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Why U.S. Colleges

Why U.S. Colleges

SHORT PROGRAMS: BECOME A SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL IN THE SHORTEST TIME POSSIBLE

U.S. Colleges programs are designed for individuals interested in gaining the necessary skills to get ahead in a professional career. Our programs are focused and custom-tailored to make you career-ready in the shortest time possible. You’ll feel successful when you’re working a professional career, and earning well, in just 8-16 weeks!

FLEXIBLE CLASS SCHEDULES: CHOOSE THE PROGRAM THAT WORKS BEST FOR YOU

At U.S. Colleges we know that being able to juggle your day-to-day responsibilities will help you to become a successful student, so we provide morning, afternoon and evening classes for most of our courses.

OUTSTANDING CAREER PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE

Transitioning from being a student to becoming a working professional requires more than just a good education, which is why U.S. Colleges offer “Career Placement Assistance.” Our dedicated Job Placement professionals will work with you on your resume and job-searching materials, assist you in finding job leads, and help you set up and prepare for interviews. Our success is a working graduate – You!

FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

It’s important to us that you’re able to focus on your training and career goals without the added burden of financial worries. U.S. Colleges offers lending options through an independent student loan company for all programs. In order to qualify for a student loan, the student must apply with the student loan company, additional information will be provided by your admissions advisor.

INDUSTRY CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS

You’ll make a smooth transition from school to employment when you receive training from our certified, experienced instructors. Our instructors know what it’s like to work in the industry – because they do. You’ll benefit from your instructors’ first-hand experience and get the skills you need to be relevant in today’s market.

PLENTY OF PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON TRAINING

Whatever program you ultimately choose, you’ll adapt quickly from study to practical application in your new career after your hands-on learning in labs, Internships, and Externships. You’ll be confident entering your new career knowing you have the practical skills and experience you need.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

U.S. Colleges is dedicated to the education and furtherance of an individual’s career goals. The school strongly holds a foundation belief to provide equal opportunity regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sex, or disability.

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

At U.S. Colleges we offer 5 convenient locations so you can choose the campus that works best for you.

OVER 20+ YEARS IN THE INDUSTRY

U.S. Colleges has been preparing individuals for new, professional careers since 1996. Employers will recognize and trust the U.S. Colleges name on your resume.

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