Opened in 2010, the Ross Medical Education Center Niles campus is located just 15 minutes north of I-80. The campus sits directly in front of the Eastwood Mall Complex on Youngstown Warren Rd.
Just five miles from Warren, Niles has access to a sizeable network of hospitals, specialty clinics, pharmacies, and research centers. This combination of healthcare facilities makes Niles a great location to pursue healthcare training.
At Ross College, I really enjoyed the professors as well as getting to know my classmates. Everyone was very encouraging and I really enjoyed it!Nikki Haley Graduate Online - Health Administrative Services student at Ross College Online campus Graduation: November 27, 2018
I came to Ross Medical because I wanted to change my career path; I wanted something more hands on. I have the most amazing instructors who have supported me every step of the way. They are providing me with the skills I am going to need to be successful in the medical field. I am happy I chose Ross Medical Education Center.Bonika Surline Graduate Medical Assistant student at Port Huron, MI campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
The main reason I would recommend Ross College is the atmosphere! All the staff members are caring and helpful! The instructors are knowledgeable in the fields they are teaching. As a result, students are passing and wanting to come to class!Tonya Shaffer Graduate Medical Assistant student at North Canton, OH campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
It was my dream to return to school. Ross' Medical Assisting program stood out to me. I am thankful for the support of the amazing faculty and the smaller class size that allowed me to succeed!Kelsi Blankenship, Graduate Medical Assistant student at Muncie, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
Ross has given me confidence that I haven't had in a long time. I've made some great friends and learned a lot while being here. I decided to further my career in the medical field because of my grandma who passed away last year. I'm glad I decided to do it every day when I pick up my kids from school. My doctor asks me if I'm going to be a doctor. I just laugh and say "Far from it," but I'm glad she sees me in that light.Sarah Long Graduate Medical Assistant student at Owensboro, KY campus Graduation: March 27, 2019