WyoTech Tuition and Financial Aid
Your financial aid questions—answered.
How Much Does It Cost To Attend WyoTech?
|Tuition Year||Program||Tuition Cost||Application Fee||Books, Tools, Equipment||Total Cost**|
|2023-2024||All 9-Month Programs||$31,750||$100||$0||$31,850|
|2024-2025||Applied Welding Technology 6-Month*||$27,500||$100||$0||$27,600|
**Total cost includes tuition cost, application fee, books, equipment, supplies, and tools needed for course completion.
How to Apply for Financial Aid at WyoTech
You may apply for eligibility any time within six (6) months of your expected start date.
- Create a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID at https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch
- Complete your FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa to see if you qualify for federal financial aid, including grants and student loans.
- Use WyoTech’s Federal School Code: 009157
- Once your FAFSA is completed, email our Student Finance office or call 1-800-521-7158
- Once your FAFSA has been processed, you may be selected by the federal government for “verification.” If your application is selected, you may be asked to provide federal tax transcripts and additional forms. Please respond quickly so WyoTech can continue to process your application.
WyoTech Net Price Calculator
What will it cost to attend WyoTech? Get your estimated cost of attendance (tuition and required fees, books and supplies, room and board / meals, and other related expenses), minus estimated grant and scholarship aid, based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
Questions About Using Your Veteran Benefits at WyoTech?
Please contact the WyoTech Student Finance Office at 800.521.7158.
Types of Federal Financial Aid
For those who qualify, grants are awarded based on financial need combined with the cost of attendance (determined by your school and specific program). Unlike loans, grants only need to be paid back in very rare circumstances.
Parent PLUS Loan
Parents can take out a Parent PLUS loan so their student doesn’t take on too much student loan debt. These loans offer a fixed interest rate and flexible loan limits. Typically, it’s best to exhaust eligibility for Direct Student Loans first, since these loans offer lower rates and better terms.
- Before applying, you must fill out the FAFSA. The same FAFSA used for Federal Financial Aid is required.
- Apply for a Parent PLUS Loan at StudentLoans.gov
Direct Subsidized Student Loans
For those who qualify and have financial needs, subsidized loans offer students favorable terms, and the interest is paid by the U.S. Department of Education under the following conditions:
- While you’re in school at least half-time
- For the first 6 months after you leave school (grace period)
- During a time of deferment (postponement of loan payments)
Direct Unsubsidized Student Loans
Qualified applicants are not required to demonstrate a financial need in order to receive an unsubsidized loan disbursement. However, terms are less favorable and include:
- Interest immediately begins to accrue at the time of the first disbursement
- Interest accrues during all times of forbearance, deferment, and the 6-month grace period after leaving school
Alternatives to Federal Financial Aid
Personal Private Loan
You can apply with your local bank or credit union for a personal loan to help fund the tuition costs for enrollment. Currently, WyoTech is not partnered with any private lending institutions.
Pay Upfront or Payment Plan
If there is still a balance due on your tuition after exploring all aid options, you can either pay the remaining balance, or we can work with you on an interest free payment plan that will be paid in installments while enrolled in the course. Final payment must be made before course completion.