Patient Care Tech Tuition Payment Options
Tuition for Patient Care Technician Program is $3,600. This include your textbook, workbook, uniform, ID badge and access to the course. You have the following options to satisfy your tuition costs. Please note your deadline to select your payment option is one week prior to your start date. Failure to select a payment option before the deadline may result in deferment or termination from the program.
Pay Through H.E.R.O
- 1. Payment plan begins immediately. Initial total payment of $400 then pay $493 per month for 7 months.
- 2. H.E.R.O will not run a credit check.
- 3. H.E.R.O does not charge an interest rate.
- 4. Credit or Debit cards are accepted.
- 1. Three months grace period for loan repayment.
- 2. Meritize will run a soft credit check.
- 3. Interest rate vary base on merit. (if you have a co-applicant, degrees, certifications, etc. You can increase your chances of approval and/or improve your interest rates.
- 4. Reason for application decline: History of repossession or bankruptcy.
- 1. Payment plan begins immediately. Payment plan consist of 24 monthly payments of $150.
- 2. Klarna will run a credit check.
- 3. Klarna's interest rates range from 0-28.99% based on credit check.
- 4. Klarna's Financing products are issued by WebBank (member FDIC) in partnership with Klarna. The approval decision is based on Transunion credit score as well as multiple internal data points such as past payment history. Connecting your bank account may improve your approval chances.Reason for application decline: Bad current standing with Klarna
- 1. Six month grace period for loan repayment, follow by 36 monthly payments.
- 2. Fynn Credit will run a soft credit check.
- 3.Interest rates range from 7.99-28.99% APR based on credit and program. (if you have a co-applicant, degrees, certifications, etc. You can increase your chances of approval and/or improve your interest rates.)
- 4. Reason for application decline: Under 18 years of age, no active bank account, not a resident of an eligible state, not a US citizen.