Consolidated School of Business, Lancaster
2124 Ambassador Circle, Lancaster, PA 17603
Graduates of Consolidated School of Business (CSB) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, often go on to work at high-profile corporations, hospitals and medical facilities.
This is, in part, because CSB’s career training programs in Business Administration, Legal Administrative Assisting, Medical Administrative Assisting and other fields take place in small classrooms where learning is highly individualized.
Another reason for the high success rate among CSB graduates is the level of support that students get. Should students need extra academic help, for example, they may call on faculty as well as instructional support staff outside of class.
Students also get extensive support in their job search. Whether they’re about to graduate or are alumni of CSB, they may get the highly personalized guidance from CSB’s career counselors.
CSB also helps its students financially. Tuition is fixed, meaning that students, regardless of how long they are enrolled, are charged the same tuition throughout their education as they are in their first year.
Tuition payment plans and financial aid through scholarships and other sources are often awarded to cover the full cost of tuition.
With classes offered on flexible, convenient day and evening schedules, students of CSB may arrange their classes around work and other obligations.
Since CSB’s classes start on a monthly basis, prospective students can start the application process anytime. Those who are interested in applying may fill out an application online and are also encouraged to speak with a CSB representative about their educational plans and how CSB may benefit them.
Quick Facts about Consolidated School of Business, Lancaster
Large Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Students)
On-Campus Housing Available
Licenses, Accreditations, and Memberships
Accreditations ?Accreditation refers to the practice of being reviewed by an independent, non-profit accrediting agency that specializes in educational quality.
- Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges & Schools
- Total Students
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
- African American
- Unknown and Other
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