We Educate Students for Success
We will always take care of the student.
Our everyday mission is to educate students in short-term and professional programs for gainful employment and career advancement.
To be a Highly Reliable health care college for every student, Team Member, and employer, which is what we call Our Journey to #1!
Taking Care of the Student
When you step onto any of Success Education Colleges’ campuses, you’ll immediately notice the warmth and family atmosphere. That’s because our Team Members truly care about our students as individuals and are committed to supporting them during their programs and after they graduate. Our students are the “why” behind what we do each and every day.
We have several services in place to help us support our students and graduates. Students can access our Learning Resource Center online to find a variety of learning tools to assist them as they progress through their studies. In addition, students can take advantage of our Student Advising Services Program (SASP), which helps us identify and address their educational and personal needs. For example, students can learn how to make practical academic plans and decisions through Academic Advising. SASP also includes attendance progress, testing and tutoring skills, and life skills. Students may even be able to use the Student Advising Services Program to get connected with community outreach resources to meet their personal needs, such as food banks, shelter, childcare, transportation, GED programs, and other services.
Once students reach the end of their program, they are eligible for our Placement Assistance Program, offered through our dynamic Career Services Team. From writing résumés to coordinating interviews with prospective employers, this career placement assistance can be invaluable when helping students enter the World of Work. And while SEC cannot guarantee employment, our graduates do enjoy outstanding placement rates across our programs. Plus, the support doesn’t end when they walk across that stage at Commencement; instead, our graduates join the ranks of more than 45,000 alumni. Upon graduating, students have the option to become part of our alumni network—a community rich with professional connections and insight.