Financial Aid & Scholarship Opportunities
U.S. Dept. of Education
Financial Aid is available through the U.S. Dept. of Education for those who qualify. Such programs include: Pell Grants, Stafford Loans & Parent-Plus Loans.
Nationally accredited by NACCAS.
Massachusetts Association of Electrologists
The Massachusetts Association of Electrologists, Inc. (MAE) was chartered in 1950. It is a not-for-profit organization primarily dedicated to the continuing education of electrologists as a vehicle to maintain the highest level in practitioner conduct and service execution.
$1000.00, Yearly – Learn More
New Hampshire Electrologists Association
The New Hampshire Electrolysis Association is a membership consisting of professional electrologists. The NHEA has set standards and ethics for the professional electrologist to follow. Being a member of the NHEA shows commitment to the profession.
$500.00, Yearly – Learn More
- Dept. of Education – Title IV Programs
School Code #038593
- United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
- Department of Defense Military Dependents
- This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students (SEVP) – I-20 Visas
- National Accreditation by N.A.C.C.A.S.
Benefits of attending an accredited school
- High Quality curriculum
- Excellent instructors with great credentials
- Outstanding test outcome scores
- Issuance of IRS 1098T forms for tax educational credits
Tax credits are beneficial, and depending on income, often results in substantial tax advantages.