All tuition, fees and textbook costs are the responsibility of the MOPAR CAP student. The two-year program costs are on the
Program Information Brief.
In addition to the tuition, fees and textbook costs, students are also responsible for a prescribed basic hand tool set.
All financial assistance available to DMACC students is administered by the Ankeny Campus Financial Aid Office. Students may receive assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and/or part-time employment, depending on eligibility.
How to apply
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at any DMACC campus and from all high school guidance counselors.
When to apply
Apply for financial aid as soon as you can, it can take several months for these applications to be processed. It is necessary to reapply each year.
For additional information, contact the DMACC Financial Aid Office at 515-964-6283 or
visit the Financial Aid site.
DMACC does not provide housing. Housing is available on campus next to the MOPAR CAP program building through an independent rental company. There is also off campus housing through various sources. For more information on housing opportunities contact the Housing Office at 515-964-6200.