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NEW STUDENT
ROADMAP TO SUCCESS

PREPARE FOR THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS

If you've received a new student acceptance certificate, congratulations! You’re on your way to valuable career training. To help you prepare, we’ve created a list of things for you to complete before attending orientation and the first day of classes.

SET UP YOUR PERSONAL STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT

All UTI/MMI/NASCAR Tech communications will be sent to your personal student email account, so set it up as soon as possible and check it daily. Instructions on how to set up your student email account will be sent to the email address you originally provided to the Admissions team.

Review the email setup instructions and set up your student email account.

SUBMIT ANY REMAINING ENROLLMENT DOCUMENTS

Depending on the state in which the campus you’ll be attending is located, you may need to provide us with a copy of your high school diploma or GED.23 Contact your Admissions Representative to confirm which documents you will need to provide.

SUBMIT A FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)

We recommend all new students explore their federal student aid options. Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form helps determine your eligibility for funds, including grants and student loans.10 When applying, the first step in the process is to create a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) number. This will give you access to the Federal Student Aid online systems and can serve as your legal signature.

GENERATE A FSA ID

To generate your FSA ID, click here.

COMPLETE A FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION

Click here to schedule an appointment to complete the FAFSA.

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT TO SPEAK WITH A FINANCIAL AID ADVISOR

The Financial Aid Department is here to help you determine the best financial aid package available. We will guide you through the application process and educate you on how student loans, grants, scholarships and other types of financial aid are received. Click here to schedule an appointment with a Financial Aid Advisor at the campus location you are attending.

STUDENT AID INFO

For more information on federal student aid, click here.

VETERANS AID INFO20

For veterans’ aid information, click here.

APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

You may be eligible for other scholarships and grants that can help cover some of your tuitions costs. They typically don’t need to be repaid and are awarded based on certain criteria.

Check out our scholarships page to review the scholarship and grant opportunities. Don’t forget to do your own research for other opportunities available to help you pay your tuition.

SAVE MONEY TO GET YOU STARTED

It’s important to plan ahead, especially for those students who are relocating to attend UTI. Creating a budget and a savings plan will make your transition to school easier, so calculate your anticipated costs and begin setting aside money each month. We recommend you have at least $1,500 to $2,000 in savings before school begins.


BUDGETING TOOLS

For budgeting help, download this Monthly Budget Planning Worksheet.


RELOCATION GRANT APPLICATION

Apply for a Relocation Grant.

EXPLORE YOUR HOUSING OPTIONS AND FINALIZE YOUR LIVING ARRANGEMENTS

If you’re a student who is relocating to attend UTI or looking for housing closer to campus, the sooner you start your housing search, the better. We can help you find affordable options, finalize rental agreements and even identify potential roommates.

Start your housing search here .

BEGIN YOUR JOB SEARCH

If you plan to work while attending UTI, we have local Career Advisors at every campus ready to help you find job opportunities that suit your class schedule and financial needs.1


EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Contact Career Services for more information about local employment opportunities.

ATTEND THE FUTURE STUDENT WORKSHOP, REGISTRATION AND ORIENTATION

Before your first day of classes, you’ll be required to attend several events where you’ll meet instructors and classmates, and learn about the support services available to you. At Registration and Orientation, you’ll receive your class schedule and complete any remaining paperwork, plus the Student Services team will help coordinate housing move-ins with CHS.


FIND YOUR EVENT

Visit your campus on this website to find out when the next event is or contact your Admissions Rep.

REVIEW DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS

We’re committed to providing reasonable accommodations to meet the needs of our students so they can access our educational programs, activities and facilities.


DISABILITY SERVICES INFO

For information on Disability Services, please visit this link.

REVIEW MILITARY AND VETERANS SERVICES

Many of our students have served in the military. Our support teams are here to help create a sense of community among our Veterans on campus.


MILITARY & VETERAN SERVICES INFO

Check out our Military & Veterans Services page.

START PACKING!

The new school year will be here before you know it! Make sure you arrive with enough time to get settled, and have all the essentials you need for a comfortable move and successful training.


WHAT TO BRING TO SCHOOL WHEN YOU RELOCATE

Be sure to download this list of suggested items to bring.