College Profile: Sanford-Brown College - Hillside
Thank you for your interest in Sanford-Brown College. We are a career-oriented school located in Hillside, IL. We are dedicated to providing academic excellence. If you're looking for a quality and rewarding education in today's exciting fields, we can help you get there.
At Sanford-Brown College- Hillside, our approach is:
At Sanford-Brown College, we focus your study into a short-term program enabling you the opportunity to customize your skills to the specific needs of a future work setting. We enable adults to complete some programs of study in less time than you think.
At Sanford-Brown College, your studies focus primarily on the essential concepts and skills most employers look for in entry-level employees. Our goal is to provide you with the practical information and experience you need to get your foot in the door. We avoid requiring you to take courses that are not directly supportive of your employment objective.
Technology plays a major role in all the professions for which we train our students. That's why we use industry-current tools to help deliver your education more effectively. During the hands-on component you will have an opportunity to use industry-oriented equipment to gain experience applying your knowledge.
ACCREDITATION/CERTIFICATION INFORMATION DISCLOSURE
Accreditation is a voluntary process which may be undertaken by schools to demonstrate compliance with specific standards designed to indicate a level of education quality. SBC is institutionally accredited (accredited in total) by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), a national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education (DOE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). This indicates that SBC substantially meets or exceeds the stated criteria of education quality established by ACICS, and approved by the DOE and CHEA. This recognition of institutional accreditation by ACICS entitles SBC to offer Title IV Financial Assistance to students who qualify.
An additional form of accreditation that a school may undertake to obtain is a specific, individual accreditation of certain programs (programmatic accreditation). Institutional accreditation is not the same as or a substitution for programmatic accreditation. Although programmatic accreditation is not required for employment in many cases, the existence of programmatic accreditation is a further indication that a program meets the standards of the profession, and may therefore indirectly enhance employment opportunities. Also, in some cases, programmatic accreditation will allow the graduates of the accredited program to sit for some credentialing exams immediately upon graduation without any requirement of work experience.
Sanford-Brown does not guarantee employment or salary.