Financial Aid

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): If you have been forced out of work due to downsizing and reorganization, you may be eligible for federal training dollars. The Workforce Investment Act is designed to help displaced workers obtain training in fields that serve local employee bases. You may request a Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education course if it is not offered on the WIA Eligible Provider/Program List. Contact your local Department of Labor representative or One Stop Advisor for more information: www.elevatevirginia.org

Private Lenders: For a list of comprehensive private alternative loan lenders that students at Virginia Tech have borrowed from in the past, as well as, other loan information and resources see Virginia Tech University Scholarships and Financial Aid -- Private/Alternative Loans (Note: this is an archived web page).

Other Funding Sources: Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education programs are not eligible for a Hope Grant, Hope Scholarship, Pell Grant, or any other federal financial loan package. For more information on programs that are eligible for these loan options, please visit or contact the Virginia Tech Office of University Scholarships and Financial Aid.