You CAN Afford Pike-Lincoln!
You know that training and education are the best possible investment you can make for a secure, comfortable future. But did you know that at Pike-Lincoln we have ways to help you reduce the cost of that investment? Financial Aid is available to all qualifying students regardless of financial status, race, creed, or sex. You can afford Pike-Lincoln! Read our Financial Aid page which explains in detail the various ways of paying for your education. Keep in mind that many students who thought they couldn’t afford additional education are now attending our school, with one or more forms of financial aid. There’s no reason you can’t do the same!
Tuition & Student Fees
Tuition is reviewed and set annually. A $150 tuition deposit is required when the student is accepted in the program to hold a position in the next year’s class.
Refunds will not be made to any student whose date of withdrawal is after the 60 percent point of the semester. After completing 60 percent of the semester, a student’s account will be charged the full tuition for that semester.
Refunds to a student or funding agency, will be calculated using the “Return to Title IV” process. Refund of charges assessed to the student by the institution, will not exceed the portion of the payment period for which the student has been enrolled and remains unused on the last day of recorded attendance by the student. Refunds will be rounded downward to the nearest 10 percent of that period less any unpaid charges owed by the student for the payment period for which the student has been enrolled, and less an administrative fee of $150.00. Refunds will not be made until at least 30 days after withdrawal.
Students will not be charged for books, supplies or fees for which costs have not been incurred, if the books are returned unused, and in excellent condition, within 10 days of withdrawal from the programs.
Refunds will be credited to the Title IV Programs in the following order:
- Federal Stafford Loans
- Federal Pell Grants
- FFEL Plus Loans