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As a Creative Images artist in training, there are several types of aid available for you.
TUITION STATEMENT FOR 2017
Anyone who paid qualified educational expenses to Creative Images in 2017 will be receiving a 1098-T tuition statement in the mail. If you are not sure that we have your correct address, please contact the campus you attended and ask to speak with the Financial Aid Administrator.
FEDERAL PELL GRANTS
Pell Grants are provided by the US Department of Education and do not have to be repaid. While you are working with one of our Admissions staff on your initial application and registration at Creative Images, we will gladlly assist your application for a Pell Grant.
DEFERRED STUDENT LOANS
These are loans that you do not have to start paying back until six months after you graduate. These loans also carry a relatively low interest rate, a low monthly payment and they help you to start building good credit for yourself.
*Financial aid available to those who qualify
LET US BEGIN FAFSA
Filling out your FAFSA will help Creative Images determine your financial aid eligibility. Be sure to use our school codes when you fill this out so we can access your information.
Click here for the FAFSA Website
North Dayton school code – 033193
South Dayton school code – E01020
FEDERAL STUDENT AID ENTRANCE COUNSELING
In order to apply for a Stafford loan entrance counseling must be completed. Click the following link to complete your entrance counseling online.
Begin Entrance Counseling
FEDERAL STUDENT AID MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE
A completed Master Promissory Note (MPN) is required to originate a loan. Click the following link to complete your master promissory note online.
BEGIN MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE
FEDERAL STUDENT AID EXIT COUNSELING
Exit Counseling for student loan borrowers must be completed before graduating or disenrolling. Click the following link to complete your exit counseling online
Begin Exit Counseling
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