Since 2002, Unitek College has offered specialized training in healthcare, nursing, and information technology. The California-based institution has seven locations in the state. As an accredited school, students get the private education they need for lasting careers in their chosen fields.
Programs & Courses
Computer & Information Technology
Computer Systems Technician
333 Palmer Dr., Ste #200, Bakersfield, CA 93309
1401 Willow Pass Rd., Concord, CA 94520
4670 Auto Mall Pkwy., Fremont, CA 94538
21615 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, CA 94541
1111 Howe Ave., Ste #300, Sacramento, CA 95825
San Jose, CA
6800 Santa Teresa Blvd., Suite #200, San Jose, CA 95119
South San Francisco, CA
257 Longford Dr. #5, South San Francisco, CA 94080
Financial Aid Services
There are grants, loans, and scholarships available at the federal or state level through Unitek College. A work-study program is another option to offset expenses. Those who qualify can use financial aid for things like tuition, computers, books, transportation, and living costs. Enrollees start by filing their FAFSA forms.
Current students can access information about their field of study or career path at any time. This allows them to plan ahead and ensure they are on track for graduation. Unitek College also has a Virtual Library open all day, every day for any academic needs.
The dedicated Career Services team’s goal is to help students and graduates find jobs. A variety of employment assistance is available. Options include job development classes, workshops, or hiring events, plus advice on interviews, resumes, letters, and portfolios. There are opportunities for networking, referrals, and leads as well.
Veteran and Military Services
The school is eligible for funds via the Veteran Benefits and Workforce Investment Act (WIA). In particular, Veterans Affairs approves most of the healthcare programs offered. Depending on the campus, Unitek College may be able to provide further aid to former or current military personnel.