Financial aid available
Financial aid is available for our programs, based on eligibility. This includes federal Pell Grants, Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans and Parent Loans (PLUS).
To determine his/her eligibility, a prospective student can fill the form for Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov Once eligibility has been established, the prospective student should communicate the results to the school.
If you need help, your contact at the school will guide you through the process or email our financial aid officer, Megan Henry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology and Media School is approved by Homeland Security’s Student Exchange and Visitor Program to receive non-immigrant foreign students.
Once a prospective student has been accepted by the school, the school issues an I-20 form which allows the student to submit an application for a M-1 visa for the duration of the program.
Once in possession of his M-1 form, the student must register with SEVP and then apply for the visa at a U.S. consulate near his residence. It is recommended to start the process four months at least ahead of the start of the program.
Students who have received a visa may arrive one month prior to the start of their program and stay one month after the end of their program.
If you need help, your contact at the school will guide you through the process or email our Designated School Official, Alexandre Ismail, email@example.com