Tuition Assistance and Other Support Programs

Gateway Community and Technical College offers a variety of tuition assistance and other special programs designed to help you reach your educational goals. Many of these are funded by grants from the federal government or other organizations. Some programs offer tuition assistance while others connect you with opportunities for student employment, tutoring assistance, or special success services. Explore these topics to find out what benefits/services may be available to you:

Apply now for short term assistance that will help achieve long term success.

To Apply, Visit a Resource Computer Station Conveniently located at Boone, Edgewood, and Urban Campuses or visit one of the links below.

To Apply for SNAP/Food Stamps:

Kentucky: https://prd.chfs.gov/SNAPPrescreen/SNAPLanding.aspx
1-855-306-8959

Ohio: http://benefits.ohio.gov/
1-800-648-1176

Indiana: http://indiana.gov/core/family.html
1-800-403-0864

To Apply for Healthcare:

Kentucky: https://kyenroll.ky.gov/#
1-855-4kynect (459-6328)

Ohio: https://www.healthcare.gov/
1-800-318-2596

Indiana: http://indiana.gov/core/family.htm/
1-800-403-0864

Health Profession Opportunity Grant: Offers tuition assistance and other benefits to low-income students interested in pursuing selected allied health careers

Accelerating Opportunity Kentucky: Provides extra help in basic skills as they relate to succeeding in technical courses. For more information contact, Mary Pat Behler, Project Director, 859-442-4179 or Marypat.behler@kctcs.edu

Project IMPACT: Improves education and training opportunities for high demand, high skill jobs in the region.

Federal Work Study: Uses part-time employment opportunities to provide funds to students with a financial need.

Ready to Work: Provides career counseling, networking, assistance with childcare, and other services to KTAP eligible students

Student Support Services: Provides a variety of success and enrichment services to students who are the first in their family to attend college, meet federal income guidelines or have a federally recognized disability.

Work and Learn: Enables you to gain work experience while earning up to $2,500 per fiscal year that does not reduce your K-TAP income