Financial Aid Available
The concept behind most student financial aid programs is that the student and his/her parent(s) and/or spouse have the primary obligation to pay for the student's education. The student is expected to use his/her own savings and accept employment during vacation periods to assist in meeting his/her educational expenses. The amount of financial aid a student may receive is almost always based on the extent of his/her need. Need is determined by an examination of the financial resources of the student and his/her family.
Private loans are available to credit-worthy persons from banks to help you pay for educational expenses when you are attending school. This aid requires repayment.
Intermountain College of Natural Health has a business arrangement with facilities that may upon credit approval, issue loans to cover student expenses.
Check with your local Vocational Rehabilitation counselor to see if you qualify for this type of financial aid.