Financial Aid

Various types of financial aid are available to students attending Washington Health System School of Radiologic Technology.  Financial aid is intended to assist those students who would otherwise be unable to afford the cost of an education beyond high school. The primary responsibility for financing an education rests with the student and family; financial aid is intended to supplement the family contributions. Most types of aid are awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need which is the difference between the cost of attending school and the total amount of money that the student and family can be expected to provide.

 

All students who wish to apply for federal/state financial aid, grants, and/or loans must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually. Financial aid may be in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, or a combination of these. Various civic, medical, and nursing groups also have scholarships and loans available.

A brochure describing various types of financial aid is available at the school. Application procedures and deadlines vary depending on the type of aid. Students should contact their high school counselor or School of Radiologic Technology Financial Aid and Admissions Officer for information relevant to the specific type of aid. The Financial Aid and Admissions Officer are available to students Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Financial aid counseling and determination of awards are based on guidelines and regulations of the funding agencies.

 

For all students that will attend California University and the Washington Health System concurrently, all financial aid questions and concerns should be directed to California University of PA’s financial aid office.California University will process aid for concurrent students.

 

Washington Health System
Schools of Nursing & Radiologic Technology

Financial Aid Office
155 Wilson Ave 
Washington, PA 15301

 

Telephone:  724-223-3167
FAX:  724-229-2256
E-mail:  pzink@washingtonhospital.org

 

 

Student Lending Code of Conduct

 

Federal School Code:  00658200

 

Financial Aid Links:
www.fafsa.ed.gov

www.studentloans.gov

www.nslds.ed.gov