Griffin’s CDL Institute admissions process is simple. You can complete your enrollment in just a few minutes. Contact us today to discuss your credentials and how a commercial driving career can serve you. Our admission team will interview you in the office or by phone. However, we strongly recommend that you visit the office and training site.
Applicant must meet the following criteria:
Persons interested in enrolling must meet the admission requirements, must visit the campus and complete an, “Interview Questionnaire” and/or “Enrollment Application”. All potential students must be interviewed by an Admission Representative or the Campus Director. The applicant is interviewed to determine if he/she has the required qualifications, as established by the Federal Motor Carrier Administration, Department of Transportation, and the trucking industry, to become an Entry-Level Truck Driver. The interviewer will explain the course and the enrollment process. The applicant will be given a copy of the school catalog and any questions from the applicant will be addressed. If accepted, the applicant will be notified verbally and/or in writing via certified mail. An “Enrollment Agreement” will be completed and a copy given to the applicant. The Admissions Representative or Campus Director will instruct student when to report to class. You may cancel this transaction, without any penalty or obligation, within three business days from the date on the signed agreement (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays are not business days).
Griffin’s CDL Institute is not a participant of the Federal Financial Aid Program, Title IV; nor does this institution provide loans to students. In an effort to provide our students with options regarding the cost of tuition, Griffin’s CDL Institute has established relationships with a variety of sources for student tuition assistance. The following is a list of agencies that we work with:
Griffin’s CDL Institute has established relationship with multiple institutions, which provides funding under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, (WIOA). The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a United States public law that replaced the previous Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) as the primary federal workforce development legislation to bring about increased coordination among federal workforce development and related programs.
Griffin’s CDL Institute has established relationships with lending institutions as well as potential employers who offer loans, bonuses, and/or tuition reimbursement.