Orchard Park Campus Highlights
The medical lab classrooms at the Southtowns campus give students in the Medical Assisting degree program vital, hands-on training that helps prepare them to succeed in their field from the moment they graduate. The student resource center is also a feature available to students on a daily basis to get help with small assignments or big projects for any of their classes.
It is our goal to provide not only a personalized experience but also a more career-focused education than is available from any other college near Buffalo, New York. By placing a focus on career preparation, we ensure that you’re fully prepared to begin your job search once you cross the stage at graduation. Our commitment to your success goes beyond the classroom, as our career services team works to provide the most comprehensive career advisement of any college in Western New York.
Admissions representatives and financial aid advisors are available to answer questions Monday through Saturday each week and can be reached at 716-677-9500. Additional information can be obtained by submitting a request for additional information. We look forward to seeing you on campus for our next semester.