Pima Medical - South Denver is a for-profit college located in Aurora, Colorado in the Denver Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 230 undergraduate students. The Pima Medical - South Denver acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Veterinary Technician and Assistant, and Dental Assisting. Pima Medical - South Denver graduates 84% of its students.
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I am a freshman at PIMA Medical Institute at the South Denver campus and I am starting off the school year loving it! I am currently a certified veterinary assistant wanting to pursue the veterinary technician field, to enhance my work skills at my current job. I have looked for different colleges that offer the major and it seems like other campuses don't have what was looking for, for example: a school that works with my work schedule, reasonable tuition price, commute from home to work to school, and their academics. Finally, this year I came across PIMA and I love how small the campus is, very strict with their polices which is great because I know they take the medical field very seriously, works with me schedule and by far the nicest and helpful instructors. I knew from stepping into the institute that I can see my accomplishments being reached in any medical field!