FAQ

How does this site work?
Simple. We’ve built a database of nearly every school that offers CNA & MA training programs in each state. To find one of these schools, complete the quick form on this page and you’ll then see a list of Online and Campus Schools in your area, including a button that lets you request information from each school that interests you. The school will then send you information about their specific programs or contact you directly to answer any questions you have.
What’s the difference between Online and Campus Schools?
Campus Schools have a physical location that you attend for classes. And some of these schools offer individual Online courses. With Online Schools, you only need an internet connection to attend your classes.
Can I contact more than one school?
Yes – we recommend you contact multiple schools. Secondary education can be expensive, so it’s a good idea to shop around. You should contact all of the schools returned from your search.
Can I contact schools outside of my local area?
Yes. Whether you are searching for yourself or for a friend, or perhaps even if you’re considering relocation, you can contact schools all across the United States. But please, serious inquiries only.
What does this cost?
It’s free to use our site to search for & contact schools, but, obviously, those schools will charge their own tuition. Be sure to ask your school(s) about costs as well as scholarships and financial aid opportunities.
Can this site help me if I already have a degree?
Absolutely! We can connect you with schools that offer post-secondary training that will help push your career to the next level. Waiting on a promotion? Wait no more! With the proper training, you can become an expert in your field.
Is financial aid available?
Yes – most schools offer some type of financial aid package, but it varies between schools and programs. Be sure to ask the school representative what type of options are available for incoming students.
How much financial aid is available?
The federal government gives out grants to qualifying students each enrollment session. This is known as the Pell Grant, and subsequently the SEOG. For Medical Assisting programs, the Pell Grant offers $5,550 to qualifying students! If you receive the Pell Grant, you are eligible to receive the SEOG, for an additional $250. Grants, unlike loans, don’t have to be paid back.

You can also look into federal student loans. These will have to be paid back, but are very common among college students. There a two different option: subsidized, or not. The subsidized option has the government pay out your interest while in college, but offer less total funding. The non-subsidized offers more available funding, but the government does not help with interest.

What are the chances that I’ll get a job?
There’s about a 75-90% placement after graduation, though, this is no guarantee. Most schools will have Career Placement Assistance programs to help you find a job. And some schools even have hospitals that come to them for new recruits yearly. The sooner you graduate, the sooner you can start youe new career!
How soon are classes really starting?
It’s very common for smaller schools to have modules, or classes, starting each month! So, chances are that there’s a school with classes starting in a matter of weeks (or less!). Other schools will use a more standard semester style system. Here, there are classes starting every couple of months. Contact a school and find out when they’re starting today!