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MATC Campus Closed Week of November 20th.  College operations will resume on November 27th.

Here are Additional Aid Sources

Heartland Works (HWI)-Manhattan Workforce Center
HWI operates a variety of federally-funded grants which provide scholarship assistance for individuals pursing training leading to occupations in high demand industries with strong salaries and good retention rates. Eligibility guidelines apply. The Manhattan Workforce Center also offers assistance with job search and placement services. For more information on HWI, grants and the Manhattan Workforce Center, please visit www.heartlandworks.org, or contact them at 785-539-5691.

SER Corporation
Provides educational assistance for eligible students who have work experience or a parent who has work experience in the agriculture area. To apply, visit their website at www.sercorp.com.

United Tribes of Kansas and Southeast Nebraska
Educational assistance programs for students of Native American descent. To apply, contact their office at 785-595-3291.

Department for Children and Families/Rehabilitation Services
Manhattan - 785-776-4011
Salina - 785-826-8000
Junction City - 785-762-5445

Army Emergency Relief Education Programs
http://www.aerhq.org

Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium
www.globalsymposium.org

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
www.hsf.net

United Negro College Fund
www.uncf.org

American Indian College Fund
www.collegefund.org

Scholarship Search Sites
www.finaid.org
www.fastweb.com

Private (Alternative) Loans - Private loans are non-federal educational loans in the student's name, offered through private lenders. Students may apply for a loan from any lender that offers private educational loans. While Manhattan Tech does not maintain a recommended or preferred lender list, we do provide a list of lenders that Manhattan Tech students have used over the past three years. Please visit with a Manhattan Tech financial aid advisor if you are considering applying for a private loan.

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