Summit Career College



851 S. Cooley Dr
Colton, CA, 92324

Number of Students

Degrees Offered

Type of Institution
Private for-profit- less-than 2-year

Financial Aid
Yes! 100% of first-time beginning undergraduates received financial aid.

About Summit Career College

The mission of the College is to provide adult learners the skills and technological knowledge necessary to achieve success in their chosen vocational field. We recognize that education is vital in developing opportunities for the student to become a productive part of society and is essential in promoting the individuals sense of worth- values- and high ethical standards. Summit Career College is committed to offering quality education that meets the needs of its students and assisting them in pursuing their educational goals.
In pursuit of this mission- Summit Career College is guided by the following core principles and objectives:
To instill value- self-esteem and the ability to contribute to society in a professional and successful manner.
To provide a caring- nurturing learning environment that promotes academic excellence- critical thinking- the appreciation of diversity- and to instill a desire within our graduates to continue the learning process throughout their lifetimes.
To employ only qualified and dedicated faculty members who possess both educational and related
experience in the fields that they teach. To encourage their continued professional development- and support of the college’s mission- purpose and objectives.
To support our students in their studies by means of tutorial services- academic advisement- student financial support and lifelong employment assistance to all alumni.
To provide our students with a facility that offers progressive technologies and equipment inclusive of a learning and resource center.
To remain committed to a policy of academic freedom so that faculty may explore and disseminate new knowledge without fear of reprisal or reprimand.
To provide programs that meet the needs of the community while consistently reviewing the curriculum ensuring that the applicable skills and knowledge acquired will result in employment goals.

2010-2011 data from U.S. Department of Education

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