Financial Planning and Student Financial Aid

Since financial difficulties can have an adverse effect on academic endeavors, applicants are advised to plan their sources of financial support very carefully prior to entry into the DNAP Program. Applicants who are accepted to MTSA DNAP Program should plan to adjust their lifestyles accordingly, if needed. Although the DNAP Program Admissions Committee prefers that applicants be financially stable, the following information should prove helpful in financial planning.

If an accepted applicant or current student in the DNAP program anticipates utilizing financial aid during their enrollment, they should request an appointment at their earliest opportunity with the Office of Financial Aid to discuss available funds and relevant procedures (finaid@mtsa.edu).

All tuition payments are due on the specified dates. In addition to the delinquent tuition fee, students will be suspended (suspension effective on the first delinquent day) from academic assignments until tuition is paid. Any time missed for this reason must be made up after the scheduled class graduation date as a terminal extension. The length of the extension will be at least commensurate with the amount of time missed. Students must pay pro-rated tuition for all extensions in the program.

Office of Financial Aid

Since financial difficulties can have adverse effects on academic endeavors, applicants are advised to plan their sources of financial support very carefully prior to entry to MTSA. While MTSA prefers that applicants be financially stable, the Office of Financial Aid is maintained to assist students in obtaining financial assistance. New students should schedule an appointment for an entrance Financial Aid Orientation if they expect to utilize financial assistance while attending.