Financial Assistance

Education requires a commitment and investment of both time and resources.



Demand for professional, qualified drivers is at an all time high.

If you compare the different career training options available, becoming a professional truck driver has the best financial return on your investment, by far. With a short training period, affordable tuition — and in many instances employers assisting in your training cost if you qualify.

 Is Professional Truck Driving the right career for YOU?

  • Average time out from home is 21 days (about 1 day for every 7)
  • Payment is by the miles
  • Clean background and MVR record
  • Options to work for a company or start your own business
  • Willing to work with an OTR (over-the-road) company to gain 2 years experience usually needed for  local CDL jobs

Resources for Financing your Career for a free online guide to scholarships, including tips for organizing your scholarship search and writing a winning essay.  for CDL training

Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE):  

VA Benefits for veteran’s assistance  /  Post 911 GI bill Chapter 33

Local County Workforce Centers

FMCSA grants /

Home Equity Loans

Sponsorship through your local community:

            Local Church


            Non-profit Establishments ie: Elks, Eagles, VFW

Scholarships are also made available from various charity groups, religious organizations, public and private foundations.

If you are looking for assistance to pay for tuition, Excel can assist you in your process to receive training. Questions regarding financial aid, campus information, security, graduation rates or other info can contact our Admissions Representatives:


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