Looking for a Career and Trade School near Troy, Ohio? Apply to Miami-Jacobs and Start a New Career in as little as 3-24 months
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You know when it’s time for a change. You’re tired of toiling in a dead-end job, and you know a good education can help you find a career that can change your life.
We help people in Covington, Dayton, Springfield, Piqua, Troy and surrounding areas on their journey to find a better career. Whether you’re a recent high school graduate or you’ve been in the workforce for years, going back to school can be intimidating. But our Student and Career Services teams are ready and willing to help.
Miami-Jacobs Career College Isn’t Just for Recent High School Graduates
We know that not all of our students are fresh out of high school; many of our students are older adults ready to make a life change. If you are unhappy in your current job, it’s important to know that it’s not too late to find a career you’ll love.
At Miami-Jacobs, we know your time is important. This is why most of our programs can be completed in less than two years. To learn more about the programs and courses we offer at our Troy campus, download our course catalog.
Start the Career You Deserve
Whether you just graduated high school or you are looking to make a change, we are here to help.
Contact us online with any and all questions or call us at 866.865.8067 for information on admissions and financial aid options for those who qualify.
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 Miami-Jacobs 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.
Miami-Jacobs has ceased new enrollments at all of its campuses and has determined not to seek alternative accreditation for any of them. Miami-Jacobs 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.
Any current or prospective student who has a complaint relating to Title IV eligibility or administration, the quality of education received at a Miami-Jacobs 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/
Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools Executive Director
30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3138
Ohio Attorney General Consumer Protection Section
30 East Broad Street, 14th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3400