Ross Education and Career Quest Learning have signed a teach-out agreement that will allow students from Career Quest to transfer to Ross Education as seamlessly as possible.
Career Quest announced on Tuesday that they will cease operations at the end of their current module term, which means students that are actively attending will need to transfer in order to continue their education.
“We are delighted to offer Career Quest students the opportunity to complete their program of study with Ross, and ultimately support them in reaching their goal of an allied health career,” said Ryan Middleton, Ross Education’s Senior Vice President of Operations. “The pandemic has created a great need in our local communities, and these graduates will fill a vital role with local hospitals and medical practices.”
As part of the teach-out agreement, Ross Education, with 43 campus locations across the Midwest plus Ross College Online, will admit any Career Quest student who is in good academic standing into a comparable Ross Education program at one of their campuses in Lansing, Midland, Saginaw, or Jackson, Michigan. Additionally:
- All earned credits will be accepted in an effort to keep students on the same timeline for graduation
- Ross Education will honor student’s current tuition rates
Students who are interested in transferring to Ross Education are encouraged to visit Ross’s website at rosseducation.edu to submit a request for additional information.