We believe the success of our students starts on day one. Exploring and identifying the right education program to match your individual interest is critical to your future success. Our admissions associates will take all the time it needs to answer your questions, ensuring that you understand – and are happy with – the education path you’ve selected.
The Heritage admissions process is personalized. During a face-to-face meeting, we’ll get to know more about you and what you hope to achieve. You’ll learn about the programs we offer, with a specific focus on the programs that interest you most. Selecting an education path that prepares you for a new career can be a life-changing decision, and we want to ensure that your questions are answered fully and accurately. If you decide to pursue your education with us, then we will talk about the enrollment process and how we can help you prepare for your education at Heritage College.
Call us at 866.939.6394 or email AdmissionsInfo@heritagecollege.edu, and we’ll set up a one-on-one career education planning session.
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You’ll meet with your Admissions Representative and get answers to all your questions.
After your meeting, you’ll have all the information you need to decide whether a Heritage program is right for you. If so, we will assist you with your application to begin the admissions process at Heritage College.
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Heritage College & Heritage Institute Schools vs. Programs Disclaimer
This web site often uses the terms “programs” and “schools” interchangeably, however technically, the programs we offer are not a “school” in and of themselves. Each of the Heritage schools offers multiple programs or courses of study. The content on this site is not intended to indicate that any Heritage campus has a separate school for any of its programs.