Vista College is a vocational school with campuses in Texas, New Mexico, and Arkansas. Known for small class sizes and a fast pace, the institution offers courses in law, healthcare, business, tech, and other skilled trades. Depending on the path of study, enrollees complete diploma, degree, or certificate programs, either in person or online.
Programs & Courses
- Dental Assisting
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Billing & Coding
- Medical Laboratory Technician
Criminal Justice & Law
- Criminal Justice
HVAC & Building Services
Construction and Architecture
- Veterinary Assistant
- Veterinary Technician
Beaumont, TX 3871 Stagg Dr., Ste 194, Beaumont, TX 77701
College Station, TX 2704 Texas Ave. South, College Station, TX 77840
El Paso, TX 6101 Montana Ave., El Paso, TX 79925
Fort Smith, AR 1200 S. Waldron Rd., Ste 122, Fort Smith, AR 72903
Killeen, TX 1001 S. Fort Hood St., Killeen, TX 76541
Las Cruces, NM 850 North Telshore Blvd., Suites F-G, Las Cruces, NM 88011
Longview, TX 1905 W Loop 281, Ste 21, Longview, TX 75604
Lubbock, TX 4620 50th St., Lubbock, TX 79414
Lubbock, TX 4801 Frankford Ave., Lubbock, TX 79424
Financial Aid Services
Most federal, state, and private loans are accepted, as well as grants. Submitting a FAFSA form can give applicants an idea of their options. Students looking to lessen the impact of tuition should visit a campus Financial Aid Office where advisors will discuss payment methods. For eligible high schoolers, Vista College offers a scholarship to pay for attendance.
Attendees have access to a number of career services. Coordinators set up mock interviews for pupils to practice responses. The staff gives advice on writing resumes, cover letters, and thank-you notes. They also help enrollees hunt for jobs and connect with local employers. To find more leads, students can look at job postings on Vista College’s internet job board.
Veteran and Military Services
As a Military Friendly School, Vista College accepts many types of aid for veterans and active duty servicepeople. Possible funding sources include GoArmyEd, Yellow Ribbon, and the Montgomery GI Bill. The admissions staff at the institute is familiar with the needs of those who serve. Families of armed forces members may also use benefits at the college.
The school’s alumni association welcomes all graduates to join. Membership allows former attendees to participate in community activities with old classmates. Grads also get career assistance for life. The group supports Vista College undergraduates through on-campus events.