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Our Programs

Finance options to fit your needs

MTEC offers the following payment options for our programs:

  • Payment in full of $3975 (NexGen) or $1975 (JumpStart)
    • MTEC® accepts payment through VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express
    • Use discount code MTECDISC at checkout when paying in full and receive 25% off ebooks and materials – that’s almost $300 off your total investment! (NexGen only)
  • Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan
  • TFC Payment Plan (NexGen only) – 18% interest (Must first apply and be denied for a loan through SLM)
    • Students pre-approved for the TFC payment plan will follow the monthly payment schedule listed below for a total investment of $4558
    • Down payment of $50 due on enrollment (nonrefundable)
    • 18 payments of $250.44
  • MTEC® Payment Plan (NexGen Only) – 12% interest
    • Down payment of $500 due on enrollment
    • 12 equal payments of $309
      In selecting the MTEC® payment plan, the student agrees to make monthly payments as outlined below for a total investment of $4205 which includes shipping. These payments will be automatic credit card deductions unless otherwise specified below. Payments will be processed on the 15-17 of the month. If automatic deductions are refused, an invoice will be sent on the 15th of each subsequent month with a net of 30 days. There will be a late fee of $15 a month for each late payment. The full amount due may be paid in advance at any time. Students must be current in their payments in order to receive student services.
  • For disabled veterans, and others who qualify, we work with vocational rehabilitation facilities in most states for full funding, as well as with Workforce Investment (WIA) in Ohio.
  • Funding is also available for military spouses through the Career Advancement Account. Further information can be found on the MTEC website here.

** Please contact our admissions department (1-877-864-3307) to find out which payment plan you may qualify for.

If you are a student with disabilities or in need of retraining for a new career, we suggest you check your state Rehab Commission or Job Retraining Program (WIA) to see what they offer. Credit union loans or home equity loans my also be an alternative for you.