Financial Aid

Campus, formerly MTI College, offers a variety of ways to help fund your education.

Our financial aid advisors can help you apply for grants and scholarships so you can graduate with peace of mind.

Campus, formerly known as MTI College, is an eligible institution for state grants and government financial aid programs. We understand that most college students depend on financial assistance in order to attend college. So, Campus makes attending and your future career possible by offering government loans and grants. Based on your eligibility, you can opt to take advantage of the many financial aid opportunities available at Campus.

Financial aid counseling and funding are available through: Federal Pell Grants, Federal SEOG Grants, Federal Stafford Student Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized), Federal PLUS Loans, State and Private Grants, Federal Work Study, and Institutional Loans.

Financial Aid Resources

Information and resources on financial aid from Campus, formerly known as MTI College.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Applicants that are interested in discovering their financial aid eligibility at Campus are encouraged to schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor using the contact form at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, applicants may use Campus' school code (008680) to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online by clicking the button below. Please note that it can take up to 48 hours for your application to process. If after completing your application, you have questions, please contact an Campus' admissions advisor at (916) 339-1500.

If the information provided on your FAFSA changes significantly, you may request an appeal through your financial aid administrator to reflect your current income or circumstances.


Cal Grants

Cal Grants are available to qualifying Campus students. The Cal Grant program is a financial aid program administrated by the California Student Aid Commission in providing aid to California vocational training students. Applicants must submit a certified GPA and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using school code 008680 to use these funds at MTI College. Cal Grants are the largest source of California state funded student financial aid.

Veteran's Benefits

Campus, formerly MTI College, is an authorized participant in administering The GI Bill® (the generic term comprising various education assistance programs administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs). The GI Bill® provides benefits to veterans, service members, and some dependents of disabled or deceased veterans wishing to pursue an education. GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at

Tuition Reimbursement Options

As a regionally accredited institution, Campus, formerly known as MTI College, qualifies for most company reimbursement programs. Students should check with their employers about this possibility for covering the cost of tuition, as many students may be eligible for generous tuition reimbursement benefits.

Merit Scholarships Available

Campus wants to help students achieve their goals by providing tuition waiver awards ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. Contact an admissions advisor to learn more about this great opportunity.

Terms of Tuition Payments

Convenient terms, as well as tuition loans themselves, may be arranged for the student. A payment plan may suit your current financial status better than waiting until after you complete the program to pay back your loans. On the other hand, perhaps you need additional time before paying back your loans. Our financial aid office is available to help you find the most appropriate terms of tuition payment for your personal situation.

Tuition Costs

Tuition is calculated based on the program to which the student is applying and the length of time that program should take to complete. Financial aid options are available to all students no matter what program they choose.

Cost of Attendance

The cost of attendance (COA) for a student is the total estimated expense of going to college for one academic year. These estimates help students and families budget for college and help the institution determine financial aid needs.

Monthly Expenses

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Campus believes that students should not have to go into debt to get a great education. Learn more about financial aid with our resource pages listed above.

Wright International Student Services – Grace Counseling Outreach and Default Prevention Outreach

You're not alone when it comes to student loans. Campus, formerly known as MTI College, has partnered with Wright International Student Services (WISS) to provide you with FREE assistance on your Federal student loan obligations to ensure successful, and comfortable, loan repayment. Wright International Student Services' friendly customer representatives may reach out to you during your grace period to answer questions you have about your loan obligation and/or repayment options. They may also contact you if your loan(s) become delinquent. WISS is not a collection agency. We've partnered with them to help you explore a wide variety of possibilities such as alternative repayment plans, deferment, consolidation, discharge, forgiveness, and forbearance options. WISS will stay in touch with you via phone calls, letters, and/or emails to help you find answers to your questions and solutions to your issues.

For additional resources including information on repayment options, please visit WISS' Federal Student Loan Overview website here.

Net Price Calculator

Use the Net Price Calculator to learn an estimate of the total costs of attending Campus.