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They make you really feel like they’re there for you and you really can do it. And, that was absolutely true.


Keshia Smith, Dental Assisting Grad, Miller-Motte College

That paycheck is more than just a paycheck. You look forward to everything dealing with the dental field – so, I’m happy to be able to enjoy a job I like and get a pay that makes me feel comfortable.


Quentira Marable, Dental Assisting Grad, Miller-Motte College

Funding Your Vocational Education

At Miller-Motte College, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to obtain an affordable, career-focused education to help propel them into an industry that a student is passionate about. That’s why we help students navigate different options like federal aid, scholarship opportunities and grants to help reduce out-of-pocket expenses.

Federal Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) helps you get an understanding of your eligibility for different financial aid options including federal grants and student loans. While we know filling out your FAFSA can seem daunting, our financial services officers are here to make that process seamless, easy and secure to help ensure you receive any aid that you may qualify for.

*Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Private Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships and grants can help you reduce the out of pocket expense of your tuition with funding that doesn’t need to be paid back like you would with student loans

Military and Veteran Financial Aid

Active and former members of the armed forces and their families may have access to military and veteran funding. These unique funding sources may allow members and former members of our Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard to utilize funds to offset the cost of their program. Our financial services officers understand the unique needs of our service members and are able to help you identify opportunities and navigate the paperwork needed.





*Employment data are provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment projections are estimates and subject to change based on regional, economic, and other factors.


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