Funding Your Education
Adult students are encouraged to explore and apply for funding support for their education. As scholarship opportunities have been increasing, the Mid-East Adult Education staff will work to keep this list current so that students can have a convenient place to find available funding to offset program tuition and fees.
Recent High School Graduate Tuition Reduction: Recent high school graduates may qualify for up to $1000 in tuition reductions to attend programs that are 600 hours or more in length at Mid-East CTC Adult Education.
Commercial Truck Driver Student Aid Program: Truck Driver Training students are invited to apply for funding through the Commercial Truck Driver Student Aid Program offered at Mid-East CTC. This program covers the cost of tuition and fees for students seeking a Class A or Class B CDL. Half of the program costs will be covered by a grant and the other half, a loan. Grant funds do not need to be repaid. Loan amounts can be forgiven after one-year of employment as described in the program agreement.
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) – OOD operates Ohio’s Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program. Through the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired, the VR program provides services to eligible individuals with disabilities to assist them in getting and keeping a job. Disabilities may include physical, intellectual, mental health, or sensory disabilities. OOD works with adults seeking to enter the workforce or retain a job. Financial assistance may be available.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) – Financial assistance may be available for students who are economically disadvantaged or dislocated workers. Contact your county Ohio Means Jobs office for eligibility and availability.
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