American Broadcasting School Arlington

Overview of American Broadcasting School Arlington

American Broadcasting can be found in Arlington, TX (a large city). The school is a private, for-profit institution. The Certificate is the highest degree at American Broadcasting.

Areas of Study

The most common majors at the school are in media.

American Broadcasting Selectivity

American Broadcasting is welcoming, and offers open admission to students who meet its minimum qualifications.

Student Body

In 2007-2008, 63 students were enrolled in the school. A very high share of students at American Broadcasting are male.

The school reports its educational mission is:
"To provide the highest quality instructional service, focusing on an individual's ability to work with actual broadcast equipment in job-related activities to build confidence and increase skill levels toward achievement of the ultimate goal: job placement."

More complete details are provided below.

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Contacting American Broadcasting

American Broadcasting School
712 N Watson Road
Arlington , TX 76011
General Phone: (817) 695-2474

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American Broadcasting Programs and Degrees (2008-2009)

General CategoryDegreesMost Common Majors [see all]
Media39radio and television

Number of programs and degrees for American Broadcasting in 2008-2009:

Degree LevelTotal
Number of
Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years391

American Broadcasting Student Body

In 2007-2008, American Broadcasting had a total enrollment of 63 students (69 full-time equivalent).

Students By Class:

Group Percent
Undergraduate 100%

Racial Diversity:

Race Percent
White 39%
Black 40%
Hispanic 20%
Unknown 1%

Students by Age:

Age Percent
18-19 13%
20-21 14%
22-24 16%
25-29 25%
30-34 13%
35-39 8%
40-49 8%
50-64 3%

Incoming (Freshman) Students by Place of Residence:
(From available data sampling)


American Broadcasting Graduation, Retention, and Transfers

Retention Rates (2007):

Group Returning From
Previous Year
Full-Time 81 %

Graduation and Transfer Rates (2007):
(Graduation rate is percent of students graduating within 150% of the normal time.)

Item Percent
Graduating 76%

American Broadcasting Room and Board (2007)

The school does not offer campus housing.

(Please refer to our profile of Arlington, Texas for details about the area surrounding the campus. Also see our list of other Texas Colleges).

The school does not offer students a meal plan.

American Broadcasting Expenses and Financial Aid (2008-2009)

Financial Aid:
American Broadcasting participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. (The school's OPE ID is 3030802)

American Broadcasting Degree Programs (2007)

Radio and Television

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American Broadcasting Highlights

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What Sets American Broadcasting Apart:

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Male % of student body
(vs. all colleges)
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