YOU HAVE CHOICES!
Tuition Funding Options to Finance Your Education
Making an investment in your education
is an important decision.
We want you to feel confident as you take your first steps on your journey to a new career path. We have assembled a variety of funding options to allow you the choice to pick an option that best fits your needs.
Funding Options for 9-Week (NPP) & 18-Week (NSPP) Certification Training Programs
You are more than your credit score. That’s why Meritize Loans will look beyond FICO and use previous academic, military, or work achievements to enhance your credit evaluation. Check your loan options in minutes without affecting your credit score.
Climb Credit allows you to finance your education for up to 6 years. Enjoy interest-only payments while enrolled in your certification training program and for the 3 months after graduation. Complete an online application in as little as 5 minutes with no impact on your credit score.
Enjoy multiple financing and payment options allowing you a choice of terms and rates that will best fund your education. Easy application process and no impact on your credit score until a loan is selected.
Additional Funding Options for 18-Week (NSPP) Certified Training Programs:
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a federally funded employment and training program. This law gives workers the chance to get the technology skills needed to compete by helping those who have been laid off, are changing career paths, or are seeking to improve their skills to secure a new job. Depending on your situation, there are different scholarships and financial aid options available for those who qualify.
Post 9/11 GI Bill®
New Horizons South Florida has been approved to provide training to those who qualify for Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits. Our 18-Week Certification Training program can prepare you for a career in the high-demand industry of IT.
The Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRRAP) offers education and training for high-demand jobs to Veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.