UTI Financial Aid Services
Financial aid is assistance from government and private sources to students to help pay for their education costs. Most students utilize a combination of aid types, such as grants, scholarships, and student loans. The financial aid process may feel time consuming, but we’re here to help you (and your parents) throughout the process.
Do You Qualify for Financial Aid?
To determine whether you qualify for financial aid, you must:
- File a FAFSA. This is the first step to getting the aid you need to pay for your tuition at UTI. Our FAFSA Service Center will be there to help!
- Please be sure to have your Social Security Number, date of birth, driver's license number, previous year's tax return, or most recent pay stub when contacting our FAFSA Service Center.
Federal School Codes
|Campus ||Pell ID# ||Campus ||Pell ID# |
|Avondale ||008221 ||MMI Phoenix ||014518 |
|Glendale Heights ||008221 ||Mooresville - NTI ||008221 |
|Exton ||016696 ||Norwood ||008221 |
|Dallas ||016696 ||Orlando ||014518 |
|Houston ||016696 ||Rancho ||008221 |
|Marine Orlando ||014518 ||Sacramento ||014518 |
|MMI Orlando ||014518 || || |
If you qualify for aid, you’ll receive an Estimated Award Letter with instruction on how to acquire your aid.
Financial Aid Resources
Contact your preferred campus for more information about financial aid.
Our schools proudly adhere to the Arizona Student Loan Code of Conduct with practices that focus on the best interests of borrowers.