BATC participates in a variety of financial aid options that assist students in covering the costs associated with enrollment in most of BATC’s certificate programs. Grants, scholarships, benefits for veterans, and other funding sources are available to those who qualify. Financial aid recipients are required to maintain standards of attendance, progress, and conduct. For more information students may contact a Student Success Advisor at (435) 753-6780.
Managing Your Money
BATC works closely with various government and private agencies who may sponsor adult students. Agencies include Department of Workforce Services and Utah State Office of Rehabilitation. Others may also be available. Questions regarding services rendered should be directed to the agency. A listing of community aid and other services is available at the Financial Aid Office.
BATC does not participate in, or endorse, any loan program. BATC does not encourage student participation in any loan program, and does not accept responsibility regarding any information, advertising, processing, certification, student tracking, repayments, etc., associated with any loan students may secure in regard to enrollment at BATC.
*Note: This is a summary; further information regarding financial aid programs and student eligibility is available in the Financial Aid Office.
BATC welcomes donations to be contributed toward the funding of scholarships available to our adult students enrolled in certificate programs. The following scholarships have been set up to accept donations; however, donations are not limited to those listed. If you would like to make a donation to an existing scholarship, or create and fund a new scholarship, please feel free to contact Jean Dunn, Financial Aid Coordinator, for details. Jean may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (435) 750-3204.
- Business Department Scholarship: This scholarship was created by the instructors of BATC’s Business department. As students compete with hundreds of other students for scarce financial resources and may be forced to leave their training early, this scholarship was created to enable more qualified business students the opportunity to complete their training. Recipients of this scholarship are those who find themselves in financial need threatening the continuation of their education, and are selected directly by department staff. Contributions to the Business Department Scholarship should be mailed to BATC to the attention of Kyle Saunders, Business Department Head. Any questions regarding this scholarship may be directed to Kyle at (435) 750-3212 or (435) 750-3190.
- The David Wayne Memorial Scholarship: Established by the family of David Wayne Warner in honor of their father, recognizes students enrolled in BATC's Cabinetmaking & Millwork program. David always had a great love of wood working and for many years he was able to support his growing family as a millwright. He enjoyed “tinkering” in his wood shop. It was a way for him to relax, think, and of course, create. As a youth in junior high, he started learning how to turn lamps. This was something he would return to as he aged. When he retired, there was a need to have a hobby that would keep him busy. In his early 80s, he began turning lamps again and sharing many with family, neighbors, and friends. He used his gift of creating to bring joy to others as well as better his own circumstance. It would please him very much to feel that, in some small way, he helped better the life of another. We hope that through you, this scholarship may continue, and that David’s love of woodworking will continue. Contributions may be made by calling BATC Student Services at (435) 750-6780 and should be identified specifically to go towards the David Wayne Warner Memorial Scholarship. Any questions may be directed to Jean Dunn in BATC’s Financial Aid Office at (435) 750-3204.
- Foundation Scholarship: The Foundation Scholarship was developed by the Foundation Board and is periodically offered for students enrolled/enrolling in a BATC preparatory program. For more information on this scholarship and others, call (435) 750-3204 or (435) 750-3114. To donate to the Foundation Scholarship, visit www.batcf.org.
- Tanya Kay Weber Memorial Nursing Scholarship: Tanya Kay Weber was a spirited and beautiful Logan High School student who had just finished her junior year. In June of 1965 her life was taken from her when she was killed in Logan. She was bright, talented, and had a love for life, friends, and family. Tanya’s dream of someday becoming a nurse died with her. The Tanya Kay Weber Memorial Nursing Scholarship was created with the hope that by reviving Tanya’s dream another may fulfill theirs.
This scholarship was provided by Rhonda Weber Christensen and Randy Christensen in the fall of 2013 with the hope that it continue for future nursing students. Recipients are invited to give back and others are invited to contribute to this scholarship at any time. Contributions may be made at BATC Student Services and should be identified specifically to go towards the Tanya Kay Weber Memorial Nursing Scholarship. Contact Jean Dunn at (435) 750-3204 for more information.