used by ACC students is available at http://www.elmselect.com, along with terms and conditions for each private lender.

 

American Career College Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships and grants are other types of aid that can help students cover the cost of their education. Unlike student loans, grants and scholarships do not have to be repaid. American Career College offers a limited number of institutional scholarships for students who qualify. Unless otherwise noted, all ACC scholarships and grants are applied proportionately each payment period toward tuition and fees. Funds are limited and not all who apply will receive an award. There is no cash value for institutional awards. Students who receive an award but withdraw prior to completion of their academic degree programs will forfeit future disbursements. Disbursements will be reduced proportionately for any term in which a student enrolled in a degree program attempts less than 12 credits. Unless otherwise noted, ACC students are limited to one scholarship or grant award per enrollment. 

ACC Dream Act Scholarship

ACC Dream Act Scholarships are offered to applicants who are not eligible for federal financial aid because they are neither U.S. Citizens nor eligible non-citizens, and who have been approved by the USCIS for deferred action, as evidenced by Form I-797. To qualify for the scholarship, students must present the USCIS Approval Notice, along with a copy of their valid work permit. Scholarship amounts vary, and are determined by committee taking into consideration program of study, availability of funds, and an original personal statement, written by the applicant. 

Clinical Affiliates Scholarship

This scholarship opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who are either currently employed at one of our active Clinical Affiliates, or who have an immediate family member employed by one of our active Clinical Affiliates who seek to prepare for a career in health care by enrolling at American Career College.

The maximum scholarship amount is $4,000 for degree and VN programs, and $2,000 for all other diploma programs. 

In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements of the program, and the following additional requirements:

  1. You must be a first time applicant to American Career College.
  2. You must be employed by one of American Career College’s active Clinical Affiliates, or be an immediate family member of one of American Career College’s active Clinical Affiliates. (Immediate family for this purpose is defined as child, or spouse/domestic partner.)
  3. You must indicate your employment relationship with an active Clinical Affiliate at the time of application to the school, and present a business card from the employee of the Clinical Affiliate prior to your first packaging appointment with the campus financial aid office.
  4. You must have a recommendation from the Director of Clinical Services for the academic program to which you are applying, as evidenced by their signature on the scholarship application form.
  5. Students enrolled in ACC’s RAD, OTA, PTA, or ADN degree programs do not qualify for this scholarship unless an exception is approved by American Career College’s Chief Operations Officer.

Mark Minsky Scholarship

Mark Minsky began his career at American Career College as a Computerized Business teacher in 2003 at the Los Angeles campus, and later moved on to teaching Math and English at the Orange County campus. While teaching, Mark found his passion helping members of the community who had not finished high school by tutoring them for their High School Equivalency exam. He leaves behind a legacy of successful ACC graduates who transferred to our school after completing their certificate. He had a positive impact on each person he met and has changed thousands of lives for the better.

This scholarship opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who have successfully graduated from an accredited High School Equivalency program, and who seek to continue their education and prepare for a career in business or health care by enrolling in a diploma or degree program at American Career College.

This scholarship is in the amount of $600.

In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements of the chosen ACC program, and the following requirements:

  1. You must have successfully graduated from an accredited High School Equivalency Program, as evidenced by either a copy of the school’s diploma, or official High School Equivalency exam scores from the State of California.
  2. Enroll for the first time in a diploma or degree program at American Career College.

Scholarship funds will be awarded for current or future payment periods only, not retroactively.

Continuing Education Grant (formerly the Alumni Scholarship)

Designed to encourage qualified graduates of American Career College to continue their education by enrolling in another program to increase their job skills and broaden their employment opportunities. Award amounts vary but will not exceed $2,000. 

In order to qualify, students must:

  1. Be a graduate of an American Career College diploma or degree program; and
  2. Enroll in a new diploma or degree program at American Career College; and
  3. Have had no disciplinary actions during previous enrollment; and
  4. Be in good financial standing with American Career College; and 
  5. Renewal of the grant each academic year requires a minimum CGPA of 3.0, and no conduct warnings on student record.

Re-Entry Grant

This grant program is designed to encourage qualified students who withdrew from American Career College’s diploma and degree programs to continue their education by re-enrolling in the program from which they withdrew. The maximum grant amount will be $1,000, not to exceed the student’s existing balance from the previous enrollment. The total amount awarded will be applied as a credit towards tuition and fees in the last payment period of the program prior to graduation.  This grant may only be awarded once per student. 

ACC Ambassador Scholarship

ACC Ambassador Scholarships are designed to encourage the continued professional development of former employees of American Career College who choose to enroll in an ACC associate degree program or Vocational Nursing program on a full-time basis. Eligibility for this scholarship will be determined by a committee, taking into consideration previous employment at ACC, entrance exam score, and evaluation of an original personal statement that describes future career goals. The amount of the scholarship will be 35% of tuition each term of full-time attendance. The scholarship is renewable each academic year for students who maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress. A maximum of three scholarships will be awarded each calendar year. 

