Financial aid consultation between student and counselor

Financial Aid Options

Financing Options

Unitek College participates in a variety of programs that are available to those who qualify.* Our financial aid team is ready to assist you with finding the right combination to help you achieve your educational goals. Financial Aid programs include:

Federal and State Grants

Grants provide money based on financial need. In most cases, the money does not have to be repaid (with some exceptions). Unitek College participates in the following grant programs:

Federal Grants

State Grants


Scholarships, like grants, represent money that does not have to be repaid. Scholarships, however, are awarded on a variety of criteria, including financial need, grades, athletic performance, or community service. Unitek College offers a number of institutional scholarships to students who meet the eligibility criteria.

Institutional Scholarships

  • Alumni Scholarship
  • Clinical Educational Scholarship

Outside Scholarships

  • Alumni Scholarship
  • Students are encouraged to apply for outside scholarships to help finance their education. For a current listing of available scholarship opportunities, please visit our scholarship list.

Federal Work-Study

Federal Work-Study provides part-time jobs for undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.

Federal Loans

Loans offered by the U.S. Department of Education to eligible students or their parent to help cover their educational costs.

Private Loans

Loans that are not offered by the U.S. Department of Education and are typically awarded based on credit. Unitek College is approved to participate with the following private loan lenders.

Eligible Private Loan Lenders:

Additional Options Available to Those Who Qualify