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Scholarships available to those who qualify. Candidates need to refer to the scholarship information page to determine topic of essay (where applicable) and must meet all regular admissions requirements and be scheduled to start training prior to applying for a scholarship. If a student changes his/her re-enter date, the scholarship award may be forfeited. Scholarships are not transferable and most scholarships cannot be used in conjunction with any other scholarship TWS offers. In most cases, only one award will be given per student. If a student is eligible for multiple scholarships, the scholarship that is most beneficial to the student will be awarded. Scholarships will be distributed incrementally over the 2nd half of the program. Scholarship eligibility requires continuous enrollment. Failure to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress may result in the probation and possible loss of scholarship. Termination from training may also result in the loss of a scholarship, which may increase your tuition obligation to TWS. Tuition charges will be based on the amount reflected on your Enrollment Agreement. See the reverse side of your Enrollment Agreement or the School Catalog for the school’s refund policy.
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Accredited School, ACCSC. TWS-Jacksonville located at 1750 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32216 is recognized by ACCSC as a satellite location of TWS-Jacksonville located at 3500 Southside Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32216, which is a branch campus of Tulsa Welding School, located at 2545 E. 11th St., Tulsa, OK 74104. Licensed by the Florida Commission for Independent Education, License No. 2331,
and by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, License No. C-668. Licensure indicates only that minimum standards have been met; it is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality.
Licensure is not equivalent to or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. This institution is regulated by: Indiana Department of Workforce Development,
Office for Career and Technical Schools, 10 N. Senate Ave, Suite SE 308, Indianapolis, IN 46204; OCTS@dwd.in.gov; 317-234-8338 or 317-232-1732; http://www.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who complete our programs, and other important information, please visit our website at:
1 According to 2015 IPEDS data TWS has the largest total combined enrollment of students for all post-secondary schools in the U.S. with the designated largest program of CIP Code Welding Technology/Welder.
2 According to BLS data as of March 30, 2018 Construction Laborers(472061) annual mean wage is $30,140 vs. Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers(514121) at $42,030 for the Jacksonville area http://data.bls.gov/oes. Average starting salary for Professional Welder is $32,890 for TWS graduates employed during the 12 month period of 7/1/16-6/30/17.
3 For students who started and completed their training during the 12-month period for which 150% of normal time for completion has elapsed and who attained employment in their field of study as outlined on our annual accreditation report dated 7/1/17. Employment rates were calculated using the ACCSC Standards of Accreditation
4 Available scholarship amounts are estimated for the period of 1/1/18 through 12/31/18 for the Tulsa, Jacksonville & Houston campuses combined.