You may use the online Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for student financial aid over the internet. Schools use your FAFSA information to determine if you're eligible to receive money from Federal grant, loan and work-study programs.
Simply gather the following documents:
Current Year Taxes filed as of April 15 plus W-2 Forms, if filed
Records of Untaxed Benefits received, if applicable
Current Bank Statements
Records of Other Savings and Investments, if applicable
All applications have to be signed by electronic pin provided by the FAFSA.
For Direct Loans and Parent Plus for Dependant Students - Entrance counseling will be completed at time a student fills out application for student loan. Students need their federal PIN number to complete application process. Parents also need their federal pin to complete the Parent Plus loan process. Exit Counseling is available and must be completed upon completion of your training program.
The Workforce Investment Act is designed to assist individuals who qualify. Please contact your local job service office for an evaluation as you may fit into a category that qualifies for funding that is not listed here.
To start the process, click on the WIA link above and select your local JOB SERVICE OFFICE. Read the message and click CONTINUE.
Enter your SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER and complete the online REGISTRATION FORM.
Morgantown Job Service 304-285-3120
Fairmont Job Service 304-363-5550
The GI BILL administered throught he Department of Veterans Affairs may assist with educational funds for qualified applicants.
Visit their comprehensive website by clicking on the link above.
Scholarships/ additional grant money available through "Youth Ready" by Work Force West Virginia. For more information and eligibility requirements on "Youth Ready" as well as contact info, click link below
Chairish is offering a $2,500 scholarship award. To apply, applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements and complete the application for the scholarship award by the application deadline. For more information click link below:
NACCAS is recognized by the US Department of Education as a national agency for the institutional accreditation of postsecondary schools and departments of cosmetology arts and sciences, including specialized schools. It presently accredits 1,000 institutions which serve over 100,000 students. These schools offer over twenty (20) courses and programs of study which fall under NACCAS' scope of accreditation.
National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences
3015 Colvin St.
Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 703-600-7600
State of West Virginia Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists 1201 Dunbar Avenue Dunbar, WV 25064 Phone: 304-558-2924
The Massage Therapy Licensure Board oversees the licencing and certifications of massage therapists practising in the state of West Virginia. Refer to their web site for complete updated information on licensing requirements and other questions regarding becoming a licensed Massage Therapist in West Virginia.
Executive Director Linda Lyter email@example.com
West Virginia Massage Therapy Licensure Board 179 Summers Street, Suite 711 Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: 304-558-1060 Fax: 304-558-1061 Toll Free in WV 800-871-7265
D L Roope Administrations, Inc. PO Box 631 Hampden, ME 04444 Call: 1-888-375-2020 Fax: 1-207-848-5511
We administer the following NIC State Board examinations: Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Esthetics, Barber Styling, Instructor, Electrology, Barber 1, Natural Haircare Specialist and Hair Designer.
Honored to be selected test administrators for: Maine, New Hampshire, Idaho, West Virginia, Montana, and North Carolina.