As a potential student, you face choices in your everyday life that are difficult to make. Questions come up, such as “What is the best college for me?” and “Which program should I choose?” At American Career College, we would like to help you navigate these questions. American Career College focuses solely on preparing you, with extensive hands-on training, for an allied health care career after college. Unlike many traditional programs, you can complete a program at American Career College’s three convenient locations in Los Angeles, Orange County, and Ontario, California in as little as ten months.
At ACC, our programs are designed to be a pathway to your success after college. Depending on your program, our training and instructors have a wide variety of methods to teach you the material you need to know. We strive to assist all of our students in succeeding in their academic endeavors. Our Student Services Department is dedicated to its students and is there to help you every step of the way. Our programs start frequently and we have a simplified enrollment process, so qualifying students can start as soon as possible. Each of our programs works with your schedule; if you are concerned about balancing your life and work, don’t worry! ACC will work with you to register for classes and construct your schedule so you can complete on time.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify, and new students can participate in the ACC Advantage, a 30-day trial that allows you to experience ACC’s classes, facilities, and programs first hand at no tuition cost. If you have attended another school and are interested in transferring to ACC, then you may be able to transfer credits from your current college program. And if you have not completed high school or taken your GED, ACC is there to help! ACC offers a no-cost GED Preparation Program to those who qualify, and you could be eligible to receive a scholarship to attend one of ACC’s diploma programs after you have completed the program and passed the exam. You are not required to attend ACC if you attend the GED program.
If you are wondering about ACC’s accreditation, then don’t look any further! American Career College carries various forms of accreditation, both institutional and programmatic. We are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau for Health Education Schools (ABHES), which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. If you are worried about a particular program’s accreditation, state approval, or career-specific licensure requirements, ask your Admissions Advisor and they can help guide you to the information you’ll need for your future career, or check out our Academic Catalog at http://americancareercollege.edu/pdf/catalog.pdf.
American Career College also has competitive graduation/completion rates. To view our “Student Right to Know” completion rates, visit the National Center for Educational Statistic College Navigator website; you can find our page by clicking here. We encourage you to use this tool, created by the U.S. Department of Education, to compare all your potential college choices.
American Career College’s Career Services Department is dedicated to assisting ACC’s graduates in finding employment in their field. Though we cannot guarantee employment, Career Services uses many tools to connect with possible employers and holds workshops for students so that you have the best chance at getting hired. They will help you with your employer connections, résumé, interview tactics, and more.
Our student life is very colorful, and our Student Services Department holds many events such as Student Appreciation Days and Perfect Attendance Rallies,* which are filled with food, fun, and activities. Our Admissions holds an Open House that showcases ACC; there, you can check out American Career College’s facilities and get helpful information on upcoming sessions. ACC’s facilities offer a dynamic learning environment with advanced labs and collaborative classrooms. You can view our photos below to learn more about our Open House event. Our next Open Houses are at our LA, OC, and Ontario Campuses and will be held on August 23, 2012 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
At American Career College, we are constantly changing to create an innovative learning environment for our students. We suggest you do your research: shop around, compare schools, visit the local community college – we want you to make sure that American Career College is the choice for you. Please contact an Admissions Advisor with any questions at 877-674-6152.
*Events may vary by campus.