Financial Aid for CDL Training
Atlanta CDL Training School is proud to partner with the top leaders in tuition financing for CDL students, CDL Advantage and Paramount Capital Group
Together with our partners, Atlanta CDL Training School is committed to your success and that begins with enabling all potential students the means to get enrolled, get trained, and graduate. Please be sure if you have any questions concerning financial assistance to contact our Financial Aid office at 678-400-7812. Get on the road to success today!
TUITION & FEES
Atlanta CDL Training School Costs Include:
Tuition (includes books/supplies)
For details on our affordable tuition, please give us a call today at 678-400-7812.
State and Local Retraining Funds:
There are numerous state and local CDL training grants in the form of retraining funds. These programs are available to help individuals obtain a skill that will ensure more stable employment. For more information contact your local or state office or website.
Students receive funding for CDL school through either state or private Vocational Rehabilitation programs also known as “Voc Rehab”. If you are an injured worker or are currently in a rehabilitation program, you may be eligible for this type of government grant for truck driver training.
Veteran Post 9/11 GI Bill®:
For military veterans, the Post 9/11 GI Bill® provides expanded benefits for CDL training tuition and even an apprenticeship program. You may be eligible to use your GI Bill® to help pay your tuition and provide additional assistance while you are training. Some carriers, in fact, are members of the Military Apprenticeship Program. With this program, you may be eligible to earn a monthly educational benefit check along with your weekly salary from your new job. For some veterans, this could be as much as $1,400 additional each month. This benefit may also be extended to your spouse or children. Please contact your local VA office for more information.
Georgia Student Finance Commission:
They are a higher education finance agency promoting and increasing access to education for Georgians. They administer numerous scholarships, grants, and student loan programs and provide outreach and education services statewide. For more information visit their website at: https://gsfc.georgia.gov/