College Can Be Affordable

Many students feel like they are unable to afford college. At Platt College, our Financial Aid team is ready to help students just like you apply for financial aid so that you can continue your education and train for the career you deserve. Our team will educate you on your rights and responsibilities when you receive financial aid as well as explain to you all of the options available to pay for your career training. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.

Let’s Talk One-On-One About Financial Aid

When you visit our campus to learn more about Platt College and the programs we offer, you are invited to stop by the financial aid office and talk with our staff. This is your visit and you can ask any question you have about affording your education, learning about your payment options, and gaining a better understanding of how the process works. Platt College is also proud to offer High School-to-Career Scholarships to those who qualify, which are designed to help you transition from high school to a career-focused training program. We are here for you and we can offer you the information you need to make the right decision about your career training.

During our visit, you will receive a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to fill out and get the financial aid process started. If you have any questions before or after your meeting with us, please call us at 866-493-0491 or contact us online. There are many state, local and private programs available to students in the United States and we can show you where to find them.

Please note that financial aid availability varies by location. Please consult the campus you are interested in to confirm its participation.

How Much Will Your Career Training Cost?

Our net price calculator can help you budget and prepare for college expenses, making the management of your career training easier.

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) and the U.S. Department of Education, any school participating in Title IV federal student aid programs must provide a net price calculator on the school’s website that provides estimated pricing information to current and prospective students and their families, based on the student’s individual circumstances.

Click on the link below for the campus you are interested in to view the net price calculator for that location:

Net Price Calculator – Lawton

Net Price Calculator – Moore

Net Price Calculator – North

Net Price Calculator – Tulsa

If you have any questions or wish to speak with an admissions or financial aid officer, call 866-493-0491 or contact us today.