Title IV Funding, Grants, Direct Loan, and other government approved educational help are all available to provide financial assistance to those who qualify. AVI Career Training is also authorized by the US Department of Justice to enroll non- Immigrant alien students and help them obtain M1 visas for their duration of study.
Student may be eligible for Pell Grants as well as Direct Loans. AVI Career Training Financial Aid Department Staff is available to assist you with your FAFSA application and answer any questions that you may have. For more information please call (703) 759 2700.
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You may also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov.<– click here To be considered for need-based financial aid, the following steps must be followed EVERY YEAR to complete the application process. 1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) electronically at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. This is the first step in applying for financial aid.
The college code for AVI Career Training is 040384.
2. Submit a Student Aid Report (SAR), the result of filing the FAFSA, to the financial aid office. You should receive the SAR in about three to five business days.
3. Be prepared to submit verifying documentation to the financial aid office to support the data you provided on the FAFSA. This documentation may include, but not be limited to, student and spouse’s (if married) and/or parent’s signed federal income tax forms and W-2 statements, social security benefits forms, original social security number cards, eligible non-citizen documentation. Other documents may be requested after reviewing your SAR.
4. Complete a Verification Worksheet. If you have provided parent income information on the FAFSA, you must complete a Dependent Verification Worksheet and have one parent signature in addition to your student signature. If you have provided only student (and spouse) income, complete an Independent Verification Worksheet.