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Salter College

Overview

Students attending Salter College, a private two-year college with campuses in Chicopee and West Boylston, Massachusetts, can pursue a technical education and training for their desired professional career. Originally founded in 1937 as a school for secretaries, the school continues to offer students a relevant education to help them pursue a career and be competitive in their field. A variety of certificate programs and associate degrees are available through Salter College, which uses a real-world career-focused approach to learning to help students accumulate new skills and knowledge.

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Points of Distinction

  • Culinary arts, massage therapy, medical assisting and additional programming
  • Emphasis on hands-on learning and real-world applications
  • Student externships
  • Graduate placement assistance, including resume preparation
  • Accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)

Faculty

Faculty members bring extensive experience into the classroom and have backgrounds in the fields that they teach. They have been specifically selected due to the expertise and knowledge they have about their fields as well as their desire to help guide and educate students. In the classroom, they make use of hands-on and real-world instruction so that students can build connections to their learning. Staff at Salter College also follow a core set of values that include diversity, respect, student success, accountability, assessment and honesty.

Student Life

Students at Salter College often complete externships that give them the opportunity to work in a real-life setting, but also to gain insight about the expectations and responsibilities of their chosen field. They can take advantage of the school's Career Services Department, which utilizes a Career Directions Seminar to help them gain a better understanding about the job search process. In addition, they can receive personalized Career Services sessions to help them more specifically identify their goals and seek help in overcoming any frustrations or hurdles.

Sources:

  1. About Us, Salter College. http://www.saltercollege.com/About-Us/15/
  2. History, Salter College. http://www.saltercollege.com/History/56/
  3. Programs, Salter College. http://www.saltercollege.com/Programs/18/

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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