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Finances are a very important consideration in selecting the right school for you. Accordingly, Kino College is committed to assisting students by providing affordable payment options.
Kino College participates in Federal Student Aid programs that offer Federal Financial Student Aid. Students participating in Federal Student Aid programs will be required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine which programs they qualify for.
Take the first step today and schedule an interview with an admissions representative to learn more about the program. Please contact us to begin this process. Once accepted into our program, Kino College will help determine which payment options are available to you. For estimated tuition and living costs, please use our Net Price Calculator.
The only extra cost to consider is the exam fee for NHA’s CCMA’s exam.
As an accredited school, Kino College accepts Title IV Federal Student Aid, private loans, and scholarships. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress to remain eligible for financial aid.
*All student and Parent PLUS loans will be submitted to NSLDS (National Student Loan Data System) and accessible by authorized agencies, lenders, and institutions.
Kino College is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Accreditation ensures the Professional Medical Assistant program meets the professional, ethical, and quality standards of healthcare education. “ABHES enhances the quality of education and training and promotes institutional and programmatic accountability through systematic and consistent program evaluation. Its key is to assure the quality of the programs it accredits and assist in the improvement of the programs. This quality- determination is accomplished by rigorous and systematic evaluation based on valid standards.” Retrieved from ABHES website, wwe.abhes.org, 4/20/2022.
Accreditation by ABHES allows graduates of certain programs to meet eligibility requirements for credentialing examinations administered by various recognized certifying agencies.