Financial Assistance and Payment Plans
We realize that paying for school is the top concern for most students. So Brighton College offers a few different approaches to paying for school that will help you graduate without debt and without paying interest. Below are a few options. Call us anytime at 1-800-354-1254 for details.
Private Student Loans
At Brighton College we don’t believe in one size fits-all student loans. With the Brighton College student loan, you can choose when you start paying it back, how long it takes to repay, and the down payment you’d like to make. Plus, you can cover up to 100% of your school-certified cost of attendance.
WIOA Funding Program
A program that many students benefit from is the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIA) funding program. This program is aimed at assisting adult learners and dislocated workers whose job skills are out of date or soon will be. Qualifying candidates will have some or all of their tuition covered by the WIOA program. Contact your nearest OneStop Job Center and ask if you qualify for tuition assistance through the WIOA program.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Some students may be eligible for full or partial reimbursement of their program tuition by their employers. Your company may be able to take advantage of the Employee Education Assistance Act (IRS Code, Section 127). Check with your supervisor or Human Resource Department.
Title IV and Federal Student Loans
Federal student loan programs drive up the cost of tuition and burden graduates with debt. There are varying statistics, but the general consensus is that student loan debt is approaching $1 trillion. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that the average student loan debt is $24,301*.
Brighton College has chosen not to use these federal student loans, keeping our commitment to provide affordable college tuition. We offer interest-free payment plans allowing students to pay as they go without accumulating debt. When you finish your degree or diploma, you won’t be facing monthly loan payments for years to come, carrying interest rates between 4.66% and 5%.