You’ve always worked hard, now it’s time to work smarter! Everyone deserves the opportunity to obtain the education they need for a career they love. That’s why at McCann, we provide flexible program options to allow every student to learn when it’s best for them. Learn more about our flexible program options below.
- Marilyn DeLeon, 2016 Graduate
At McCann, we believe that everyone has their own career path, and we are dedicated to helping you find yours. We offer an educational experience for each of our students, allowing you to get hands-on learning experience that will prepare you for your new career path. Our Admissions Representatives will be with you every step of the way with career guidance, application assistance, and financial aid assistance.
Fill out the Request Information form and tell us a little about yourself and your interests.Request Info
Meet with an Admissions Representative to decide on a career path.Schedule a Visit
Complete your application and review all required Admission's criteria.Getting Started
Meet with Financial Services to discuss eligibility and program pricing.Financial Aid
Start taking classes and enjoy the ride to success in your new career.Student Experience
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The U. S. Department of Education (the “Department”) requires that we bring to your attention important information about our accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), and our pursuit of alternative accreditation.
Your ability to use federal student aid to pay for your program with McCann depends on our being accredited by an accrediting agency that is recognized by the Department. In December 2016 the Department ended its recognition of ACICS and is requiring that we and all other ACICS-accredited schools obtain accreditation from another recognized accreditor by June 12, 2018.
FOR OUR CAMPUSES IN ALLENTOWN, LEWISBURG AND POTTSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA AND IN MONROE, LOUISIANA:
McCann is operating and offering its programs without interruption while it pursues alternative accreditation by completing an acquisition transaction with a school group that is accredited by another recognized accrediting agency, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (“ACCSC”). If the transaction is completed, McCann will become an ACCSC-accredited campus of that school group. While there is no guarantee the transaction will be successfully completed, remaining work on the transaction is proceeding quickly and we believe it can be completed in December 2017, well before the June 12, 2018 deadline for alternative accreditation. If the transaction cannot be completed for any reason, McCann will make every effort to identify another path to alternative accreditation.
If McCann has not obtained alternative accreditation by June 12, 2018, you will not be able to use federal student aid to pay for any academic terms in your program that begin after that date. This means that you will be responsible for payment of the full tuition and fees charged for those academic terms unless you obtain alternate financing. We realize you may have questions and concerns you want to raise with us. The situation is unique, but we will do our best to address all of your questions. Please do not hesitate to make an appointment with the Campus Director to discuss your questions and concerns.
FOR OUR CAMPUSES IN CARLISLE, HAZLE TOWNSHIP AND WILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA AND IN SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA:
McCann has ceased new enrollments at these campuses and has determined not to seek alternative accreditation for them. McCann is continuing to operate and offer its programs and services to enable as many currently enrolled students as possible to complete their programs before June 12, 2018. Any currently enrolled students who have any concerns that they may not be able to complete their programs by that date should make appointments with the Campus Director to discuss their options.
FOR ALL MCCANN CAMPUSES:
Any current or prospective student who has a complaint relating to Title IV eligibility or administration, the quality of education received at a McCann school or otherwise relating to the accreditation standards of ACICS can submit that complaint to any of the following channels:
The Department’s Federal Student Aid Feedback System: https://feedback.studentaid.ed.gov/
ACICS’s Complaint Procedures: Visit “About Us/Complaint Procedures” at http://www.acics.org/
The Pennsylvania Department of Education
State Board of Private Licensed Schools
333 Market Street
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17126-0333
Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
Bureau of Consumer Protection
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120
Louisiana Board of Regents
Division of Planning, Research, and Performance
Proprietary Schools Section
PO Box 3677
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821-3677