All State Career - FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions


Is All-State Career Nationally Accredited?

Yes.  Each of our colleges and vocational schools are institutionally accredited by Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)

See our Accreditations and Affiliations page to view the licensing and accreditation specific to that particular campus location.


What are the pre-requisite requirements to become admitted to All-State Career?

To qualify for admissions, in most cases you must be a high school graduate or its equivalent. All applicants are required to complete a personal information sheet. During a personal interview with our admissions staff, we will review your career goals to help you find the right program to fit your needs. Every individual will be given the opportunity to tour the facility, meet with Financial Aid, and enroll in the next available classes.  Please contact your local campus Admissions Advisor for more information on admission requirements.


Can All-State Career help me in determining whether I qualify for Financial Aid?

Yes, All-State Career is an eligible school under the Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs. Tuition financing plans are tailored to the needs of each individual student. Financial aid is available to those students who qualify. The Financial Aid Department assists students in the understanding of the application process and the eligibility requirements for various federal, state and/or private sources of student financial aid.

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How do I obtain my transcript?

All requests for student transcripts must be made in writing to the Registrar’s Office at your local campus.  Campus email addresses are provided below. 

Campus Email
All State Career - Baltimore
All-State Career School - Essington Trades
All-State Career School - Essington Health Sciences
All-State Career School - Pittsburgh