At Larock Healthcare Academy, our main goal is to provide short-term, low-cost programs that jumpstart your career in the healthcare industry. There are a variety of options for tuition payment.
If you are ready to pay your Enrollment Fee or make your Initial Payment via Paypal, click here. Below are the various payment options available to students:
The Tuition In-Full option allows students to pay the total of the tuition and fees prior to the start date of the program
Students are also able to make weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly payments while attending classes by utilizing Larock’s No Fee & No Interest Payment Plan. Prior to the class start date your initial payment is due, which includes the enrollment fee and a portion of the tuition. Once you make your initial payment, your admissions representative will set up a payment plan that works for you!
Larock Healthcare Academy is a registered educational provider with all Ohio County Job and Family Services Departments to receive funding for eligible students through their Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Students interested in WIA funding should contact their county Job and Family Services department for eligibility requirements.
CLICK HERE for a list of WIA offices in Ohio or CLICK HERE for a map of One Stop’s/Means Job’s Offices.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides financial assistance for higher education and a housing allowance to Veterans, Service members and eligible family members. To be eligible to receive funding, individuals must have at least 90 days of aggregate service after September 10, 2001, or be honorably discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days.
Other Benefit Details:
- All tuition and fee benefits are paid directly to the school.
- Eligible students will receive a yearly book and supplies stipend of up to $1,000.
- Unused benefits may be transferred to the student’s dependents.
- GI Bill estimator and comparison tool allows for an estimate of GI Bill benefits
There are possible sources of financial support for students with handicapping conditions, including learning disabilities, through state rehabilitation service agencies. In Ohio, the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission (OHRC) services this need. Students can receive support through one of two bureaus within the OHRC; Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) and the Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired (BSVI). These benefits are commonly referred to as BVR benefits. Below are some helpful links:
Opportunity for Ohioans with Disabilities