are an accredited taxidermy school...What
does that mean for you? Accreditation is your assurance that
a school not only meets the requirements of the U.S. Department
Of Education, but also the tough standards of a national accrediting
body. It gives access for you to apply for student loans and
grants, and the peace of mind that you will be receiving the
most complete taxidermy education available.
(Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools
This is a federal grant that is available to students from low
to moderate income families. Grant
does not have to be repaid.
Loan (Stafford Loan)
Carries a variable interest rate. Repayment
beginning 6 months after the last date of attendance. Household income and assets, along with
other financial information, are considered to determine your
for Undergraduate Student (PLUS)
This loan is for parents of dependent students. Eligibility
relies on the parent having good credit and ability to repay.
It carries a variable interest rate with
repayment beginning within 30 days of second disbursement. When
this loan is the sole source of financial assistance, the maximum
loan amount is the cost of education. If eligible for
other financial aid, then you may apply for the cost of your
education minus the cost of all other financial aid.
Stafford Student Loan
This loan is for independent and dependent students, and students whose parents/guardians
do not receive PLUS Loan approval. It also carries a variable
interest rate but has two repayment options:
(1) No payment while in school letting interest
accrue and capitalize. Repayment begins within 6 months after
the last date of attendance. Or…
(2) Pay interest while attending and through
grace period, and then begin regular payments within 6 months
of the last date of attendance.
aid available for those who qualify.