MSU Farrier School
16 week program offered in Fall And Spring
8 hours daily, 5 days a week (approximately 650 total hours)
12 student maximum enrollment
$6,000 includes tuition, supplies, horseshoes, nails, textbooks and use of school forges and anvils
does not include tools or housing – see below
$1,200 deposit required with application
$4,800 balance due 30 days before course starts
Applications can be found via the link above or by contacting the MSU Farrier School. The completed application is sent with a deposit of $1,200.00. The balance of the fee ($4,800.00) is due 30 days before classes start. Request for a deposit refund or transfer must be made 60 days prior to the start of the school. If approved, $1,000.00 will be refunded and $200.00 will be kept as an administrative charge. Tuition balance will be refunded only if the student cannot attend school for unavoidable reasons. The student will have the option of attending a later class.
Students are required to furnish their own hand tools and apron. A complete set of hand tools for the course will cost approximately $1,200.00. Students may purchase tools on the first day of class from Montana Farrier Supply and are encouraged to do so.
Housing is the responsibility of each student. A list of possible options is available by contacting the farrier school at 406-994-3722 or Susan Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants who need financial assistance should contact the following offices for eligibility:
Veterans Office (GI Bill®)
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Local Job Service
Rural Employment & Opportunity (REO) for MT residents contact 1-800-546-1140 or www.reomontana.org.
This school is not certified for Guaranteed Student Loans (GSL, the Pell Grant or similar types of federal student loans) due to its non-credit status.
For more information
To receive applications and additional information about the MSU Farrier School please contact Susan Cooper.
MSU Farrier School
P.O. Box 172900
103 Animal Bioscience Building
Bozeman, MT 59717-2900
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