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Financial aid is available to all students who are enrolled in an eligible program at Quest College and meet the basic eligibility requirements. The term “financial aid” includes grant programs and loan programs. Grant aid is awarded based upon financial need, but some student loan programs are available to all eligible students regardless of the student’s financial situation.
The starting point for all financial aid is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available online at fafsa.ed.gov. Our Financial Aid Office will gladly assist you with the on-line application process.
Once the application is submitted, it takes up to a week for the Quest College Financial Aid Office to receive the electronic reply from the US Department of Education. The information contained in this document allows the Financial Aid Office to calculate the amount of student aid each student will receive. Learn More
Upon completion of the application process, your Financial Aid Advisor will prepare a “award budget” of financial aid for you based upon your eligibility and financial need. Your advisor will discuss the timing of aid payments, explain billing and payment procedures and can advise you about alternative financing options.
Please stop by soon and speak with us about your financial aid and financing options. We’d be glad to help!
When people mention “financial aid” for college, they are usually talking about the Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs. Learn more about the Federal Financial Aid Programs available at Quest College.
Students who apply for financial aid and the colleges that administer the aid programs are each subject to a number of “rules”. Students also have certain rights, including the right to most of the information on this website. Learn more about students’ rights and responsibilities.
Recipients of federal student loans are required to participate in informational sessions at the beginning and at the end of their studies in order to ensure that they fully understand their rights and responsibilities as a borrower. These “Counseling Sessions” are really an online tutorial that students can access 24/7. Learn More
Our College offers a monthly payment plan to help make sure a Quest College education is affordable for students and their families. Learn More
Many students and parents are unaware of the federal income tax credits available to help families offset the cost of higher education. These tax breaks can go a long way to offset tuition costs. Learn more: Income Tax Credits for College Costs. Learn More
Every college student (and parent of a college student) worries about costs. Although a Quest College education is affordable for most everyone, it is important to understand the breadth of college costs, and to make a financial plan. To learn more about costs, and to access an estimator program for costs and financial aid, follow this link: Cost of Attendance and “Net Price Calculator”. Learn more and estimate your costs & financial aid.
Financing a college education is one thing… but having real financial skills to manage your personal finances, credit score, and family budget throughout your lifetime is another thing entirely. Quest College students and alumni can access a wealth of information about personal financial management.
In the unlikely event a student needs to terminate his/her education at Quest College, the student may be entitled to a full or partial refund of tuition, fees and other costs. Also, students who withdraw may lose eligibility for all or part of the financial aid awarded to them, and that financial aid may need to be returned to the financial aid programs (Title IV) by the College and/or by the student. Learn more about refund and return calculations.
Quest College maintains a Student Loan Code of Ethics for our employees to ensure that students receive the highest level of personal service and a financial aid package based upon their best interests. View the Student Loan Code of Ethics.
Higher Education Emergency Relief Act
Quest College was allocated Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) under authority of Section 18004(a)(1) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), Public Law No: 116-136. View information regarding the HEERF Act.
Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report under Cares Act Section 18004(a)(1) – Institution Portion for Quarter Ending September 30, 2020.
Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report under Cares Act Section 18004(a)(1) – Student Portion for Quarter Ending September 30, 2020.
Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report under Cares Act Section 18004(a)(1) – Institution Portion for Quarter Ending December 31, 2020.
Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report under Cares Act Section 18004(a)(1) – Student Portion for Quarter Ending December 31, 2020.
Quarterly Report-Student Portion: March 31, 2021
Final Consolidated Report – Student Portion
High Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) II
High Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) II – Disclosures
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) II – Disclosures Updated
HEERF II-Quarterly-Report-Student-Portion June 30, 2021
HEERF II-Quarterly-Report-Student-Portion September 30, 2021 -Final Report
High Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) III
High Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) III – Disclosures
HEERF III-Quarterly-Report-Student-Portion October 18, 2021
Quest College knows that a fully-informed student is likely to be very happy with their choice of Quest as their college. View our Quest College Consumer Information to learn more about our school and the outcomes of our programs.