How to Enroll for Fall Classes

You’ve decided it’s time to make the move into a great career, but where do you begin? What can you do today that will create a better future for you and your family?

There are many benefits to earning a college degree, such as gaining valuable skills, expanded career opportunities, and increased job security. At East Ohio College, our programs are designed to give you the hands-on training and skills needed to excel in your career.

How to Enroll for Fall Classes

Ready to put your career on the fast track? Fall classes are starting soon, so read on to find out exactly how to get started!

How to Enroll for Fall Classes

In order to enroll for fall classes, you first need to request information, call us at 330-385-1070, or come visit the East Ohio campus at 15258 State Route 170, East Liverpool, OH 43920.

Next, you will work with an East Ohio Admissions Advisor to guide you through the enrollment process. You will schedule a time to come in for a Career Planning Session to review your career goals, take a tour of the East Ohio campus, and meet our faculty.

After your campus visit, you will talk with a Financial Aid Representative, fill out your FAFSA if needed, turn in all required documentation, and get registered for your classes. Congratulations, you are now officially enrolled for classes!

Once you’re registered, we will work with you to make sure you have everything needed to succeed in your classes, including scrubs, books, and other supplies.

Associate Degrees and Professional Certifications

Our associate degree and diploma programs are designed to provide you with the education, experience, and hands-on skills needed to pursue a career in-demand fields.

With our Medical Assisting associate degree, you will prepare for an exciting career as a Medical Assistant and can sit for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant professional certification. You will practice essential skills like taking vital signs, performing lab tests, drawing blood, assisting with simple surgeries, and assisting with heart tests.

The Medical Office Administration associate degree trains students in areas critical to running a medical office, such as performing basic coding, maintaining electronic health records, handling billing, understanding medical terms, and protecting patient privacy. Students are prepared to sit for two valuable certifications, including Certified Billing and Coding Specialist and Certified Medical Administrative Assistant.

As a student in the Dental Assisting associate degree program, you will learn the vital aspects of oral care, including exposing and developing radiographs, assisting a dentist during dental procedures, sterilizing dental instruments and equipment, managing patient records, and mixing dental cements. As part of the program, you will be prepared to sit for the Nationally Registered Certified Dental Assistant professional certification.

In the Business Administration associate degree program, you will gain the business knowledge and skills valued by today’s employers, such as managing an office and supervising personnel, utilizing sales and customer service techniques, managing a small business, understanding accounting, and managing employee payroll. You will be prepared to sit for the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Certification from Certiport.

With our direct admission Nursing degree program, you prepare for a career as a nurse, enabling you to make a difference in people’s lives every day. You will train in crucial areas like nursing values, the nursing process, health promotion and maintenance, therapeutic communication skills, and competent nursing training. With our comprehensive nursing degree program, you will prepare for your nursing boards with classroom learning, our skills laboratory, and in clinical practice settings.

Why Choose East Ohio College

At East Ohio, our programs are designed to get you on the fast track to a great career. With student success being a top priority, we offer academic advising, career advising, small class sizes, personalized attention, externships, and short-term programs.

With the associate degree programs at East Ohio, you will have the ability to work in places like hospitals, doctor’s offices, medical labs, clinics, long-term care facilities, dentist’s offices, oral surgeon offices, and many types of professional businesses.

Get Started Today

Ready to make your move into a great career you will love? Fall classes are starting soon, so request information now to get started today!