Payment Options for Your CDL Training
We offer several financial assistance programs to assist active duty service members, reservists, veterans, dependents, and spouses who wish to obtain their CDL. In addition, many of our partners participate in the VA Department of Labor Driver Apprenticeship Program for tuition reimbursement and hire our students upon graduation. (Compliance with Title 38, U.S.C. 3679(e), The Colmery Act, Section 103)
We have partnered with Meritize to provide our students with financing options. With a Meritize loan, you can get credit for your merit and potentially improve your loan options by sharing your academic history, military background, or work experience. If approved, full deferment during school is available.
State & Federal Programs
Our Alumni have various options to participate in State and Federal tuition reimbursement programs. There are a number of State and Federal tuition assistance programs for our qualified Alumnus ranging from Workforce Development to Veterans Assistance Programs. Connect with one of our Career Placement Specialists to discuss your options today!
Local companies now hiring only DOT physical and CDL learning permit required and they will pay for your training if hired!
For help with funding regardless of the county you live in from the WIOA program.
Call 720-523-6898 and you must register at Colorado Workforce Center.
Carrier Sponsorship Programs
For Alumni that are interested in a career immediately after graduation, we have partnered with several nationally known carriers for a more affordable training program.
|Program/Class||Cash Price||Financed Price|
|162-hour Class A||$4500||$5750|
|132-hour Class A||$4000||$5100|
|66-hour Class B||$2700||$3400|
Some of the largest nationally known trucking companies that we work with offer tuition reimbursement to graduates. These companies may pay as much as 100% of the monthly tuition payment in reimbursement, up to $7,500 total. DMV Genie is a free APP to use for preparing for the CDL Learners Permit Test with your smart phone.
Contact a Vocational Rehabilitation consoler for assistance with funding.