Programs: AAS in MIBC
Graduation: MIBC - April 2014 and AAS - January 2015
Resides in: Missouri
Simply put, the Allen School changes lives for the better. For over 50 years, thousands of graduates have trusted the Allen School to prepare them for a successful future. Furthermore, Allen School offers a convenient accelerated program that lets students complete their studies in a shorter time so they can start their careers sooner.
Yes, the Allen School is nationally accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and licensed by the New York State Department of Education, as well as the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education.
While all applicants are evaluated on individual merits, we typically look for highly motivated, career-oriented students. The selection process does include a student interview. While a high school diploma or GED is required for some programs please contact us to explore your options.
Allen School provides lifetime nationwide career services assistance. Our dedicated Office of Career Services is there to assist you from day one and on to your new career. More specifically, the team provides resume writing assistance, mock interviews and will connect you with employment opportunities that are an ideal fit.
The Office of Career Services understands many students need to earn an income while working through their program. The team will assist in finding part-time opportunities currently available in your area.
Yes, the Allen School accepts most vouchers. For more specific details, call 1-888-620-6745.
Yes, financial aid is available for students who qualify. Allen School participates in both the Federal Pell Grant program and the Direct Loan program. Call our Office of Financial Planning at 1-888-620-6745 to discuss your needs.
It’s easy: complete the brief online request form. If you have questions or need help, call 1-888-620-6745.
It’s just like being in the classroom, from the convenience of your desk or laptop. Everything is completed online, including registration, financial aid and book buying. You learn in small, interactive classes. You’ll also receive one-on-one guidance and feedback from your instructor on a consistent basis.
It’s one of the most convenient, flexible, and affordable options. It allows you to do all of your class work from home and you don’t have to account for excess living expenses.
Absolutely. We offer flexible class hours that allow you to properly balance work, family and other responsibilities.
At the end of the online program, graduates are invited to come to New York City for a cap and gown ceremony, and an opportunity to finally meet your classmates in person.
Studies show that many students actually learn better online than in a traditional classroom setting. The main reason is that you're not passively listening to a lecture; rather you're actively engaged and interacting with the course. Also, students have more time to think about the subject matter with less classroom distractions.
Yes! You'll be part of a highly connected online community that includes peers and faculty from all over the country. You’ll receive customized instruction and one-on-one feedback from your teacher. Plus, through e-mail and discussion groups you can stay in close contact with your classmates and counselors, building lasting relationships.
Access to a desktop or laptop computer and high speed internet. Tablets, phones, hotspots or other alternative internet is not sufficient to support the classroom environment.
You’ll be given a time to log-on and complete your exam online.
The Allen School has a technical helpdesk that is available to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To be considered for enrollment, simply complete the brief online request form. If you have questions or need help, call 1-888-620-6745.