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American Career College

 

American Career College

 

For over 35 years American Career College has been changing the lives of thousands of men and women. They have 5 campus locations in southern California that offer both degree and diploma based healthcare program.


American Career College is committed to becoming the preeminent provider of health care education in each market we serve by redefining the role of career colleges through our service learning based curriculum, exceptional outcomes, lifelong learning opportunities and community centered philanthropic endeavors.

 

Campus Locations in California:

 

1200 North Magnolia Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92801

 

3130 East Sedona Court
Ontario, CA 91764

 

3680 E. Imperial Highway, 5th Floor
Lynwood, CA 90262

 

4021 Rosewood Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004

 

236 E. 3rd St.
Long Beach, CA 90802

 

Website: www.americancareercollege.edu


The staff at ACC is committed to help you reach all of your educational goals. They will work with you after graduation to offer employment assistance including working with you on your resume, interviewing techniques and other job assistance help.


Going to school is a big deal. For some this might be your first time going where others might be changing careers later in life. American Career College can help you with your educational goals. They offer convenient campus locations. We recommend meeting with an admissions advisor so you can go over your career goals with them and choose the best possible program. This also will give you time to visit the campus as well as go over all of your financial aid options.


Upon graduation students will get assistance from the Career Services department at American Career College. They will help you with your interviewing skills, job leads, help with completing job applications, networking and time management skills.


Once you have had a chance to talk to an admissions advisor you’ll need to fill out an admissions form so they can verify your information as well as your high school or GED equivalency. You’ll then take a standard Winderlick SLE entrance exam. Tuition costs vary by program so make sure to go over everything with your admissions advisor prior to enrolling.


Financial aid is available for those who qualify. The financial aid department at ACC can show you all of the options available to see what you can qualify for. This could include federal and state grants as well as loans. You’ll need to fill out a FAFSA application to see what you qualify for which can be found at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You might also want to apply for the Cal Grant Program or other private lending options are available.