ACC Persistence Grant

The ACC Persistence Grant is a full-tuition grant opportunity offered to 2016 and 2017 graduates of American Career College, who completed the Vocational Nursing, Radiography, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, or Associate Degree of Nursing program, but were unable to sit for state licensure based on background check disqualifying events, which occurred after their enrollment. Qualified applicants are eligible to enroll in the Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Assistant and Dental Assistant programs at American Career College.

Success Scholarship

This scholarship opportunity is offered to qualified applicants enrolling in the following programs: Medical Assistant, Dental Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, Optical Technician, Vocational Nursing, or Respiratory Therapy. Eligibility for this scholarship will be determined based academic ability, unmet financial need, and evaluation of an original personal essay. The amount of the scholarship will vary based on composite score of merit and need criteria but will not exceed $4,000.
In order to qualify, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. Enroll in a qualifying ACC program for the first time; and
  2. Meet all admissions requirements to the program; and
  3. Achieve at least the minimum composite score as detailed on the attached Success Scholarship Matrix  
  4. Submit a current FAFSA and required supporting verification documents to establish unmet need; and 
  5. Submit an original one-page personal essay that explains why you think you will be successful in your chosen career.

Vocational Nursing & Respiratory Therapy Students: In order to renew eligibility in subsequent academic years, you must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, submit a renewal FAFSA along with any required verification documents, and not have any conduct warnings in your student record.

ADN Transfer Grant for Shepherd University

This grant opportunity was created to benefit recent ADN students who were negatively impacted by the closing of Shepherd University in Los Angeles. The grant is offered to qualified applicants who attended the Associate Degree, Nursing program at Shepherd University in 2017, and are now enrolling in the Associate Degree, Nursing program at American Career College. This grant will be in the amount of $5,000, offered as a tuition credit proportionately disbursed each enrollment period. To qualify, applicants must provide an official transcript from Shepherd University showing attendance in pursuit of an ADN, and be admitted to American Career College’s Associate Degree, Nursing program. There is no cash value for this grant; if you withdraw from ACC’s ADN program before completing, the unused portion of the grant will be lost. This grant may not be combined with any other ACC grants or scholarships.

Ellen M. Lewis Scholarship

The Ellen M. Lewis Scholarship was created to honor the founding Director of the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), Registered Nurse Program at American Career College, Los Angeles.  Awards will be made to students who best demonstrate the commitment and dedication to the nursing profession which Mrs. Lewis has passionately exhibited throughout her career. Students will be selected by a committee based on a combination of criteria including academic performance (GPA), attendance history, and a written essay (approx. 600 words). Click here for grading criteria.  The amount of the scholarship for each recipient will be $2,500 applied to outstanding tuition and fee charges at American Career College. Applications may be submitted by students enrolled in the ADN program at American Career College in their final term of the program who have achieved an overall 90% or greater attendance record. The signed scholarship application and essay must be presented to the ADN Program Director no later than the last day of the fourth week of instruction in the final term of the program.

New Horizons Grant 

This grant opportunity is offered to qualified applicants enrolling in American Career College for the first time after becoming unemployed due to the recent closure of Toys-R-Us. In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements for the ACC program, and have recently become unemployed due to the closure of Toys-R-Us.  For purposes of this grant, “recently” is defined as becoming unemployed on July 1, 2017 or later. If you qualify for this grant, a total of $2,000 will be applied to your student account as a tuition reduction. The grant will be applied proportionately each term or payment period, and may be pro-rated for less than full time enrollment. Application forms are available in the Financial Aid Office. All applications must be returned to the Financial Aid Office, along with documentation of your loss of employment, prior to the start date of your academic program. This grant may not be used in conjunction with any other American Career College grants or scholarships, and does not apply to students already receiving a tuition discount based on a state or county sponsored re-training program.

Opportunity Grant 

This grant opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who are enrolling in a diploma or degree program at American Career College for the first time, after having been enrolled at an accredited institution that closed within the six months preceding the ACC enrollment date.

This grant will be in the amount of $500 for students enrolling in an ACC diploma program, or $1,000 for students enrolling in either an ACC degree program or the ACC Vocational Nursing diploma program. The grant will be offered as a credit towards tuition or required fees at American Career College, and will be proportionately disbursed each payment period.

In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements of ACC’s academic program, in addition to the following requirements:

  1. You must have attended an accredited institution that closed within the six months preceding the ACC enrollment date, resulting in your inability to complete the program of study at that institution. Documentation of enrollment at the closed school is required for receipt of this grant.
  2. Once enrolled, you must maintain continuous enrollment in your program of study at American Career College. Withdrawal or dismissal from the program will result in a loss of grant upon subsequent re-enrollment.
  3. This grant program may be discontinued at any time. If you are awarded a grant but choose not to enroll, there is no guarantee that the grant will be re-awarded for a subsequent enrollment.

