Tuition and Financial Aid

FETC Students

Finding the Right Program for You at FETC

Fred W. Eberle Technical Center offers both full- and part-time programs to meet the needs of all students. Most high school students spend two years at FETC learning the ways of the workforce. Adult students typically spend one to two years in our programs.

Some adult classes are available in the evening, as well. All are classes with days and times are below. Please reach out to us if you have questions, by completing this form.

Financial Aid

The first step to getting Financial Aid is to create an account at and completing the FAFSA.

This can be a confusing task for some. If you would like more assistance please contact Mr. Murray @ (304) 472-1259 or complete this form with your questions.

Programs for Adult Students

Tuition-Based Programs for Adult Students


Daytime Offerings


Evening Offerings

Cosmetology $10,000

Monday - Friday: 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

Diesel Equipment Technology $2,250

Evening - Class times set by instructor

Practical Nursing $6,100

Monday - Friday: 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

Electrical Technician $3,000

Evening - Class times set by instructor

Truck Driving 10wk $4,000; 8wk $3,400

Monday - Friday: 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

Welding $2,800

Evening - Class times set by instructor

Secondary (High School) Programs

(adults may enroll when space permits)

Secondary Programs

(Only High School students may enroll)

All Daytime: Monday-Friday

(High School Students - 1st year AM; 2nd year PM)

All Daytime: Monday-Friday

(1st year AM; 2nd year PM)

  • Allied Health

  • Pre-Cosmetology

  • Automotive Technology

  • Diesel Equipment Technology

  • Carpentry

  • Electrical Technician

  • Collision Repair Technology

  • Welding

  • Computer Systems Repair Technology

  • HVAC Technician

  • Robotics

  • Therapeutic Services


Applying for Technical or Vocational Scholarships can help cover the cost of attendance.

Check to see the guidelines to see if any of these scholarship could work for you!

Students in the classroom

Career Training for Post-Secondary Students

Finding the right career immediately after high school is challenging and stressful. With the pressure of trying to find the best career path to take, Fred W. Eberle Technical Center offers technical programs to help you prepare for a future career. The need for tradesmen is constantly rising, and the programs at FETC are set to provide hands-on training and experience for our students.

If you are looking for an affordable and fulfilling education, visit FETC, or view our course catalog to find the right program for you. We accept students from Buckhannon, Elkins, Roanoke, and the surrounding North Central West Virginia areas.