Financial Aid

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If you are hoping to attend college but fear you will not be able to afford it, think again. The Chef’s Academy at Harrison College offers financial aid options, including student loans, grants and scholarships, to help you pay for tuition and other costs of attending school. The Bureau of Labor Statistics mentions that, if you earn a degree or credential higher than a high school diploma, your average weekly earnings likely will be higher than someone with only a high school diploma. 

If you want to obtain a degree and become successful in the culinary or pastry industries, our financial aid analysts will help you find a way. You just need to make the decision to start, and we will walk you through the process every step of the way.

For more complete information on scholarships, grants and loans, please view the Harrison College Catalog.

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The Chef’s Academy Financial Services Code of Conduct           

The Chef's Academy is committed to the highest standards of professional conduct. As such, we have developed a sound framework to guide financial aid professionals in their everyday administration of student financial aid.

  1. The Chef's Academy does not have any form of revenue-sharing arrangement with any lender.
  2. The Chef's Academy does not steer borrowers to any particular lender or delay any loan certifications based on the student's choice of lenders.
  3. The Chef's Academy bans the offer of funds for private loans to students in exchange for providing concessions or promises to the lender for a specific number of FSA loans, a specified loan volume or a preferred lender arrangement.
  4. The Chef's Academy will not accept any items from a lending institution in exchange for advantage sought by the lending institution.
  5. The Chef's Academy employees are prohibited from taking anything of more than nominal value from any lending institution. This includes a prohibition on trips for financial aid officers and other college officials paid by lenders.
  6. The Chef's Academy employees are prohibited from receiving anything of value for serving on the advisory board of any lending institution.
  7. The Chef's Academy will ensure that employees of lenders never identify themselves to students as employees of the colleges. No employee of a lender may ever work in or provide staffing assistance to The Chef's Academy in its financial aid office.
  8. The Chef's Academy's trademark or logo will not be used by a lender in their marketing information given to students.
  9. The Chef's Academy employees are not able to accept compensation for any type of consulting arrangement or contract to provide services to or on behalf of a lender relating to education loans.
  10. The Chef's Academy employees cannot accept compensation for service on an advisory board, commission or group established by lenders or guarantors, except for reimbursement for reasonable expenses.