We want your visit to career care institute to be an exciting and informational experience!
As such, we’ve designed our admissions process to be the easiest part of your experience at CCI. Your success is our success, which is why we guide you through every step of the admissions process. You can expect one of our friendly admissions advisors to help you plan your career at CCI, as well as give you a guided tour of our campus.
Meet with an admissions advisor
Tour our campus
Government issued ID
Social security card
High school diploma, or its equivalency
Students must produce a tuberculin-screening test prior to first day of class
Pass an entrance exam
Students with prior education, complete or incomplete, looking to attend Career Care Institute may be accepted. CCI does accept credits from other similarly accredited institutions; however, each prospective student will be evaluated (e.g. transcripts and demonstrated lab skills) for eligibility and acceptance. Each prospect must meet with the Program Director and Dean of Academics for further consideration and acceptance. For specific details and requirements, please visit the Student Services office and speak with one of our friendly Student Services staff.
Take Your Next Steps
Step 1 Career Planning Session
When you visit our campus, you’ll be placed with one of our friendly admissions advisors to guide you through a quick and simple career planning process.
During this time, your admissions advisor will provide you information on the school, your career of interest, tuition, and connect you to a financial aid advisor to discuss your financial assistance options. Additionally, your admissions advisor will administer an entrance exam to help determine eligibility.
Step 2 Take A Campus Tour
An important part of the admissions process is making sure you feel comfortable with your school surroundings.
We’ll take you around to check out our classrooms, labs, libraries, and learning centers. We’ll introduce you to the friendly instructors, students, and staff you’ll be seeing around campus.
Step 3 Financial Planning
Paying for school can seem overwhelming, but we have financial advisors to help you through every step of the way. Education is a solid investment in yourself and your brighter future.
We’ll explore the financial options you have available.
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Find out what you qualify for
All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance if unable to meet educational costs on their own. Career Care Institute participates in several types of Title IV programs, most of which are based on financial need. Students seeking financial assistance must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Financial Aid Office will use this information to determine students’ eligibility and will assist them in deciding what Title IV programs are available to them. The Financial Aid Office may request additional documentation to support the student’s request for Financial Aid. Federal grants and loans will be disbursed to the student’s ledger to cover educational costs. Disbursements in excess of this cost will be refunded to the student.
To be eligible for financial aid, the applicant must:
Demonstrate proof of financial need.
Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
Enroll in an eligible program.
Be registered with Selective Service.
Maintain satisfactory academic progress
Be a high school graduate or its equivalent.
Enroll in an eligible program.
Not be in default on a Financial Aid loan nor be in
an overpayment with a Federal Pell Grant.
Financial Aid Programs
The following are brief descriptions of the Federal Financial Aid programs available at Career Care Institute under the Title IV program.
The Federal Pell Grant program is federally funded with the purpose of helping financially needy students meet the cost of postsecondary education. This program is centrally administered by the federal government and is typically the foundation of a student’s aid package.
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program provides low interest deferred payment loans to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need. These funds assist students with educational expenses.
The Federal Subsidized Direct Loan Program are federal loans based on a student’s financial needs and offer a low fixed interest rate and flexible repayment terms.
The Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan Program are federally guaranteed loans that are available for students who desire to pursue education, but lack the financial resources to do so. This loan is not based on financial need. Interest on unsubsidized student loan starts to accrue as soon as the loan is disbursed to the school.
The Parent Plus Loan is a federal student loan available to the parents of a dependent undergraduate student. The Parent Plus Loan offers a fixed interest rate for the school year and flexible loan limits. To be eligible, a parent cannot have an adverse credit history.
Career Funding Options
Student Payment Option Plan
The Student Payment Option Plan is intended as an option for students to pay for the cash portion (after any financial aid is supplied) of their overall financing plan to pay for their educational costs at CCI. The student may qualify up to a maximum of one year to repay the loan with no early prepayment penalties. Please see the Financial Aid Office for a copy of the Student Payment Option Plan guidelines and policy; or please speak to a Financial Aid Advisor for more information on terms and conditions and qualifying for the student payment option plan.
We are very happy to discuss our current program details with you personally.
Just tell your campus representative that you have visited our website and would like information about our program. You can also click the link below for more information on Financial Aid available, Pell grants and the Federal Stafford Direct Loan Programs.
Consumer Financial Aid Information
We’ve teamed up with Solutions to ECMC to answer all of your student loan repayment questions.
Solutions is a service of the non-profit organization ECMC and is dedicated to helping students manage educational loans. Their resources are available to you free of charge. To contact a Solutions Student Loan Repayment Advisor, email or web chat or call them at 1-877-331-3262.
CCI is approved for VA benefits.
Students may be eligible for VA benefits that help pay for education. The following is a list of the programs that apply to education
To find out if you are eligible under any of these programs, check the DVA’s website.
The following is a list of the programs that apply to education:
- Chapter 30 Montgomery G.I. Bill® – Active Duty
- Chapter 31 Post 9/11
- Chapter 32 Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP)
- Chapter 35 Dependents and Educational Assistance (DEA)
- Chapter 1606 Montgomery G.I. Bill® – Selected Reserve
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The absence of the registration symbol ® does not constitute a waiver of VA’s trademark rights in that phrase. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/.
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Virtual Admissions Are Available
We are currently offering virtual admissions to give everyone the opportunity to continue moving forward with their future.