Community Care College (CCC) was founded in 1995 as Dental Directions: The School of Dental Assisting, but over time grew to include other career-oriented programs to better serve the area. Today, the school provides professional and technical training in healthcare, education, and business administration, along with stressing the importance of academic excellence and community involvement, and encourages all of its students to take responsibility for achievement in both of these areas.
The school has become very involved in serving the local community, and students are highly encouraged to volunteer their time to helping out with several school sponsored projects with local organizations. Students can partner with organizations like the American Red Cross, Domestic Violence Intervention, and several other local and national charities including food banks, homeless shelters, and animal rescue services making this a truly unique college experience.
Academic programs are offered in the following areas:
Day and evening classes are available and there are degrees offered that are earned completely online.
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The school has an open admissions policy and applying is easy. All one has to do is apply online and the school will contact you about finalizing enrollment and will schedule a meeting to go over course options and financial aid. At this time, you can also schedule a campus tour to get a feel of what the school is like and to see students actively engaged in classroom study, while figuring out where your classes will be held.
Before applying for any loans that need to be paid back, be sure to check into the impressive list of scholarships the school offers its students. There could be something there that applies to your circumstances and these do not to be paid back:
- High School Graduation Scholarship
- GED Recipient Scholarship
- Job Loss Scholarship
- Yellow Ribbon Program
- Imagine America
- Alumni Scholarship
- Military Spouse Scholarship
- 55 and Over Scholarship
- Special Needs Scholarship
In addition the school offers a Paid in Full Discount, Veteran Discount, and a Partners in Education program, which will greatly help reduce the cost of tuition.
Finally, in addition to the traditional Federal Student Aid that any student can apply for, the state offers Vocational Rehab, Workforce Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Promise program.
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The Career Services department works closely with students and employers to help students find jobs. The school operates an Externship program, in which students receive real-world, paid experience in jobs related to their field of study. Additionally, lifetime career assistance is provided to all graduates, including help with resumes, cover letters, interviews, and more.
Accreditation is provided by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Furthermore, the Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools and the Surgical Technology program has received its accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
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