If paying for your education is a concern for you, you are not alone.
Many Central Career School students require assistance in financing their education.
We want you to succeed, and understand that paying for school may be an issue for you. Our Financial Aid Office takes pride in our ability to work with you to find a way to finance your education. Our staff can assist you in completing the necessary applications and paperwork for various aid programs.
All applicants are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Financial Aid Office so that eligibility for financial assistance can be determined. Our Financial Aid Officer will meet with you in person to guide you through the process of identifying appropriate grants and/or loans and to walk you through the application process.
At Central Career School you will receive one-on-one job search coaching from our experienced advisors.
A professional resume and the ability to perform well in an interview are two of the most important parts of the job search.
By helping you build a resume that will make you stand out and preparing you for those critical job interviews, our advisors will help you make a lasting impression on employers.
Our Career Services Department will always be on the lookout for job openings that match your experience and career goals. They will also show you how to identify those key job opportunities that you’re looking for.
Importantly, because of Central Career School’s roots in Central New Jersey, our advisors can provide you with solid job leads from our network of Employers as well as on-campus recruiting opportunities.
Employers often contact our Career Services Department looking to interview our students.
Central Career School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). ACCSC is a non-profit, independent accrediting agency whose goal is maintaining educational quality in career schools and colleges. ACCSC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.
For many students, Pell Grants provide a foundation of financial aid to which other aid may be added. Unlike a loan, a Federal Pell Grant does not need to be repaid.
FSEOG’s are awarded to students with exceptional financial need with priority given to students who receive Federal Pell Grants.
Federal Stafford loans are low-interest loans with funds borrowed from banks, savings and loans, credit unions, etc. Loan applications are available in the financial aid office.
FPLUS loans enable parents to borrow to pay the education expenses for a dependent undergraduate student enrolled at least half-time. These low-interest loans are made with funds borrowed from banks, savings and loans, etc. Loan applications are available in the financial aid office.