Course Payment and Financial Aid
National K-9 is not a Title IV school and therefore does not have a Federal School (FAFSA) code. National K-9 does not participate in this program due to the short length of our courses and the delays in payment to Title IV programs.
The school’s policy is that tuition must be paid in full by the day the student arrives at the school to start the course. We will accept any funding if the full tuition is received on or before the first day of the scheduled course.
The school’s policy is that tuition must be paid in full by the day the student arrives at the school. We will accept any funding as long as full tuition is received on or before the first day of the scheduled course.
We have had students obtain funding from many different sources. Most students pay for courses through their personal funds. This can be done by personal check (received 14 days before the start of class), bank check (required if less than 14 days from class start date), or credit card (Visa MasterCard, Discover). Credit card transactions must be done in person and cannot be accepted online or by phone. Contact our business office at 614-864-0213 or 1-888-927-1991 if you have additional questions.
Students must provide their own funding. Full tuition payment is due on or before the first day of the course.
Although the National K-9 School for Dog Trainers does not provide financial aid, we will gladly accept most any financial aid a prospective student can obtain if the full tuition payment is received on or before the first day of the course. Check online or with your local library, they usually have information on financial aid such as grants or scholarships. You will need to contact financial aid agencies and sources to determine their requirements and restrictions.
Please note that the National K-9 School for Dog Trainers chooses not to participate in the Federal Title IV Program. National K-9 also does not offer scholarships, payment plans, internships, exchange services, or give discounts to prospective students. The Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools regulates our school and the state requires that we have the same policy for each student that wishes to attend National K-9. Full tuition payment is due on or before the first day of the course.