Remington College: Community-Based, Career-Focused
Remington College is a non-profit, post-secondary education provider. The College and its predecessor companies have been actively involved in U.S. higher education since 1985. All Remington College campuses:
- Are eligible to participate in Title IV programs.
- Are nationally accredited. Please visit our Accreditation Page for more info.
Headquartered in Heathrow, Florida, the College offers more than 30 career-relevant, hands-on degree and diploma programs, which vary by campus, that can help students prepare for entry-level roles in fields like business, cosmetology, criminal justice, IT/electronics, graphic arts, and the health sciences.1
Our 19 campus locations across the U.S. are in major cities and centers of commerce like Baton Rouge, Cleveland, Columbia, Dallas/Fort Worth, Honolulu, Houston, Lafayette, Little Rock, Memphis, Mobile, Nashville, Orlando, Shreveport, and Tampa.
Our online programs, which began in 2009, offer distance learning options for students who seek degrees in business, organizational management, paralegal, and criminal justice. We also offer a hybrid degree program to become an occupational therapy assistant that consists of online courses, lab experiences in Heathrow, Florida, and fieldwork experiences at select locations throughout the Southeast.2
Our students represent varied backgrounds, cultures, and age groups with one common goal: a quality education that may help them find employment in their chosen field and offer a chance for a better future.1
Remington College believes that a well-educated work force can help to promote a community’s growth and vibrancy. We’re committed to offering every community we serve a caring learning environment, driven by technically rich, stimulating programs that are delivered by dedicated faculty and staff.
As a non-profit company, our goals include:
- Maintaining a continual focus on student needs.
- Expanding and enhancing the programs we offer and the number of classes we schedule.
- Increasing students’ accessibility to our faculty and staff.
- Ensuring our full support of and commitment to our local communities.
Our Admissions Representatives and Student Finance Associates are standing by to help each prospective student through the enrollment process.3 Each campus also offers placement assistance to help students in their effort to find suitable employment once they graduate.1
Our vision is to always operate in accordance with the highest ethical standards while always working to improve the quality of education, services, and value we offer to our students, employers, and the community. We also strive to offer security to our employees and their families by ensuring the long-term viability of our campuses.
Remington College looks forward to continuing our tradition of success and excellence in education, for the benefit of our students, their employers, our employees and their families, and the local communities we live and work in.1
1Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.
2The Occupational Therapy Assistant program has applied for accreditation and has been granted Candidacy Status by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814-3449. ACOTE’s telephone number, c/o AOTA, is (301) 652-AOTA and its web address is www.acoteonline.org.
3Financial aid is available for those who qualify.