Lauderdale Lakes, FL (PRWEB) June 22, 2012
With this week’s closing of all seven Fast Train College locations in the state, Florida Career College has invited students formerly enrolled at Fast Train campuses to complete their studies without interruption at Florida Career College, which offers classes nearby all former Fast Train locations and provides instruction in the healthcare-related and IT courses of study formerly offered at Fast Train.
According to Florida Career College Senior Vice President of Operations Martin Najarro, students formerly enrolled at Fast Train College should contact the nearest Florida Career College location for an appointment to map out their curriculum and determine the transferability of their courses. “Our goal is to provide former Fast Train students the pathway to completing their studies without interruption,” said Najarro. “We will do our utmost to make the student feel welcome and continue their career goal."
The current term at both colleges ends on Friday, June 22 and the new term at Florida Career College officially begins on Monday, June 25. Students may enroll in the Summer term through the Wednesday, June 27.
Former Fast Train students should contact Florida Career College at 1-888-852-7272 or online at http://www.careercollege.edu to schedule an appointment with a counselor.
Florida Career College provides industry current, employment focused courses of study at 11 locations throughout Florida, including Brandon, Boynton Beach, Clearwater, Hialeah, Jacksonville, Kendall, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate/Pompano, Miami, Pembroke Pines and West Palm Beach. Accredited degree programs offered include diploma, Associate of Science and Bachelor of Science.
Prior to its closing, Fast Train allowed local executive directors from Florida Career College to address students at Fast Train locations and explain the transfer and enrollment process. Currently, 4,500 students are enrolled at Florida Career College. Enrollment at Fast Train was approximately 400 statewide.