With locations throughout Florida, City College provides valuable job skills. The school offers accredited tracks in healthcare, business, and legal work. Students earn associate’s or bachelor’s degrees through these programs. Attendees may be high school graduates, veterans, or those looking to change career paths.
Programs & Courses
- Medical Assisting
- Surgical Technologist
Criminal Justice & Law
- Private Investigator
- Veterinary Assistant
- Veterinary Technician
Altamonte Springs, FL 177 Montgomery Rd., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Fort Lauderdale, FL 2000 W Commercial Blvd., Ste 200, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Gainesville, FL 7001 NW 4th Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32607
Hollywood, FL 6565 Taft St., Ste 200, Hollywood, FL 33024
Miami, FL 9300 S Dadeland Blvd., Ste 200, Miami, FL 33156
Financial Aid Services
Assistance at City College depends on information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Applicants can receive government grants or loans on a federal or private level. The school also offers a number of scholarships to help pay for college. Financial aid officers and net price calculators provide the best understanding of costs.
Every City College campus location has a Career Assistance and Development Center to help graduates find jobs. The office connects students and alumni to employers in their respective fields. Services include resume tips, networking, and on-site interviews. The center also frequently posts job openings.
Veteran and Military Services
City College looks to provide a military-friendly atmosphere to educate members of the armed forces. The school waives the application fee for those eligible. Most enrollees can take advantage of the Veteran’s Grant Program. If qualified, more financial aid could be available. Options may include the GI Bill and Veterans Educational Assistance Program, as well as help for survivors, dependents, and spouses.