Grand Junction, CO (PRWEB) May 4, 2010
PETAP.org works with various retailers, campus based schools and colleges, and universities, as well as academic resource partners and online schools and colleges to help provide students with the education related assistance they need to receive a higher education. PETAP.org partnerships are available to help students obtain the financial assistance needed for post-secondary education by supplying loans to students who receive credit approval through their organization. By becoming a PETAP.org partner, local for profit and non profit businesses, schools, and academic resource partners can help to provide community support for higher education.
Student education services are available on PETAP.org to provide students with information regarding campus based and online schools, tuition assistance, and accreditation information for higher education. PETAP.org provides students with information regarding how to create an education plan, find the right school, and choose the career program that will help to meet their academic goals. PETAP.org also offers educational articles, academic and career assessment counseling and testing, and other resources that focus on every aspect of receiving a higher education.
PETAP.org also focuses on providing information regarding financial educational resources, which are available to assist students in financing their post-secondary education. PETAP.org lists various tuition assistance programs available through retailers, grants, and other lenders by means of small and large lines of credit. Post secondary educational tuition assistance program information is available on PETAP.org for graduate and undergraduate studies, school related supplies, continuing education programs, and other higher education related costs.
For more information about schools and PETAP.org Community Partnerships visit http://www.PETAP.org
The Partners in Education and Tuition Assistance Program website offers complimentary no obligation information about higher education programs, as well as information to students who need financial and academic resources.