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Consumer Information and Gainful Employment Disclosures

  • Maryland
  • Pennsylvania
  • West Virginia

Welcome to our Consumer Information and Gainful Employment Disclosure website. Here you will find the campus catalog, tuition and fees, and other various consumer information that is required by federal regulations and in accordance with school policy. The information presented here is to help you make informed decisions about your education.

To select the campus you are interested in, please use the links to the left. Each campus is listed by state.

Consumer Information & Gainful Employment Disclosures - Baltimore Campus

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: 57% Retention Rate: 66%

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.

Advanced Tractor Trailer Driving
Certificate (CIP Code: 49.0205)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Class B CDL Truck Driving
Diploma (CIP Code: 49.0205)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Expanded Functions Dental Assisting
Diploma (CIP Code: 51.0601)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Diploma (CIP Code: 47.0201)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Medical Assisting
Diploma (CIP Code: 51.0801)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Medical Billing and Coding Administrator
Diploma (CIP Code: 51.0714)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Pharmacy Technology
Diploma (CIP Code: 51.0805)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View

Consumer Information & Gainful Employment Disclosures - Essington Campus

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: 55% Retention Rate: 60%

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.

Paramedic
Diploma (CIP Code: 51.0904)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Expanded Functions Dental Assisting
Certificate (CIP Code: 51.0601)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Certificate (CIP Code: 47.0201)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Medical Assisting
Certificate (CIP Code: 51.0801)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Medical Billing and Coding Administrator
Certificate (CIP Code: 51.0714)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Paramedic
Associate in Specialized Technology Degree (CIP Code: 51.0904)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View

Consumer Information & Gainful Employment Disclosures - Lester Campus

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: 43% Retention Rate: 67%

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.

Commercial Truck Driver Training
Diploma (CIP Code: 49.0205)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Welding Technology
Diploma (CIP Code: 48.0508)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View

Consumer Information & Gainful Employment Disclosures - Pittsburgh Campus

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: 72% Retention Rate: 79%

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.

Commercial Truck Driver Training
Diploma (CIP Code: 49.0205)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Diploma (CIP Code: 47.0201)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View
Welding Technology
Diploma (CIP Code: 48.0508)
For Gainful Employment Data: Print View

Consumer Information

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: % Retention Rate: %

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.

Consumer Information

The following links provide consumer information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education. For details regarding each category below, please hover over the titles. For more info please click here for a complete glossary of terms.

INSTITUTIONAL RATES (based on First-Time Students)
Graduation Rate: % Retention Rate: %

Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program:

The following is a list of the programs offered at this campus subject to the gainful employment disclosure requirements. To display the information regarding each program, please use the drop down boxes to the right. The gainful employment information will be displayed along with the tuition and fees for each program. Consumer information displayed below may not reflect only the campus selected. Information provided may be based on data from the campus selected plus additional Fortis campuses included under the same federal ID number.

State Licensure Requirements:

The state licensure requirements indicated within the Gainful Employment Disclosures refer to state mandatory licensing requirements for entry level positions only. Once a graduate obtains work experience, additional credentials or licensure may be required to progress forward within a profession. Please keep in mind that licensure exams and certification exams are not necessarily the same thing. Those professions requiring licensure by law, mandate a state license in order work in the profession. A license must be obtained prior to seeking employment. In some situations, a state may not require a licensure exam and will award a license if the individual can provide proof he/she has passed a certification examination. Certification represents the achievement of a level of professional competency. In some cases certification is voluntary though, it can be required or mandated by employers. Please understand that certain programs require state licensure for employment while other programs strongly encourage students to obtain specialized credentials so graduates can obtain a more qualified entry level position. Please refer to the institutions catalog for the state licensure requirements or credentialing exams for your program of interest.