Students and staff are encouraged to obtain information from healthcare providers, state health authorities and the CDC website.
Campus specific information can be found in the Alert Section of the https://cetweb.edu/safety/ page.
FAQs During COVID-19
Q: Is CET still open?
A: CET is open. Visitors and students to our campuses are required to wear a mask, stay home if they are not feeling well, and follow social distancing protocols.
Q: I am interested in attending CET. Is it safe and can I still enroll?
A: Yes, CET has open enrollment and you can start anytime, even now. You will want to contact your CET’s Admissions department to schedule a call and then an appointment. CET staff are following all guidelines and will guide you and answer health and safety protocol questions before you come in.
Q: If I decide to enroll, how will I get to communicate with my instructor(s)?
A: Before you start your class, we can arrange a one-on-one session where you can get to know your instructors. Once you enroll, you meet both online and in-person, contingent upon health and safety measures needed to be in place.
Q: I got laid off and am receiving unemployment benefits. My financial situation has changed. I applied for Financial Aid before all of this, so do I have to reapply?
A: If you applied and CET was a school you listed, contact your Financial Aid Officer for guidance based on your circumstances. If you were laid off and are receiving Unemployment Benefits, you may be eligible to receive benefits while in training. For other questions regarding financial aid read Top Questions About Financial Aid.
Q: I am a CET student and was informed I will be getting one-time aid from CET. How will I know if I am eligible?
**Eligibility revisions were made by the U.S Department of Education, published on May 11, 2021 and updated on May 24, 2021 under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III – American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
A: CET has received federal emergency funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to provide financial assistance to our students.
These one-time grant funds that do not need to be paid back can be used to help cover any direct educational expenses, such as books or computers, or other related costs, including housing, health care, food, or child care expenses during this pandemic.
The following criteria needs to be in place for students to receive this grant so long as the limited funds continue to be available:
- Student was enrolled and/or in attendance on March 13, 2020 and after;
- Student has attended beyond the 10-day cancellation period
**Students who were or are enrolled during the COVID-19 national emergency are eligible for emergency financial aid grants from the HEERF, regardless of whether they completed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or are eligible for Title IV. CET has been directed to prioritize students with exceptional need, such as students who received Pell grant or with extraordinary financial circumstances.
Students with exceptional need will receive a one-time grant for $1,675.
All other students will receive a one-time grant for $1,275.
Students do not have to take any action. Grant checks will be mailed to their address on record.
Students who received emergency funds for $800 or $400 in 2020 and first part of 2021, will receive a second check for $875. Students do not need to take any action. The grant check will be mailed to their address on record.
Funds will be disbursed in the form of grant checks until all funds are depleted.
CARES-HEERF Reports – click here
Updated Jan 4, 2022