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Brecksville, OH

Our beautiful, 25,000-square-foot campus is located off I-77, and just minutes from the Ohio Turnpike, in the Cleveland suburb of Brecksville.

Maumee, OH

Serving students in northwest Ohio, our main campus is conveniently located near 475 and the Ohio Turnpike, just south of Toledo, OH.

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We understand traditional class schedules may not fit your schedule. Stautzenberger offers online courses to help you maintain work and family schedules.

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  • Stautzenberger College Introduces New Medical Programs to Brecksville Campus - Brecksville, Ohio – February 7, 2016 – Stautzenberger College, which has been serving Ohio since 1926, has introduced four new medical programs to the Brecksville campus.The Medical Assisting Diploma program could prepare graduates to provide a blend of clerical and clinical services to physicians and other medical personnel. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of medical assistants is expected to grow by 23 percent, much faster than the average for all occupations through 2022.The Central Sterile Processing Technology Diploma program is designed to prepare students to disinfect, prepare, store and issue both sterile and non-sterile supplies and equipment for patient care in healthcare settings. Class include anatomy, physiology, microbiology, surgical instrumentation, medical terminology and inventory management. Demand for medical equipment preparers is expected to grow by 14 percent through 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with employment opportunities being found in surgery centers, dialysis facilities and central processing units in hospitals.The Surgical Technology Associate Degree program combines didactic instruction, hands-on training in the lab and clinical work to prepare students to work as entry-level surgical technicians. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shares that “employment of surgical technologists is projected to grow 15 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, because advances in medical technology have made surgery safer, and more operations are being done to treat a variety of illnesses and injuries.”The Medical Lab Technician Associate Degree program is designed to provide students with a balanced education in theory and practice to prepare them with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform critical tests that provide physicians with the data required to diagnose life-threatening diseases. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shares that “employment of medical laboratory technologists and technicians is projected to grow 16 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. An increase in the aging population is expected to lead to a greater need to diagnose medical conditions, such as cancer or type 2 diabetes, through laboratory procedures. “As Americans are living longer, there is an increased demand for qualified healthcare professionals,” said CEO Stephen Tave. “As we have done from the beginning, we continue to create programs that train our students to succeed in today’s job market. We are always surveying employers in our communities to get feedback on jobs that are in demand yet have a deficit of qualified candidates. We are dedicated to servicing the community and our students. Our new programs are shorter in length and the cost to attend our colleges has been reduced to meet every budget.”Stautzenberger College has a mission to support career training and job development for citizens of the surrounding areas with shorter and more affordable options, without a waiting list. This is achieved through active participation in community efforts to encourage career training, develop job growth and by providing training relevant to the job market. As an accredited, proprietary school, Stautzenberger College has fulfilled this mission since 1926. For more information, visit www.sctoday.edu.
  • Stautzenberger College Veterinary Grads Have 92.86 Percent Pass Rate on VTNE - Brecksville, Ohio – February 9, 2016 – Stautzenberger College, which has been serving Ohio since 1926, reports that 92.86 percent of its 2015 Brecksville Veterinary Technology program graduates passed the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) in November. According to the Professional Examination Service, which administers the Veterinary Technician National Examination, the national average is 67.56 percent for first-attempt candidates.“These positive results attest to the hard work and perseverance of our students, and to the dedication of our veterinary technology faculty and staff in providing the skills and training necessary to succeed in the growing veterinary technology field,” said Stautzenberger College Brecksville Campus President John P. Girard.According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, “employment of veterinary technicians is expected to grow by 30 percent through 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations.”In Ohio, a graduate of an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited program must successfully pass the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE) and have their passing scores transferred to the Ohio Board to earn the designation of a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). Stautzenberger College’s Vet Tech program prepares graduates to perform a wide variety of medical procedures, produce diagnostic radiographs, anesthesia administration and surgical assisting. Potential career opportunities exist for licensed veterinary technicians in private practice, small and large animal hospitals, research, education, pharmaceuticals, zoos and the military. The veterinary technology program at Stautzenberger College is accredited by the AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA). For more information about Stautzenberger College’s veterinary technology program, contact Chris Arvay in the admissions office at carvay@stautzenberger.com or (440) 838-1999.Stautzenberger College has a mission to support career training and job development for citizens of the surrounding areas. This is achieved through active participation in community efforts to encourage career training, develop job growth and by providing training relevant to the job market. As an accredited, proprietary school, Stautzenberger College has fulfilled this mission since 1926. For more information, visit www.sctoday.edu. 
  • Stautzenberger College Introduces HVAC Program - Brecksville, Ohio – February 2, 2016 – Stautzenberger College, which has been serving Ohio since 1927, has introduced an HVAC diploma program to the Brecksville campus.   The HVAC program prepares students to seek entry-level employment in an industry with a high demand for skilled technicians. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) projects that the HVAC field will experience growth of 21 percent from 2012 through 2022, which is faster than average for all occupations. According to BLS research, the field will see an addition of as many as 55,900 new jobs in just 10 years.Why all the job growth? There are many reasons, but http://www.ExploretheTrades.com says a lot of it is new technology combined with a focus on more environmental solutions: “Older HVAC equipment is far less efficient than today’s models, costing consumers more money to run, offering less comfort and also taking a larger toll on the environment. In an effort to ‘go green’ while saving money and providing better comfort levels for their homes and workplaces, consumers are making the change to newer HVAC systems. Consumers are also more educated on how keeping their HVAC equipment maintained will benefit them in the long run. With projections of system installations and maintenance on the rise, HVAC techs will be busier than ever.”Courses include installation, maintenance and repair of HVAC systems, with a strong focus on industry safety practices. Upon successful completion of the program (which typically takes 40 weeks for a full-time student) graduates can obtain entry-level employment in heating ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration-related fields.For more information, visit www.sctoday.edu/skilled-trades-programs/hvac.Stautzenberger College has a mission to support career training and job development for citizens of the surrounding areas. This is achieved through active participation in community efforts to encourage career training, develop job growth and by providing training relevant to the job market. As an accredited, proprietary school, Stautzenberger College has fulfilled this mission since 1927. For more information, visit www.sctoday.edu.
  • National Cat Day - Oct 29:  It’s #NationalCatDay! Share pictures of your cats and kittens! If you have a passion for animals, check out the Animal Science programs at Stautzenberger! http://www.nationalcatday.com/
  • Stautzenberger Visits Lake HS - Oct  27:  Today we’ll be visiting @LakeHS to tell students about the programs offered at Stautzenberger! Turn your passion into your career!

What Students, Graduates and Employers Are Saying

“I wouldn’t have my knowledge of the human body, my talent for giving an excellent therapeutic massage or my drive to be successful if it weren’t for the education and dedication of the instructors I received at Stautzenberger.”

Barbara Berbilis, LMT

Stautzenberger Massage Therapy Graduate

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