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The institution offers an associate degree program with nine areas of specialization, as well as a number of diploma programs. The College is different from traditional colleges in a number of ways. Their classes are small. Consequently, their students receive more individualized instruction and attention. Age is not relevant at FC, with students ranging from the teens (right out of high school) through the seventies. Many of their students are married and have families; others are single and/or single parents. Most have obligations and/or jobs in addition to attending classes. These students from all walks of life share the desire to increase their opportunities for a better life through education. Whether their students intend to go on to a four-year institution, plan to use their new skills to advance in their work place, or want to begin new careers, they find the friendly College staff and faculty to be supportive of their goals. Classes are only available on campus. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
Forrest College is a college accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
Learn more at the Forrest College website.
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