range in size from 10 to 25 students; a typical class consists
of 15 to 20 students. Tutorial periods conveniently arranged in either morning, afternoon or evening hours to assist students who are struggling with their lessons.
AND FACULTY: Faculty
and administrative staff dedicated to providing excellent training
& personal attention with job placement assistance for all
graduates. An active Faculty Development Plan affords continual educational units (CEU's) each year to our staff and faculty in order to not remain complacent; to always reach for improvement and the supply of new teaching techniques from both internal and external sources.
TUITION: Programs fairly priced - where quality is a goal. Advisory
Board meetings arranged with local employers reviewing our programs, curriculum, and placement services at least twice a year.
AID: Both a Federal
Pell Grant Program and Federal Direct Loan Program
is available for those who qualify.
DIRECT LOAN REPAYMENT ASSISTANCE: Consultant
available with up-to-date information to assist students and
graduates in the repayment process of both Federal Family Education
Loans & Federal Direct loans.
TRAINING: Comprehensive courses, additional time available, up to 150%, to practice or study
past the original end date in order to complete either day or evening classes.
Since 1970 the college has not charged extra for this special service.
one roof, air conditioned or heated for year round use, to provide comfort & flexibility for classes and close proximity/availability
of administrative offices; classroom equipment comparable to
business and professional establishments.