Perry Technical Institute strives to provide students with an affordable education. Tuition is paid on a quarterly or trimester basis with tuition due at the start of each term. Perry also offers an optional Tuition Payment Plan. The cost of attending Perry is outlined on the 2013-2014 Tuition, Fees and Tools Cost Schedule and the tuition payment requirements are outlined in the catalog.
Funding your children’s education is one of the biggest investments you'll ever make. Perry Tech’s Financial Aid Department is here to guide students and parents through the process of applying for financial aid.
Perry Technical Institute is Title IV-funded institution of higher education. Financial aid is administered in accordance with established state and federal policies and philosophies. Aid in the form of grants, loans, jobs and scholarships help offset the cost of attending school.
Your son or daughter’s financial aid award is based on demonstrated need. Need is determined from analysis of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Perry Technical Institute Data Sheet. Financial need is the difference between total education expenses for an academic year and the student/family contribution. For information on the process of applying for financial aid, visit Paying for Perry.
Perry Technical Foundation offers scholarships to help students with the cost of attending Perry. Current Students who have completed at least one term are eligible for Perry Technical Foundation Scholarships. Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 are available in the fall and the spring. The foundation also maintains a list of external scholarships available to Perry students. Scholarship guidelines and applications are available in the Foundation Office.