Discover your potential with allied health training programs from Ross Medical Education Center and Ross College. We are excited to help you get started. These simple steps will help you navigate the admissions process, and we will be here to assist you every step of the way!
Discover your potential with allied health training programs from Ross Medical Education Center and Ross College.
Schedule your campus visit to meet with an Admissions Representative. You’ll receive useful information about programs and entrance requirements.Schedule My Campus Tour
Meet with a Financial Aid Student Support Representative to determine the types of financial aid for which you may qualify. The representative will present all of your options so you can make an informed decision about your aid.
You will attend an orientation to receive any further information you may need and have the opportunity to meet staff members and fellow classmates. If your program requires a uniform, you will also get fitted for your scrubs.
All that’s left is to start your program! Begin your training program’s classes and get started on the path toward your healthcare career.
There’s no doubt about it, higher education is expensive. But keep in mind, more than anything, it comes down to value. The short-term investment you make in your education now can pay dividends for a lifetime with a successful career in healthcare.
Another thing that’s important to understand is at Ross, financial aid is available for students who qualify—in the form of federal student loans, grants, or both—to help pay for their education. Whether it’s a federal student loan, which is repaid over time after you cease attendance, or a grant, which doesn’t need to be repaid, there are plenty of opportunities in place to help you cover your Ross tuition and fees.
Our staff of seasoned and supportive financial aid professionals will guide you through the financial aid process, one-on-one, so you’re able to make the best decision for your circumstance. Everyone’s situation is different. That’s why we take great pride in the individual attention we give to each and every student when it comes to financial aid.
Yes. A high school diploma or GED is required to enroll at Ross.Is there an entrance exam?
Yes. Prior to enrolling, you will be given a short assessment to ensure you're enrolling in the best program for you.Do I need to complete the FAFSA prior to my campus visit?
No. Our financial aid professionals will guide you through the process of completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid.Is there an application fee?
No. We do not require an application fee. Our Admissions team will inform you of Ross tuition and fees prior to enrollment.How long are the programs?
Most of our healthcare programs can be completed in as little as eight to ten months. We also offer Associate Degree programs that can be completed in eighteen months.Do you have a Career Services department?
We have a full-time career services department that offers career placement assistance. While Ross cannot guarantee employment, you will be invited to meet with our Career Services department during your campus visit to get information about our established partnerships within the community.Is Ross accredited?
Yes. Ross is institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
From the first day I walked through the doors at Ross, I have found the staff friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. They are there for you every step of the way to help you succeed.Sherry Beltz Graduate Medical Assistant student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
I was wary to go to school completely online since my past experiences with it weren't so great, but from the very beginning, all of the faculty and staff have been more than supportive with me, which is super important for a student who lives thousands of miles away from the actual campus.Talor Hall Graduate Online - Medical Office Management student at Ross College Online campus Graduation: October 3, 2017
As an older student returning to the classroom after 20 years, I had concerns that the pace and the computer skills needed would make it hard for me to keep up. But I found the staff was incredibly supportive and patient with students at all levels. The small class created an encouraging, friendly environment to learn.Denise Stillwell Graduate Medical Assistant student at Granger, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
Before I joined Ross, I lost my job, my car, and I lost a child. I came to the conclusion that I was tired of being broke and working dead end jobs that I didn't enjoy doing. I wanted to do something I enjoyed and got paid to do because I take pride in my work. I always have to consider my 5 year old daughter when I make my life decisions, because she's been with me through all the struggles within the past five years. This time around I just had a talk with God. I asked him what I was destined for. That's how I ended up at Ross Medical. I am enrolled in the medical assistant program. I want to be a Phlebotomist and EKG Technician. The teachers and advisers are awesome! They are very fluent, vocal, and hands on when it comes to helping their students be successful. I enjoy coming to school every day. When I'm having a rough day, everyone is so welcoming, warming, family oriented, and understanding. Ross makes me happy. I appreciate and thank you ALL.Keturah Roberson Graduate Medical Assistant student at Saginaw, MI campus Graduation: January 17, 2019
Ross is a great school filled with awesome instructors! I've learned so much from my instructor, Miss. Michelle. I've never had a teacher so educated, involved, or dedicated to their students. There is no program I'd rather be in than dental and I cannot wait to start my lifelong career in this field. There's never a boring day in dental and there is no school I'd rather be enrolled in than Ross.Taylor Powell Graduate Dental Assistant student at Niles, OH campus Graduation: April 27, 2020