Established in 1982, Anthem College – Phoenix is part of a network of schools and colleges under The Anthem Education Group. This is a career-focused institute that blends coursework with real-world experience. To better serve the students, the college offers flexible scheduling with daytime classes and evening courses plus online classes. The facilities contain small classrooms, built for a maximum of 35 students, which guarantees a small teacher to student ratio.
The Phoenix campus offers diplomas or associate degrees in:
Computer and Network Technician
Health Services Administration
Medical Assistant Technician
Medical Front Office and Billing
Patient Care Technician
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Students must follow several steps to be admitted to Anthem College and must have a high school diploma or GED. Prospective students must set up an interview with an Admissions representative and submit a completed application packet. The packet must include an admissions application, proof of a high school diploma or GED, an enrollment agreement, and a registration fee.
The college offers a variety of financial aid options for eligible students, including federal grants, federal loans, or The Institutional Loan Program (ILP). All students interested in receiving financial aid must be enrolled for classes.
The federal grants students may receive are Pell Grants or Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG). All grants do not need to be repaid. Qualified students usually receive anywhere between $400 to $4,731 per year for Pell Grants; and anywhere from $250 to $2,000 per year for FSEOG.
Federal Loans to qualifying students are also offered. The three types of Federal Loans are Subsidized Stafford Loans, Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, and Federal PLUS Loans.
The Institutional Loan Program is for students attending a High-Tech Institute school and can be used as a supplement to or as an alternative to federal financial aid.The school’s website provides a detailed explanation of all financial aid options available.
The campus has a Career Services department that helps students with career preparation. In addition, Student Services assists students with finding part-time or full-time employment while going to school.
This is a commuter school with no student housing, but students who drive to class are offered free parking. The campus is close to retail shopping and personal housing, along with public transportation options.
There are also a variety of social activities for students to participate in such as picnics, contests, sports, and other social events.
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The Phoenix campus is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges & Schools (ACICS). In addition, the Veterinary Medical Association accredits the Veterinary Technology program.
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