3 Jam-Packed Financial Resources to Help You Pay for Your Education

  Posted on January 5, 2017

  Written by Morgan O'Rourke


So, you’ve decided to advance your life in 2017 and return to school. Your decision to invest in your education will undoubtedly also benefit your family and your career, and we applaud you and your ambition!

Figuring out exactly how you’re going to pay for your degree or professional diploma is probably at the forefront of your thoughts. It’s normal to feel stressed, worried, or overwhelmed by the money aspect of your decision and goals, but we’re here to assure you – there are options that will fit your unique financial situation and goals.

If you’re looking to enter the medical or business field, a career college education may be the right investment for your future. With benefits like:

  • Starting your career sooner
  • Saving tens of thousands of dollars
  • Receiving a more personalized education and hands-on, real-world experience from day one

You will set yourself apart and have the opportunity to enter a wide variety of specialized fields, companies, and positions.

Will a career college save you money?

Receive an education that will pay off. Learn how a career college will save you time and money by viewing our interactive infographic:

OBC Financial Aid Resources

Get help paying for college

Don’t leave free money on the table! Get all the facts on financial aid, including grants, scholarships, loans, and the federal work study program. View our financial aid guide:

OBC Financial Aid Resources

Collect Insights from OBC’s Lead Financial Services Administrator

At OBC, we’re here to help you understand and navigate your financial aid options, and we will support you throughout the entire process.

From OBC’s Lead Financial Services Administrator: Find out how OBC helps students navigate financial aid and paying for college, and learn about specific scholarships and grants that are only for career school students.

How to pay for college


Contact one of our financial aid advisors to get your questions answered and discover the best way to estimate the cost of your OBC education.