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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Concorde accredited?
Yes. Fourteen of Concorde’s 16 campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Our campuses in Memphis, Tenn. and Southaven, Miss. are accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE). Both are nationally-recognized accrediting bodies.
Will I be able to get a job right after I graduate?
While we can’t make any guarantees or promises, once you graduate, Concorde offers valuable assistance to help you find that all-important health care job. Our Graduate Employment Services team offers guidance in resume preparation and interviewing techniques, provides useful information on career opportunities and provides assistance in placement for the length of your career.
Where are the Concorde campuses located?
Concorde has 16 campuses located in eight states throughout the U.S. We have two campuses located in the Dallas area (Dallas and Grand Prairie), three in the Greater Los Angeles area (North Hollywood, Garden Grove and San Bernardino), two in the Memphis, Tenn. area (Memphis and Southaven, Miss.), as well as campuses in San Diego, Kansas City, Mo., Portland, Ore., Aurora, Colo. (Denver area), San Antonio and four in Florida – Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville and Miramar (Miami area).
How much do classes at Concorde cost?
There’s a wide range of costs depending on program and campus. Concorde also has many forms of financial aid available and a full staff of financial aid experts to help you work through the best options for you. You can contact one of our Admissions representatives for full information of the costs of a specific program at a specific campus.
What if I don’t know what program to join?
Concorde has Admissions representatives ready to work with you to identify your interests and strengths to help guide you toward a health care career you will love and in which you’ll be successful.