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General questions about our campus, placement services, financial aid, and application requirements.
- What makes the Allen School of Health Sciences different?
The advantage of The Allen School over a traditional two-year community college is our accelerated program schedule. No unnecessary courses are required to graduate and get a head start directly into the medical career of your dreams. With three campuses – located in Phoenix, AZ; Jamaica/Queens, NY; and Brooklyn, NY – the Allen School of Health Services, having the medical career you want is within reach. Our accredited healthcare training classes are designed to truly prepare students for a career in the healthcare industry immediately. Our program offerings at all three campuses make us unique and stand out from the rest. The medical assisting programs are offered at all three campus locations, and nursing assistant programs are available at our two New York campuses. Our programs are tailored to provide hands-on experience directly in the field. Add the advantages of having access to volunteer and internship opportunities, so that you can truly learn the skills and tools necessary for a successful career.
- Is the Allen School of Health Sciences accredited?
Yes. As an accredited healthcare school, we offer the highest quality education, preparing our students for their future careers in healthcare. When selecting a healthcare training program, accreditation and licenses are important aspects to keep in mind. Accreditation demonstrates a school’s quality and dedication to high standards; the Allen School of Health Sciences is proud to be both accredited and licensed.
- What are the Allen School of Health Science's admission requirements?
We strive to work with applicants who have a true passion for the healthcare field, as we believe that to be one of the greatest assets in a future graduate. The minimum requirements for admissions are: Be 17 years or older, and have a high school diploma or General Educational Development Diploma. All applicants must first meet state standard minimum requirements for admission and then be referred to the individual programs.
- Does the Allen School provide career services assistance?
Yes. The Allen School of Health Sciences has built strong relationships with employers in our communities, working hard to establish professional connections that will benefit our students. Graduates will be assigned a Career Services advisor who can use our 60 year reputation to their advantage.
- Do you accept vouchers?
Yes, the Allen School of Health Sciences accepts most vouchers. For more specific details, call 1-888-620-6745.
- Is Financial Aid available?
In addition to general financial aid is available to those who qualify. Our team is more than happy to help you learn more about the opportunities available to you. Federal student aid is available as well as Grants, Loans, Scholarships, and Military Benefits. Ready to discuss your financial aid options? Contact our Financial Aid professionals today at (888) 569-7014. All information will be kept confidential.
- How can I apply to the Allen School of Health Sciences?
We are thrilled to help you take the first step towards achieving your dream career in the healthcare industry! The application process is within your reach, just complete the brief online request form, chat with one of our friendly representatives or call us directly at 1-888-569-7014.