CollegeAmerica - Phoenix is a private college located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 512 undergraduate students. The CollegeAmerica - Phoenix acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Computer Science, and Business. Graduating 41% of students, CollegeAmerica - Phoenix alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,500.
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CollegeAmerica - Phoenix Reviews
College America Is a good college to start at. Ive finally had the courage to apply at college america. At this point I have a few options on helping my situation by calling my instructor, and letting him or her know my circumstances and then use strategies and backup options available to me. To conclude, my time management skills, motivation and organization and preparation guides and molds me to maintain being a successful college student. Your statement reminded me that everyone has an opportunity to better themselves.
I love CollegeAmerica Phoenix because the staff there is very dedicated to the success of their students. The Assistant Dean is not only the Assistant Dean, but she is also an instructor. I have never encountered a more dedicated staff and faculty and I have attended College before. There is always someone ready, willing, and able to give up even their own personal time to help you there if necessary. There isn't anything I would change.
My school offers a wonderful medical program that allows you to earn seven different certifications as well as an associates degree. When you are close to the end of your program you are able to do an externship which could become an actual job. If you are looking for employment while in school, they are able to help you there as well. They have tons of connections in the work field .