In order to receive financial aid from UTI, you must file a FAFSA to see what type of aid you qualify for. UTI also sponsors scholarships and provides resources for finding sponsored scholarships, both of which you'll need to search and apply for through the school's Student Services webpage.
The FAFSA is a free federal form that requires information such as your Social Security number, driver's license number, and previous year's tax return or most recent pay stub in order to assess your financial need. You can submit this form online at Fafsa.ed.gov. If you have trouble filing out the form, UTI offers help through their FAFSA Service Center.
UTI offers various scholarship and grant opportunities through the UTI Foundation, a nonprofit that provides financial assistance for students wishing to attend the school. The school's scholarship search tool will match you to scholarships offering awards for a myriad of factors including past work experience, future career choices, family history, educational history and GPA, life challenges, club memberships, honors and awards, religion, hobbies, supported causes, and military history. UTI sponsors several scholarships including the National Testing Scholarship, which grants up to $2,500 to the high school seniors who have the highest scores on either UTI's technical or academic test.