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Accredited by the Council of Occupational Education
Registered and licensed by the Bureau of Proprietary School of Supervision
To view the Institutions Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program Disclosure please Click here.
To view the most recent Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program Biennial Review please Click here
If you wish to seek treatment resources off-campus, the following list will help you find resources in your community.
Alcoholics Anonymous – 212.870.3400
Adult Children of Alcoholics – 310.534.1815
National Drug Information Treatment and Referral Hotline – 800.662-HELP
National Association of State Alcohol/Drug Abuse Directors – 202.293.0090
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information – 800.729.6686
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – 800.NCA.CALL
If you wish to seek resources off-campus, the following list will help you find resources in your community.
The National Center for Victims of Crime – 800.FYI.CALL
National Organization for Victim Assistance – 202.232.6682
U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime – 202.307.5983
National Domestic Violence Hotline – 800.799.SAFE
To comply with New York State regulations, Access Careers provides students, faculty and staff with information regarding sexual assault prevention, the legal consequences of sex offenses, the availability of counseling and support services, and the school’s policies and security procedures.
The entrance to the campus building is always locked and students need to be buzzed in. Students are asked not to stay in the building except during the hours of the school’s operation.
These hours are as follows:
Monday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 9:30 pm
Friday through Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Access Careers has a recorded video surveillance camera system and can be viewed at any time /anywhere by management.
Access to all facilities including offices, classrooms, lounges, and libraries is by key only when classes are not in session. Students are asked to remain in their classrooms or in the lounge areas during class breaks. A member of the administrative staff must accompany prospective students when they tour the school. Strangers are not permitted to loiter in any area of the school. Students, faculty and staff are asked to notify the administration immediately if they see a suspicious person or activity at any time.
To view the 2014 annual security / fire report of the institution please Click here
To view the 2013 annual security / fire report of the institution please Click here
To view the most current crime statistics of the Town of Hempstead please Click here
If you are not a registered voter, we encourage all students to register to vote. For registration details please click here
|Program Name||Duration in Hours||Tuition Fee||Reg Fee||Total Tuition|
|Medical Assistant||900||$ 12,400||$ 100||$12,500|
|Programming Specialist||900||$ 12,400||$ 100||$12,500|
Medical Assistant 71%
Please note that figures reflect placement rates from July 1, 2015, until June 30, 2016. They have been reported to the Council of Occupational Education (Accreditation Agency) & BPSS a part of the New York State Education Department.
Medical Assistant 75%
Access Careers has high job placement rates, extensive financial counseling within the Financial Aid department, and a continued line of communication between the borrower and the Financial Aid office during the repayment period.
Please contact our office at (516) 433-0034, if you are having difficulty repaying your loan due to any of the following circumstances:
Employed part-time (30 or less hours per week)
Experiencing economic hardship
Currently enrolled at another school
Repaying your student loan is very important. We are here to help.
What is forbearance? If you can’t make your scheduled loan payments, but don’t qualify for a deferment, your loan servicer may be able to grant you a forbearance. With forbearance, you may be able to stop making payments or reduce your monthly payment for up to 12 months. Interest will continue to accrue on your subsidized and unsubsidized loans (including all PLUS loans). Please call us for help.
What is deferment? A deferment is a period during which repayment of the principal and interest of your loan is temporarily delayed. To request a deferment please make an appointment to meet with our Financial Aid Representative to request this.
For information on diversity of the student body, including percentage of enrolled, full-time students who are male, female, self-identified members of a major racial or ethnic group please click here.