The cost to attend Davis Technical College varies by program. Below is an estimated cost to attend Davis Technical College based on a 900-hour program.
(not living with parents)
|* amount reflect average costs|
Amounts listed for Registration, Off-Campus Living, Transportation, Misc, are constant across all programs. The costs for tuition, fees and Books/Supplies associated for each program can be found on the Davis Tech Programs page.
- Academic year
- An academic year is the length of time it takes to complete the equivalent of one year of training. The College defines this as 900 hours for all programs.
- Enrollment Status
- Full-time enrollment: 24 to 30 hours per week
- Three-quarter-time enrollment: 18 to 23 hours per week
- Half-time enrollment: 12 to 17 hours per week
- Less-than-half-time enrollment: 6 to 11 hours per week
- NOTE: There is no federal aid for students enrolling as less than half-time students.
- Federal Work Study (FWS)
- Campus-based funding requiring a State or Institutional match. FWS Provides an opportunity for students to offset their educational costs through subsidized employment activities. Most positions are available on campus or nearby. Community Service positions are available.
- FSEOG (Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant)
- Campus-based funding requiring a State or Institutional match. Funds are awarded first to students with the greatest need (Pell Grant recipients). Amounts vary based on program length, enrollment status and available funds.
- Good Standing
- Having met an attendance standard of 80% or higher and a progress standard of 67% or higher.
- Financial assistance that does not have to be paid back. It is also known as “Gift-aid”.
- HESSP (Higher Education Success Stipend Grant)
- State Grant program funded through the State Legislature. Amounts awarded are based on the availability of funds to students with the greatest need first.
- Payment Periods
- The Department of Education requires that federal aid be disbursed in increments called payment periods. Payment periods are equal in length and represent the time frame in which students are evaluated for both progress and attendance.
- Pell Grant
- Pell Grant is considered the primary educational funding source for students with economic need. All other funding programs require that you apply for a Pell Grant. If you qualify, the agency involved will coordinate your funding with your Pell Grant. Normally a student is expected to pay direct school costs from their Pell Grant.
- Title IV
- A term used to describe programs that are defined in Title IV of the Higher Education Reauthorization Act as amended.
- Title IV Refund
- Once the school has paid all of your direct school costs, any remaining credit balance will be disbursed to you in the form of a check. These remaining funds can be used to pay indirect school costs like transportation or housing.