All applicants are required to be at least seventeen years old and meet all other admission requirements. To see if you meet all other admission requirements, please contact us today at 877-411-WELD or Admissions@thefabschool.com.
Yes, The Fab School is approved to offer qualified students federal loans, Title IV grants, private loans, and military benefits. Financial aid includes grants (free money you do not have to pay back) or loans (money that you have to pay back). To see if you qualify for financial aid, please contact our financial aid department at 1-877-411-WELD or email them at FinancialAid@thefabschool.com.
Applicants must supply one of the following documents:
• High school diploma recognized by the student’s state
• State-issued GED; or
• Successful completion of home schooling officially recognized by the state of residence or an approved online high school diploma.
To get started, contact us today at 877-411-WELD or Admissions@thefabschool.com.
Yes, The Fab School offers a night schedule. To check our upcoming schedule and availability give us a call 1-877-411-WELD or email email@example.com and we can fill you in on when our next night program begins.
The best way to get started is to first contact our admissions department – 1-877-411-WELD. We are here to help you every step of the way. From there we can get you scheduled to come in and take a tour of our facility and make sure we are the right fit for you.
Our Fundamentals of Fabrication program is 600 clock hours. With our day schedule students can graduate in as little as six months, our night schedule takes about nine months.
For the most accurate information, The Fab School recommends that prospective students visit the links below to determine the pay range for their selected occupation and industry desired. Please note that each graduate’s compensation will vary greatly depending on his or her strengths, weaknesses, employment history, job location, job title, industry, and demand.
The Fab School does not issue the Form I-20, Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (M-1) Student Status-For Vocational Students. An interested international applicant must submit proof they are legally in the United States and eligible to remain during their enrollment period, prior to enrollment. An international student is required to pay their tuition in full prior to their program start date. Acceptable documentation of English proficiency includes graduation from a high school that teaches all non-foreign language courses in English, or an acceptable score on the TOEFL Exam.