The Federal Government has passed the CARES ACT for Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds. The Act allows for schools to provide emergency grant funds to students that have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. These funds are to be used to cover any Cost of Attendance related expenses (ie, housing, food, health care, child care, technology). In order to receive the emergency funds, students will need to apply and request the funds.
Illinois School Relief Update
Illinois Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting
Miami School Relief Update
Miami Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting
Ohio School Relief Update
Ohio Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting
Our Media Schools are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). One of the privileges of accreditation is the availability of Title IV federal funding – commonly known as Federal Financial Aid.
To find out what type of Federal Financial Aid you would qualify for, go to FAFSA (www.fafsa.ed.gov) and fill out an online form. When you add the respective school code to your FAFSA, we will receive a copy in 1 to 4 business days. Here are the school campus codes:
- Illinois Media School in Lombard: 031018
- Illinois Media School in Chicago: 031018
- Ohio Media School in Cincinnati: 030780-04
- Ohio Media School in Cleveland: 030682
- Ohio Media School in Columbus: E01629
- Ohio Media School in Colorado: E00985
- Miami Media School: 030780-00
The schools are approved by and/or affiliated with these organizations:
- Approved for Training of Veterans
- United States Department of Labor
- Department of Rehabilitation Services
Individual campuses are also approved by their respective state board of education. Many of the schools are also approved for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).
College Completion Grant
Got your degree? Congratulations!
Feel like you need a little more training to confidently start your career in broadcasting?
That’s why we’re offering a $3,000 grant to bachelor’s degree recipients who complete their education at any of our locations.
Many programs don’t offer the familiarity with the equipment, nor the actual experience performing the tasks you’ll do on the job. We can help with that. In fact, we’re going to reward you for recognizing that a bachelor’s degree alone may not be enough to get you in the door of this competitive field.
Besides, how much better would it be to confidently say, “Sure, I’ve done newscasts”, or “Yes, I’ve produced commercials. Have you seen my demo?”
Let us help you be the best person for the job on the day you start working in broadcasting!