College Profile: Collins College - Phoenix

 
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Build the foundation for a successful career opportunity at Collins College. Our two locations – in Phoenix and Tempe – offer students a convenient choice to further their education, whether they’re just out of high school or they’re returning to school to pursue additional career training.

At our two quality colleges in Arizona, our focus is you – the student. We offer a training ground for career opportunities in design, media and technology. Want to learn Information Technology training, interior design or graphic design? Collins College can be the place.

Plenty of Space at Our Colleges in Arizona

When you pursue a degree in the areas of design, media or technology, you need space to learn. Collins College occupies approximately 104,000 square-feet of floor space, filled with various classrooms, computer labs, a digital print room, video editing bays and a photographic studio. You’ll be impressed with our computer workstations and industry-current software. Need time to study? Head to our comprehensive library/resource center or to our student learning centers. All of our space is handicapped-accessible.

Class Schedules designed to fit your lifestyle

Our colleges in Arizona are built around a student-centered environment. Early birds and night owls alike can find a schedule to fit their lifestyle, whether you’re looking for day or evening sessions. We let you choose the times that are most convenient to you.

With approximately 2,000 students enrolled in day and evening classes at our colleges in Arizona, every attempt is made to keep classes sizes to a teacher/student ratio of 1:25 to 35 students. Student assistants are used to facilitate focused attention in larger classrooms.

Hands-on learning: Using tools of the trade

When you’re going to school for training in design, media or technology, it makes sense you should receive training as if you were already on the job. At our North Phoenix and Tempe campuses in Arizona, you can use real-world tools for real-world applications. Depending on the degree program you choose, you can use high-performance Macintosh® computers and Windows NT® workstations, PC laptops, desktops, motion-picture film cameras, and Sony HDCAM® cameras and decks.

The right software can make a good artist great. That’s why we use programs including Adobe® Photoshop®, Illustrator® and Flash®, Autodesk®Maya®, Autodesk® 3ds Max® and Autodesk®Smoke®. Our Information Technology students use Cisco® switch and router simulation software, as well as a variety of Novell® and Microsoft® applications.

Learn more about our colleges in Arizona. Take advantage of the industry-current classroom facilities, labs, computers and software offered at Collins College.

Collins College does not guarantee employment or salary.
 
4750 South 44th Place
Phoenix, AZ
85040