The ATI College in Norwalk, California, is a private institution that focuses on technology-oriented fields of study in Allied Health professions.
Applicants who have earned a high school diploma or GED are eligible to apply. Admissions are determined based on your past academic achievement and results of a mandatory entrance exam.
Students have the opportunity to be on the cutting edge of the latest advances in the health industry through the college’s three medical programs:
- Ultrasound Technology
- Medical Assisting and Billing
In addition to its health care academics, the college also offers Vocational English as a Second Language to international students.
Instruction in these programs is supplemented by cultivating critical thinking skills, high standards of excellence and the motivation to not only work in an Allied Health field, but also to contribute to its evolution
Career advisors are always on hand to help you with any academic or professional concerns. Once you graduate, they will continue working with you by helping you develop resume-building skills and interviewing techniques so that you can stand out from other job candidates.
Need-based forms of financial aid, including Pell grants, work-study programs and PLUS loans, are available to eligible students who file a FAFSA.
Quick Facts about ATI College, Norwalk
Large Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
- Total Students
Undergraduate vs. Graduate
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
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