Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. All students applying for Federal Financial Aid are required to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Log on to www.FAFSA.ed/gov to submit your application. Our Federal School Code is 011484. Financial aid awards are contingent upon student completion and return of necessary paperwork in timely manner. Applications are also available through VICÍ Admissions & Financial Aid office. If you have already filed a FAFSA for the current award year, please do not submit a duplicate application, as it will be rejected by the Department of Education. Log on to www.FAFSA.ed/gov and add our school code (011484) to your existing application. You can also call the Student Aid Information Center at 1.800.433.3243 to make this addition.
School Code: 011484 – Advanced Institute of Hair Design
In addition to financial aid, we offer payment plans structured to fit financial needs.
Send your completed application, along with the required tax forms to:
VICI Financial Aid Office
16871 West Greenfield Avenue, New Berlin, WI 53151 FinancialAid@vici.edu
Other Loan Options
Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan
VICÍ provides a limited number of scholarships to high school seniors planning to attend one of our schools within the next year. Contact your high school’s guidance counselor or the Admissions Department for a VICÍ Scholarship application. Visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/types/grants-scholarships/finding-scholarships for more info on how to find a scholarship! Some past awards have come from the ACE Grant, OPI & AACS ACE Scholarship program, Sports Clips & American Crew ACE Scholarship Program, The Alice Madden Barton Scholarship Program, Beauty Schools Directory $2,500 Cosmetology Scholarship, The Joe Francis Hair care Scholarship Foundation. We’re also a qualifying school for Beauty Changes Lives scholarships.
VICÍ offers institutional grants only in rare circumstances at the discretion of the Financial Assistance office with final approval from the Chief Financial Officer.
Outside Grants and Scholarships
Many businesses, religious, and civic organizations provide scholarships and grants for post-secondary educational pursuits. This is an area which is often overlooked. Therefore, you should speak to people such as your high school guidance counselor to obtain more information. Another sector to check is local hair salons. You might be able to convince a salon owner to provide you with a scholarship if you agree to work for the salon after you finished your education.
Home Equity Loans
Many parents elect to take a home equity loan rather than a PLUS Loan due to the tax deduction benefits which come with a home equity loan.