Financing Resources

Here at Norcross Institute of Allied Health, we are committed to helping every student with financing their education with us. We work with several resources to help you pay your way to the end of your education, which will be listed below. We are also willing to work with you on down payments, payment schedules and more.
Please visit us at our office to discuss these particular options so you cant start your new career path today. Please note, we will not offer any discounts on courses and payments must be fulfilled to complete certifications and degrees.

Tuition Financing Corporation (TFC) works with students to help then finance their education. Their programs are flexible to meet students needs and offer financing in three ways

Financing Options

  • Management of school institutional loans
  • Lending against accounts receivable
  • Revolving credit accounts

As a student, TFC offers realistic payments and helps you keep track of everything online. Financing with TFC as a student you get the ability to:

  • Make payments by credit card, debit card, electronic check, Western Union, or Money Gram
  • View your account status and payment history
  • View your payoff amount and save future interest payments
  • Set up automatic payments through credit card, debit card, or ACH

Click here if you are interested in working with TFC to help finance your education and want to learn more.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a federally funded programs that helps helps low income, out of school youth and dislocated workers of Georgia get funding to pay for training and education for meaningful employment.


  • Tuition and Fees
  • Textbooks
  • Program Supplies
  • Uniform and Tools
  • Job Shadowing
  • Work Experience


Qualifications to receive WIOA assistance depends on the following criteria:

If enrolled in an occupational credit program:

  • County of Residence
  • Completion of at least one semester of college
  • GPA of at least 2.0
  • Desire to obtain full-time employment
  • Type and level of program of study

If enrolled in Adult Education services (i.e. GED):

  • Age 16-24
  • Not enrolled in a middle or high school
  • Not enrolled in other educational programs or schools
  • Have the desire and commitment to participate in Adult Education training until next level completions and participate in work experience opportunities

Click here to learn more about this amazing program and if you qualify for assistance.