Student Financial Assistance Options
The following financial assitance options are available. Be sure to fill out the FAFSA online to help determine what assistance you might qualify for. The application will ask you for our school code which is 035833.
- Tuition can be paid by the course.
- Tuition can be paid by installments.
- Note: Payments can be made in person, or over the phone.
- Federal Pell Grant Programs
- Federal Direct Student Loan Program
- Sallie Mae and Wells Fargo Student Loans
- Work Investment Act (WIA)
- Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR)
- Veterans Association (VA)
- OIAH Educational Opportunity Scholarship
- Academic Excellence Grant
Work Investment Act (WIA): WIA is a federal program that provides workforce investment activities that increase employment retention, earnings and occupational skill attainment of participants. This includes financial assistance to qualified individuals for education programs. OIAH is an approved training provider for WIA funding in the State of Ohio.
Sponsors are employers or social agencies that have made a commitment to pay tuition for an individual to attend a Program. Please contact the Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Admissions Department for information and necessary forms to register as a sponsored student. Payment options are available for individuals without a sponsor.
Please contact financial aid using the information provided on the left hand side of this page for further details.
Financial Responsibility Timeline
Beginning October 3, 2016 those entering their third quarter if a nursing or massage student, second quarter if a medical assisting student, will be required to meet with the Financial Aid Office within the first week of the quarter. By that time, the financial aid office will have the entire picture of all financial aid received, and aid yet to come, and be able to provide the student with a final balance owed (provided student successfully completes remaining classes of their program). The student will then be responsible for producing official documentation stating the method that will be used to pay the balance (i.e. Sallie Mae, Wells Fargo, Private Pay, etc.). The student must produce this documentation within 3 – 4 weeks of the aforementioned meeting.
The student has until the fifth (5th) week of the last quarter of their program to produce payment for the balance of their account. In the event payment is not provided, the student will not be permitted to attend class or clinical until such time as this responsibility is fulfilled.
The following documents will also be withheld until the student’s financial obligation is complete:
- Official Transcripts
- Documents necessary for NCLEX, MBLEX, or NHA Certification Exam.
Once the balance is paid in full, all documentation will be released.
Important Notice – FERPA
In order for the financial aid office to discuss financial aid information with a spouse, family member, etc. You will need to fill out a FERPA Form granting the office permission to do so. Failure to add other parties to this form for records release means that the office will only be able to discuss these matters with you personally.
Gainful Employment is required to be provided to students as a Title IV accredited school. Please click the link below to access the Gainful Employment information.