Need help financing your program?
You have come to the right place. EMT Utah does not offer in-house financing or payment plans, 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 as you want of any size until the full balance is paid.
- EMT Utah is proud to serve our nation’s veterans. Your service is appreciated. If you are a veteran or the spouse of a veteran, the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) has a program through which you may qualify for reimbursement of up to $500 on an EMT or AEMT program at EMT Utah. To see if you qualify, please contact Jerry Culwell at email@example.com. Please only reach out to him if you are a current or former military member or the spouse of a current or former military member. Children of military members are not eligible. Students must pay course tuition up front and will only receive reimbursement from DWS if they qualify and if they complete the course in full.
- The Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) also has various tuition assistance programs that you may qualify for. Visit their website to get more information, to see if you qualify, and to apply for their programs.
- Some employers offer tuition assistance or reimbursement for their employees. Check with your employer to see if this is something they offer and find out whether you qualify.
Note: EMT Utah is a privately-owned school and is not eligible to provide Title IV student loans or Pell Grants. EMT Utah is not eligible to accept FAFSA funds or GI Bill funds. This also means that EMT Utah is not eligible to provide 1098-T tax forms.