All applicants meet with our Director for an interview prior to admission. She will give you an outline of the course, a tour of the facilities, and answer any questions you may have about your course. Merit Training Institute accepts students regardless of race, creed, sex, color, religion, national origin or physical limitation. Please call us at 609.386.6400 x102 to find out more about our courses and the admissions process.
For more information on how to finance your program, please click here.
Because the credentialing exams for our programs require a high school diploma or GED, Merit also requires these for admissions. A strong desire to learn and a commitment to succeed in a training program are also required.
One-Stop Career Centers often provide individual training grants to dislocated and displaced workers. While in training you can still collect your unemployment insurance and may be eligible for additional benefits while continuing your education. We also work with many government agencies, including Unemployment, DVR, Welfare, FS/GA, Ticket-To-Work, Trade Act, TANF, Social Security, Food Stamps, General Assistance, the Veteran's Department and others that provide free training to qualified individuals. For information on these programs, click here. In addition, Merit Training Institute also accepts scholarships given by many companies and faith-based organizations.
We also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Debit Cards, Certified Check or Money Order for tuition payments.