Everest Institute-Dearborn


Located in Dearborn, Michigan, Everest Institute – Dearborn is one of the 100 campuses that make up the Everest network of schools. It is a private, for-profit institution that awards certificates in various healthcare-related fields.

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Admission Success rate N/A
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty N/A
Retention (full-time / part-time) 57% / N/A
Enrollment Total (all students) 666


The most popular areas of study are Medical Administrative Assisting, Dental Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Assisting, and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding. Programs focus on hands-on training and the development of the practical skills needed to embark on a successful career path after graduation. In addition to hands-on training, an educational experience here includes small work groups, flexible schedules, career placement services, and practical advice from qualified instructors with real-world experience as working professionals in the fields they teach. Curricula are designed with the needs of students’ potential employers in mind.

The academic year operates on a continuous calendar system, and programs take less than two years of study to complete.


The admissions department accepts roughly 60% of applicants in a normal year. Prospective students must complete a series of tests in order to be admitted.

Financial Aid

The Institute values the accessibility of its programs. Financial aid is available for those students who qualify. Students who are worried about how they are going to pay for their education should meet with one of the school’s finance planners to learn about the various financing options available to them.

A good number of students receive financial aid of some kind to assist them in completing their education. Depending on the students’ individual needs, this financial aid can be used to cover a range of school-related costs. Included in these are tuition, books and other school supplies, as well as basic living expenses.

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The student body is made up of approximately 1,000 students. The female to male ratio is quite high – over 85% of students are female. Just under half of the student body self-identifies as Black Non-Hispanic, and most of the other half are White Non-Hispanic.

Everest Institute welcomes students of all ages. And the school’s flexibility and convenience caters to students of all different types. The student body is made up of recent high school graduates and working adults who are in the process of changing career paths, as well as adults who are looking to gain the tools needed to advance in the career they are already in.

The campus is made up of computer labs, lecture rooms, a resource center, and a student lounge. Student services include academic and career counseling, cost-defraying employment, career placement, and a library facility.

Student Enrollment Demographics

Local Community

The campus is located on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Outer Drive, in Dearborn’s Village Plaza.

Located in the Detroit metropolitan area and Wayne County, the city of Dearborn has a population of just fewer than 100,000 residents, making it the tenth largest city in Michigan. The city is quite culturally diverse for its size. The area of East Dearborn is known for the large range of different cultural groups, including a sizeable Armenian-American community and large Arab population, all of which live amongst each other there and intermix.

The World Headquarters of the Ford Motor Company are located in Dearborn and generate a large portion of the local economy. Another one of the biggest employers in Dearborn is Oakwood Healthcare System, where graduates can put their skills and training to good use.

Other local schools include a campus of the University of Michigan (University of Michigan – Dearborn) and Henry Ford Community College.

If students want to get away for the weekend, they can take advantage of the Amtrak services that run through Dearborn. These services provide relatively easy access to Midwest destinations like Pontiac and Detroit, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois.

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