Stautzenberger College was established in 1926 in Toledo, Ohio when William Stautzenberger determined a need for providing education at an economical cost to local residents. He started providing programs that would help students get into their professional market quickly by empowering them with required skills. Over the next 50 years, the college curriculum was changed multiple times as college leadership kept changing but Stautzenberger College now offers programs in the following areas:
Stautzenberger College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools as a diploma and certificate granting institution of learning. There are two more campuses in Brecksville, Ohio and Allen Park, Michigan.
The college is an approved Microsoft IT Academy and offers certification testing for Adobe, Cisco, Linux, and Project+.
Online courses are available for full time college students in psychology and sociology. Distance learning programs are also available in the same subjects; however, students enrolled in distance learning programs are required to purchase course textbooks. Since course offerings change every semester, interested students should check Stautzenberger College’s distance learning webpage for more information.
Full-time programs are available as associate’s degree or diploma programs. Associate degrees help students in transferring to bachelor programs in other regional colleges and universities while a diploma program is best for nontraditional, non-degree seeking students.
Stautzenberger College also offers career and placement services for students by helping them prepare for job interviews and organizing workshops in resume writing.
As an equal opportunity institute, the college provides disability services for students with learning disabilities and other chronic illnesses. Special academic adjustments can be made if a disability proof is provided.
Local businesses and corporations can contact the college to provide workforce development and information technology training to their employees.