College of Emergency of Emergency Services is not a Title IV school and does not participate in Federal Financial Student Aid programs. We do participate in Federal Veterans Benefits and the other state funded assistance programs that are listed below. All scholarships are awarded by the sponsoring organization based on their criteria and availability.
- Veterans Administration Benefits – Students meeting the requirements to receive VA benefits must come to the Student Financial Services Office to complete the appropriate paperwork. For more information, please contact the VA at 1-888-442-4551.
- NAEMT EMS Scholarship – Applications can be obtained online at the NAEMT website. Scholarship application is eligible for First Responders to EMT-Basic, EMT-Basic to EMT-Paramedic, or Paramedic advanced education. The student must be a NAEMT member to apply. Membership is a $25 Student rate with proof of EMT student status for the first year.
- Legacy Scholarship –www.boundtree.com/scholarship-program.aspx or 800-533-0523 – Scholarship for a child of a Career or Volunteer EMS Personnel. Deadline date is March of the current year.
- College of Emergency Services Payment Plans – Monthly payment plans will be established for the individual programs. Students will be required to sign a promissory note.