WyoTech, previously known as Wyoming Technical Institute, is comprised of a network of non-profit colleges. WyoTech was originally founded in 1966 in Laramie, Wyoming. The colleges are owned by the Zenith Education Group. Just three years after its founding, WyoTech earned national accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). A majority of the WyoTech programs can be completed in less than eighteen months, if a student's schedule permits. There are three different WyoTech campuses with the primary objective being to impart specific knowledge and skills that will help students get placed in their desired fields upon graduation.
Florida Technical College (FTC) was founded in 1982 originally to provide post-secondary training in specialized business fields. Now, FTC offers Associate Degrees and Diploma Programs across a spectrum of fields. One unique and interesting feature to FTC is that each student will get a new iPad with e-books to replace textbooks. FTC is also nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
GateWay Community College has been servicing Arizona students for almost 50 years. Its large program catalog appeals to many students looking to earn a degree. However, there are too many concerns to overlook to fully recommend attending GateWay Community College.
Greenville Technical College (GTC) was founded in 1962, and their focus was to work with employers to give students the skills they needed in order to qualify for good jobs and succeed in their careers. Their college isn't limited to one campus, they have several in Greenville County area with nine different locations.
Automotive Training Center (ATC) has a rich history as it was established as a division of Spring Garden College in Philadelphia, PA back in 1917. More than 80 years later they were awarded the National Winner of the Award for Excellence in Automotive Training by the Automotive Industry Planning Council (AIPC) and ASE. In 2001, Ford Motor Company partnered with ATC to provide maintenance and light repair training for their students. Most recently, ATC was recognized as a School of Excellence in the 2013-2014 year.