About Provo College
Provo College is one of the best institutes in Utah that provides quality education to its students. It offers a wide range of courses to students in the field of Business, Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Health & Wellness, Paralegal Studies, and Visual Media and Graphic Design. All these courses are developed with the intelligence and assistance of industry professionals, who help in recruiting the college’s graduates as well as in developing its curriculum.
At Provo College, students get hands-on learning and theory knowledge in the class, which provides them with the skills required in their respective job field. With this, the requirement for on-the-job training is reduced. Provo College offers accelerated and flexible programs with flexible timings, so that students can take them according to their schedule. It provides both on campus as well as online courses, so that people who are doing jobs can also study side by side.
1450 West 820 North
Provo, Utah 84601
Provo College is certified by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), which is listed by the United States Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency. Additionally, its certification of degree-granting institutions is acknowledged by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
Getting into Provo College is very easy. You just have to follow the below mentioned steps and you can take admission into this institute. Follow this step-by-step procedure of the enrollment process, so that you can feel confident, ready, and comfortable to start your first day at Provo College.
• Take an interview with an Admissions Representative of Provo College. In this personalized Career Planning Session, the Admissions Representative will get to know about your goals and interests in order to assist you with your career planning.
• Fill out the Admission Form of Provo College in your interested field of study and submit it, so that it can be received and processed immediately.
Financial Aid to Those Who Quality
Provo College offers a wide assortment of financial assistance programs to its students in order to help them support their studies. The different types of Federal Student Aid programs that Provo College provides to its students are:
• Federal Pell Grant Program
• Federal Work Study
• Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant
• Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
• Federal Subsidized Stafford Loans
• Federal Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students
• Veterans Administration Benefits
• Military Grants
Besides these, Provo College also offers scholarships (College Merit Scholarship and Outside Scholarships), other loan programs (Career Loans from Mountain America Credit Union and Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan and term-based and supplemental Institutional Loans), and tuition reimbursement (for employees, children, and spouses of employees).
Provo College offers career services to its students. It provides information about the specific companies and job market and how to effectively write a cover letter and resume. The career services of Provo College also prepares you for interviews through its mock interviews, so that you can gain experience in answering questions that are asked in a real interview. Although, the college does not guarantee job placements, it offers externship opportunities at top-quality firms. Additionally, students can access the resources and tools in order to be successful in their respective career fields.
In this course, you will learn the necessary skills to assist physicians and patients in an actual medical setting, such as conducting lab work, taking vital signs, suturing wounds, interpreting the results, and applying dressings. The program is offered in two options:
(i) Associate in Medical Assisting
(ii) Medical Assisting- Diploma
This course trains students to become Registered Nurses. After completing this course, students can work in medical offices, hospitals, nursing homes, ambulatory care sites, home health, and other health care settings. The Nursing program is offered in two choices:
(i) Nursing - RN to BSN
(ii) Nursing - Bachelor of Science
Physical Therapist Assistant
Physical Therapist Assistants help people rehabilitate from disorders, disabilities, and injuries. They provide skilled interventions to customers of all ages with neurological, pain, movement, and musculoskeletal disorders. They help in restoring and maintaining the functioning of their patients in order to make them wholly participate in activities of everyday life. Upon completion of this program, graduates can get employed in fitness centers, school systems, long-term care facilities, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and home care agencies. The Physical Therapist Assistant program is offered in two variations:
(i) Bachelors in Physical Therapist Assistant
(ii) Associate in Physical Therapist Assistant
Provo College is institutionally accredited by The Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). ABHES is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally-recognized accrediting agency under the provision of Chapter 33, Title 38 of the U.S. Code and subsequent legislation. ABHES provides Provo College accreditation for the delivery of diploma, Associate of Science Degree and Baccalaureate level degree programs.
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Nationally accredited by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) Programmatically accredited by the commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
Provo campus only programmatically accredited by Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)