Finances

All course fees must be paid by the beginning of the course, and we must receive payment in order to enroll you in the course. Please review our payment policies and methods of payment page for details. Federal financial aid such as Stafford loans and Pell grants is not available for our EMT course. Your bank or credit union may offer private loan options.

Veterans Assistance Benefits (GI Bill): The EMT course is approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) to certify enrollment for eligible veterans for the post-9/11 GI Bill (Ch 33), the Montgomery GI Bill (Ch 33), and other bills. You served our country, now let us help you! Learn more about we offer you by visiting our Veterans page.

Outside scholarships: Bound Tree and NAEMT both offer scholarships; please visit their pages for details. (The NAEMT scholarships are limited to members of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians and are designed to support advancement of EMS personnel, e.g. from First Responder to EMT-Basic, or EMT-Basic to Paramedic.)