Funding your education can be a challenge. Our committed financial aid staff at Morrison Tech will work with you one on one through the entire financial aid process. Scholarships, from Morrison Tech along with federal and state grants and student loans will make your education here affordable.
Are you ready to learn about the different sources of aid that will make Morrison Tech affordable for you?
Achieve an overall grade point average of 3.25 (A=4.0) in high school, or equivalent educational institution, in the seven semesters prior to the student’s date of application, and a recommendation by the student’s counselor.
Achieve an overall grade point average of 2.65 in high school, or equivalent educational institution, in the seven semesters prior to the student’s date of application, along with significant achievement and a 3.5 in technology related studies.
College Work Study
Is designed to help defray indirect educational college expenses. Students must first apply for financial aid to demonstrate financial need. A limited number of jobs are available on campus. Jobs will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis, and demonstrated need.
At Morrison Tech, federal loan recipients borrow directly from the federal government. These low-interest loans are deferred until after graduation as long as students maintain at least half-time enrollment.
Scholarships are provided to dependent or independent students whose family member(s) have graduated from Morrison Institute of Technology.
A combination of factors are considered when awarding a student grants. They are based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) results and the student's academic performance. Awards vary and can change from year-to-year. This grant assistance could be funded by a variety of sources, including Bradley Grants, state grants (such as the Illinois MAP Grant), and federal grants (such as the PELL Grant). Grant assistance requires a 2.0 GPA for renewal.