Tuition & Financial Aid

With a variety of financial aid programs and resources, ICOHS College is ready to support you on your path to a successful new career.

Want Financial Aid?
The FAFSA Is An Absolute Must.

Our Financial Aid Office is committed to providing assistance to qualified students who would otherwise be unable to pursue their educational and professional goals. To begin your application process, first complete the government’s FAFSA form at www.fafsa.gov

Seriously. Submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for every year you plan to be in school. It’s totally free—you have nothing to lose. This does not mean you are committed to ICOHS College and you may still use any additional financial aid that you qualify for.

ICOHS College Tuition and
Financial Aid Options

Planning ahead and applying for financial aid can feel like a daunting task. ICOHS College is here to help. We offer assistance in applying for scholarships, federal aid, military benefits, and monthly payment plans to help you build an affordable and manageable education plan. Financial Aid only available for those that qualify.

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Federal Financial Aid
Want financial aid? The FAFSA® is an absolute must. You must fill out a FAFSA for each year you plan on being in school.
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Veteran & Military Benefits
Learn more about Financial Aid benefits exclusive to Veterans and Active Duty Military.
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Cash or Zero to Low Interest Payment Plan
You can work one-on-one with a Financial Aid Advisor to create a personalized financial plan that fits your specific needs.
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Institutional Scholarship

ICOHS offers up to $5,000 need-based scholarships for those that qualify. Let’s plan your future together.

Paying For College Video Resources

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Chapter 1: Introducing resources to help pay for college

Chapter 2: How to pay for college

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Chapter 3: How to find out what college really costs

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Chapter 4: How to find free money for college

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Chapter 5: How to fill out the FAFSA

Chapter 6: Understanding your financial aid offers

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Chapter 7: What you need to know about student loans

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Chapter 8: Filling financial gaps

Watch the entire series

Financial Aid Steps & Timeline

Go to https://studentaid.gov/help-center/answers/article/how-to-create-fsa-id-username-password and create a username and password. This username is how you log in and sign your FAFSA. Important: A username must be created for a parent as well. *Parent is NOT needed if you are over the age of 24, have children, or are married. This is classified as an “independent” student.

  1. Use your login that you created from Step 1.
  2. Go to https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa and complete 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 FAFSA application using your 2019 and 2020 Income Tax Returns. Helpful Hints: If you completed 2019 and 2020 tax returns, please have the tax returns available for reference. If you are under the age of 24, you will need to have your parent’s information. You are typically classified as a dependent student. If you are not a dependent, you will not need your parent’s information.
  3. Add the ICOHS College school code 042655

What is next after you have submitted the FAFSA application?

It normally takes 2-3 business days for our system to receive the Student Aid Report. If you have any problems or cannot complete your FAFSA please use the Save Option at the lower right corner of the application to save your information. After your questions are answered you can go back and continue where you left off.

  1. Go to https://studentaid.gov/mpn/ and complete adding two references with two different address and that they do NOT live with you.
  2. Go to https://studentaid.gov/entrance-counseling/ and complete your Entrance Counseling Form.

Please make your appointment with our team so we may go over your eligibility if you qualify. Email: financialaid@icohs.edu

If you are applying for VA Benefits, you need to go to https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/ and apply with the VA and submit letter of eligibility. Please visit our VA Financial Assistance Resource page for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are eager to have your dreams of a new career become a reality. At ICOHS College we offer the following financial assistance programs:

  • Federal Student Aid
  • Veterans Education Benefits
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Fund
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • MyCAA for Military Spouses
  • Active-duty Military Education Benefits

ICOHS College also provides interest-free and low payment plans for those who do not qualify for the above programs. Come in and speak with a financial representative for further consideration for this program.

Spaces are limited for each session. We encourage you to get your application in as soon as possible.

Your transfer credits must be from an accredited institution. Please contact us for more information or details regarding transfer credits.

No, tuition cost are separate and does not cover textbook and course material fees. Please see the ICOHS Catalog for details.

*GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 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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Financial Aid Steps and Timeline

1. Create FSA ID Account

Go to https://studentaid.gov/help-center/answers/article/how-to-create-fsa-id-username-password and create a username and password. This username is how you log in and sign your FAFSA. Important: A username must be created for a parent as well. *Parent is NOT needed if you are over the age of 24, have children, or are married. This is classified as an “independent” student.

2. COMPLETE THE FAFSA APPLICATION FORM

  • Use your login that you created from Step 1.
  • Go to https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa and complete 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 FAFSA application using your 2019 and 2020 Income Tax Returns.

    Helpful Hints: If you completed 2019 and 2020 tax returns, please have the tax returns available for reference. If you are under the age of 24, you will need to have your parent’s information. You are typically classified as a dependent student. If you are not a dependent, you will not need your parent’s information.
  • Add the ICOHS College school code 042655
What is next after you have submitted the FAFSA application?
It normally takes 2-3 business days for our system to receive the Student Aid Report. If you have any problems or cannot complete your FAFSA please use the Save Option at the lower right corner of the application to save your information. After your questions are answered you can go back and continue where you left off.

3. MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE (MPN) and ENTRANCE COUNSELING

1. Go to https://studentaid.gov/mpn/ and complete adding two references with two different address and that they do NOT live with you.

2. Go to https://studentaid.gov/entrance-counseling/ and complete your Entrance Counseling Form.

4. FINANCIAL AID APPOINTMENT

Please make your appointment with our team so we may go over your eligibility if you qualify.
Email: financialaid@icohs.edu

*VA Students

If you are applying for VA Benefits, you need to go to https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/ and apply with the VA and submit letter of eligibility. Please visit our VA Financial Assistance Resource page for more information.

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