If you qualify for this grant, funds will be applied to your student account as a tuition reduction. The grant will be applied proportionately each payment period. There is no cash value for this grant; if you withdraw from the program before completing, the unearned portion of the grant will be lost.

Kaiser Permanente Associate's Grant

This grant opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who are currently employed at Kaiser Permanente who seek to prepare for a career in the field of Respiratory Therapy by enrolling at American Career College.

This grant will be in the amount of $8,000, offered as a tuition credit proportionately disbursed each enrollment period. In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements for the ACC program, and all of the following requirements:

  1. You must be a first time applicant to American Career College.
  2. You must be employed by Kaiser Permanente.
  3. Submit this application form, indicate your employment relationship with Kaiser Permanente at the time of application to the school, and present a copy of your most recent paystub (must have a pay period within 30 days of the date of this application).

If you qualify for this grant, a total of $8,000 will be applied to your student account as a tuition reduction. The grant will be applied proportionately each term or payment period, and may be pro-rated for less than full time enrollment.

There is no cash value for this grant; if you withdraw from the program before completing, the unused portion of the grant will be lost.

This grant may not be used in conjunction with any other American Career College grants or scholarships, and does not apply to students already receiving a tuition discount based on a state or county sponsored re-training program.

Walmart/Sam's Club Grant 

This grant opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who are currently employed at Walmart or Sam's Club who seek to prepare for a career as an Optical Technician by enrolling at American Career College - Ontario campus.

This grant will be in the amount of $2,000, offered as a tuition credit proportionately disbursed each enrollment period. In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements for the ACC program, and all of the following requirements:

  1. You must be a first-time applicant to American Career College – Ontario campus.
  2. You must be employed by Walmart or Sam’s Club.
  3. Submit this application form, indicate your employment relationship with Walmart/Sam’s Club at the time of application to the school, and present a copy of your most recent paystub (must have a pay period within 30 days of the date of this application).

RadNet Associate’s Grant

This grant opportunity is offered to qualified applicants who are currently employed at RadNet who seek to prepare for a career in Radiography by enrolling at American Career College. 

This grant will be in the amount of $2,500, offered as a tuition credit proportionately disbursed each enrollment period.   In order to qualify, you must meet all admissions requirements for the ACC program, and all of the following requirements: 

  1. You must be a first time applicant to American Career College. 
  2. You must be employed by RadNet 
  3. Submit this application form, indicate your employment relationship with RadNet at the time of application to the school, and present a copy of your most recent paystub (must have a pay period within 30 days of the date of this application).

If you qualify for this grant, a total of $2,500 will be applied to your student account as a tuition reduction.    The grant will be applied proportionately each term or payment period, and may be pro-rated for less than full time enrollment. 

There is no cash value for this grant; if you withdraw from the program before completing, the unused portion of the grant will be lost. 

This grant may not be used in conjunction with any other American Career College grants or scholarships, and does not apply to students already receiving a tuition discount based on a state or county sponsored re-training program.

 

General Forms

Authorization to Retain Funds
Book & Supply Opt Out
Cost of Attendance Appeal
Dependency Appeal
Division of Income
Excess Stipend Request
NSLDS Access Form
Parent PLUS Loan Override Request
Parent PLUS Request
Parent Refusal to Sign FAFSA
Permission to Text
Reference Form
Replacement Check Request
Selective Service Appeal
Student Identity Doc Exception
Tuition Options Loan Counseling Checklist
VA Bill of Rights

2017 – 2018 Forms

Additional Resource Form
Cal Grant Asset Verification
Cal Grant Books Supplies Auth
Income Appeal - Dependent Student
Income Appeal - Independent Student
Statement of Educational Purpose
Tax Verification Information
Unusual Enrollment History Appeal
Verification Worksheet - Dependent Student
Verification Worksheet - Independent Student
Welcome Letter

2018 – 2019 Forms

Additional Resource Form
Cal Grant Asset Verification
Cal Grant Books Supplies Auth
Income Appeal - Dependent Student
Income Appeal - Independent Student
Statement of Educational Purpose
Tax Verification Information
Unusual Enrollment History Appeal
Verification Worksheet - Dependent Student
Verification Worksheet - Independent Student
Welcome Letter

Cost of Attendance Budgets

Associate in Health Information Technology
Associate in Nursing
Associate in Occupational Therapy Assistant
Associate in Physical Therapy Assistant
Associate in Radiography
Associate in Respiratory Therapy
Associate in Surgical Technology

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Helpful Resources

Helpful Links

 

How to Fill Out the FAFSA

Overview of the Financial Aid Process

Types of Federal Student Aid

Myths About Federal Student Financial Aid

How to Manage Your Student Loans

Student Loan Counseling Demos

Third Party Servicer Contracts

Tier I Third Party Servicer Disclosures

Electronic Stipends

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