If you're a veteran, you could qualify for GI Bill benefits to help pay for tuition. Tech Elevator is an approved training provider at our Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh campuses. Our Philadelphia campus will be eligible after two years in business.
What's the process for applying for GI Bill benefits?
The first step is to apply to Tech Elevator as normal.
Gain acceptance to Tech Elevator and enroll in the program.
After enrolling in Tech Elevator, fill out the VA’s online Education Benefits Application.
*Note: Financing for Tech Elevator must be in order 5 weeks prior to cohort start date. Average processing time for applications from the VA is 30 days.
Once you have completed the appropriate online VA application, email your Admissions Coordinator to let them know. Once you have been approved for education benefits for Tech Elevator, email your Admissions Coordinator a copy of the Certificate of Eligibility (CoE) you receive in the mail from the VA.
We are continuing to expand on our financing options for students in as many ways as possible. If there is a financing source not listed here that you would like to use, or that you believe we missed, please do not hesitate to call (877) 606-3203 or email [email protected].
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 web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill
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