At United States Truck Driving School, our goal is to finance as many qualified students as possible, even when other schools have said “NO.” We offer a variety of finance options for students concerned with truck driving school costs, or how to pay for their tuition.
For more information on any of the Financial Assistance programs available at United States Truck Driving School, click on any of the links below.
USTDS is proud to offer several financial assistance programs to assist active duty service members, reservists, veterans, dependents, or spouses receive high-quality CDL training. In addition, many of the carriers we work with participate in the VA Department of Labor Driver Apprenticeship Program that pays for training costs.
There are a number of State and Federal tuition assistance programs that our students may qualify for. From Workforce Development to Veterans Assistance Programs, USTDS is approved for funding from more than a half dozen programs and agencies.
USTDS has partnered with several nationally known carriers for a more affordable training program. Through this Carrier Program, trucking companies will lend students some (or all) of the costs associated with CDL training at United States Truck Driving School. The amount is based on financial need and income level.
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.
In-House financing may be available to qualified students directly through United States Truck Driving School. Financing decisions are made at the school, which means we can help get you financed even if other places can’t! Students can get started with very little up-front costs, and a 2-month deferred re-payment plan!
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