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STNA Payment Plans

Posted on March, 27, 2013 by admin

Becoming a state tested nurse aide can be an incredible career choice for people from any income level.  However, many people are on a tight budget and rightfully worry about how to pay for their STNA classes and license.  Finding a solution to this problem may seem like a difficult task but it can be done.

With financing available from PCHS, nearly anyone on nearly any budget can start improving their career by studying to become an STNA.  With payment options from PCHS, students can quickly and easily pay off their loans so that they can stop worrying about debts when they should be focusing on their career.

Enjoying the benefits of PCHS payment plans is easy and will get you on the track to a promising career as an STNA.

  • On the day of enrollment, simply bring a $200 deposit so that you can start your payment plan.  This deposit is non-refundable but is applied to the cost of the program, regardless.
  • If you would like to lower the costs of your payment plan, simply bring a larger amount on enrollment day.  This extra money will go toward the completion of your final bill so your payments will decrease.
  • Payments for our STNA classes may be paid with cash, cashier’s checks, money orders, debit cards, and credit cards for your convenience.
  • Of course, if you wish to pay off the entire class at once, you absolutely may.  PCHS offers payment plans because we know that some people are on a tighter budget than others.  We want the experience of becoming an STNA as positive as possible.

If you have any questions about PCHS payment plans for becoming an STNA, please give us a call.  Our representatives are standing by to answer any concerns you may have.  To learn more about becoming an STNA, visit today!

Posted by: Ieda

I have no personal eepcrienxe with the surgery but have 5 friends who had gastric bypass and 1 who had the lapband.The commitment is to change one’s eating habits. Period. One person did and has maintained a healthy lifestyle. The other 4, including the lapband did not change their eating habits and didn’t exercise and all have gained back weight weighing less than before but still not healthy.I can’t give you an opinion all I can do is suggest that you make a list of all your questions and speak to a few doctors and a few facilities to find out as much as you can about everything!!!Good luck!