Tuition Options

How Will I Pay for Training?

When compared to all types of education, truck driver training has one of the highest and fastest rates of return on investment! For a very affordable investment, new truck drivers can begin earning $40,000 to $50,000 in just their first year on the job!

Michigan Works Approved

You may qualify for a one-time government grant to help you pay for a portion or the entire tuition amount for training. You would not be required to pay back the grant. If you qualify, the approval process usually takes a few weeks to complete. Each county has a different processing time, and some Michigan counties may not have funding available. Give us a call so we can direct you to the proper program!

Veteran Benefits

See our list of supported VA programs on our Veterans page.


  • TARFF: Michigan Rural Rehabilitation Corp. offers a student loan to people that live in rural communities with populations of 15,000 or less.
  • Bank or Credit Union: Please feel free to check with your personal bank or credit union and obtain the funding on your own.
  • Consumers Credit Union:  If you do not have a credit card, this is a potential lower interest rate option!  Rates may vary.*
  • West Michigan CDL Financing: If you don’t have a particular bank you want to work with, call us for information on how to apply*.

Tuition Reimbursement

Most of the OTR companies we work with offer Tuition Reimbursement. Pay for your tuition up front and the company you work for may reimburse you in monthly installments.

*West Michigan CDL will supply all the details of these financing packages, including interest rates and complete costs upon request or when you apply.

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