Need help financing your program?
You have come to the right place. EMT Utah does not offer in-house financing, but there are other options to help pay for your EMT program.
The simplest option for traditional classes is to register for a class a few months or more in the future by paying only the deposit. In the time between paying the deposit and when class starts, you can make as many payments of any size until the full balance is paid. If you don’t have time to wait, or plan to take an online course, other options are:
1. Mountain America Credit Union offers student loans for all of our programs. We have an agreement with them and can help you navigate the loan process. Mountain America Credit Union will let us know you have applied and we will send an authorization from the school to facilitate your loan process.
2. EMT Utah is proud to serve our nation’s veterans and their families. Your service is appreciated. If you are a veteran or the spouse of a veteran, you may qualify for tuition assistance. The Utah Department of Workforce Services has a program where you may qualify for reduced tuition on an EMT or AEMT program at EMT Utah. To see of you qualify, please contact EMT Utah and we will refer you to the appropriate contact.
If you qualify, you will receive a prepaid credit card from The Department of Workforce Services. When you receive and activate your card, you can go online register for the class you want to take, pay the deposit and for any supplies you may need. Remaining balance due by first day of class.
3. EMT Utah does not offer Title IV student loans and does not participate in the Pell Grant program.