Your Path To Succcess

Career Welding & Fabrication


What is the cost of the program?

Program Cost

The cost of tuition is $10,450. That includes everything (ie: gear, equipment use, consumables, materials, testing, instruction, etc. There may be small incidental costs incurred during the program like new gloves. If you are accepted, you will pay a $500 non-refundable deposit that will be put toward your total tuition cost.

Our admissions team can discuss payment options with you at the Personal Interview.

What options are available for finance?


Bank loans or a student loan from a lending company such as Sallie Mae are available options for finance if you are accepted into the program. Click here for more information. Student loans are NOT based on financial need. Student loan approval is generally based on your credit score/history, and ability to repay the loan.

Because this is a college certificate program, traditional forms of financial aid such as PELL and TAP are not available.

Tuition Assistance

Scholarships / GRANTS

There are a variety of tuition assistance options that may be available this program. They are not guaranteed and may change periodically. They include but are not limited to:


Ted Krupnicki Welding Warrior

Krupnicki/Miller Electric

AWS Welding Workforce

AWS District 6 Scholarships

Parker Family

and others


Monroe County


Rochester Works

and others

These opportunities will be discussed at your Personal Interview.

Attending a technical school to become a welder is an investment that pays off quicker than pursuing a four-year degree