United Career Institute offers eligible candidates the opportunity to finance a portion of their education through grant programs. In addition to helping families fund education expenses, receiving a grant is also favorably weighted by employers.
“I actually love going to school! I was so nervous for so many reasons but I am with some young ladies, who could pass as my daughters, that are absolutely amazing, supportive, helpful and all around wonderful. They definitely don’t make me feel twice their age! The school and teachers are the same, they want you to succeed, they want you to be better, and they go beyond measure to help.”
– Wendi Rost, United Student
- Nursing Pathway Grant: This grant is awarded to graduates of United’s allied health programs desiring to pursue nursing careers.
High School Grants
- Early Admission Grant: This is awarded to eligible high school students who complete the application process and deadlines prior to November 30th.
- United Commitment Grant: This is awarded to eligible high school students who are committed to taking an active role in the betterment of the community.
How To Apply For Your Grant:
- Complete the grant application.
- Our admissions department will contact you with a schedule of upcoming testing dates and scholarship deadlines.
- Complete your essay.
- Provide two (2) letters of recommendation.
- Interview with the Campus President or a school representative.
For more information about grant and grant deadlines contact us today!
See catalog for additional grant opportunities and detailed eligibility requirements. Grants available to those who qualify. For more information about these and other grants or to acquire grant deadlines and application criteria, call United today or visit the course catalog for your campus, Irwin or Fayette County.