The Office of Student Services offers assistance in obtaining financial aid, veteran’s benefits, academic counseling, personal counseling, career counseling, and testing. School information such as completion rates, school security policies, and crime statistics is available on our website. A written copy of this information can be obtained by contacting the guidance secretary at 850.838.2545.
Student Services General Hours of Operation are Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Director of Student Services: Sandy Hendry
Please contact the Guidance Director for assistance in choosing a new career or getting additional training to improve your skills at your current job.
Students 16 years or older are eligible to apply for admission to many of TTI’s programs. Most career and technical education programs have enrollment opportunities in August and again in January. The exceptions are Practical Nursing (July), Cosmetology (August only), Patient Care Technician (August only) and Nursing Assistant (May only).
Enrollment in GED®, Continuing Workforce Education and Applied Academics (Adult Ed.) classes varies throughout the year. Contact the Student Services Office for specific information.
The registration process for post-secondary students consists of:
Completing an application form
Postsecondary CTE Adult Ed/GED® Dual Enrolled High School
Paying the $15 application fee for all new students and any former student entering a new program
Testing and counseling (if required).
Payment of the $50 registration fee (non-refundable).
This process must be completed before enrollment. Most programs admit students on a first-come, first-served basis. If the program is full, a waiting list is maintained.
Business Office Information:
All payments are to be made in the business office.
Cash, Money Orders, Cashier Checks, Personal Checks, Visa or MasterCard (credit or debit) are accepted.
Transfer of Credit:
Students who attended other accredited technical centers may submit copies of their records at the time of application. Records are reviewed by counselors in conjunction with individual instructors to determine if credit can be transferred.
Proof of Florida Residency and Fees are due prior to beginning adult education classes. Please review guide and form below.
Financial Aid may be available for qualified students.
Please contact our Financial Aid Office at 850.838.2545 ext. 235
Hours of Operation – Financial Aid
7:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday – Friday
You may apply online for the Pell Grant at http://www.fafsa.gov/.
School code: 031008
Federal regulations require that all higher education institutions establish and implement a policy to measure whether students receiving financial aid are making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward the completion of a program. This is to make sure that students who receive financial aid are using this money wisely. It is meant to curtail the use of financial aid by students who fail to successfully complete their course work. Failure to meet SAP makes a student ineligible for all institutional, federal, and state financial aid.
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In accordance with the Sec. 111 of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) and using both student-entered and institution-provided data, the Net Price Calculator allows prospective students to calculate an estimated net price at an institution using the following basic formula: Price of attendance minus grant aid. Based on the information entered by the student, an average net price of attendance is generated based on what similar students paid in 2013-2014 school year.
The estimates generated by the template do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price; they are only estimates based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a given year. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, the institution of higher education, or the State.
YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW…
Federal Regulations (FERPA) requires that institutions that receive Title IV funding provide specific consumer information to prospective and currently enrolled students and, in some cases, employers. You may access the consumer information at Taylortechnical.org . If you are unable to access the information online, you may contact the school office for a paper copy of the information.
Basic financial aid information
TTI’s completion/graduation rates for the general student body
Information about the school’s security policies and crime statistics report
Drug and alcohol abuse prevention information
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Availability of employees for information dissemination
Veterans Education Benefits:
TTI Welcomes Our Veterans
Many programs are approved for VA. Eligible veterans may be certified for VA benefits through the Financial Aid Office 850.838.2545 ext. 235.
Veterans should check with the VA Certifying Official in the Financial Aid Office to apply for or re-activate their VA educational entitlements. All required application forms are available in the Financial Aid Office.
Here are a few tips for Veterans planning to further your education courtesy of the National Association of Veterans’ Programs Administrator (NAVPA).
As an equal access/equal opportunity institution, Taylor Technical Institute assures students with disabilities equal access to all programs, activities, and services as described in Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), and Sub-part O of the Federal Register, Vol. 74 No. 208.