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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Does American National College accept Financial Aid?
    Yes. American National College participates in the Department of Education's Title IV funding program and accepts Financial Aid.

  2. When Can I enroll at American National College?
    American National College has Open Enrollment meaning there are constantly start dates for programs throughout the entire year, depending on the Program of Study. For our Medical Programs there is a start date every other week. For all programs please contact the school for exact start dates.

  3. I am an International Student, can I enroll?
    Yes, American National College accepts international students. AMNC can issue F1/M1 Student Visas to students to stay in the United States while studying.

  4. Who do I contact if I am an International Student?
    Contact American National College's International Student Affairs Office or email us at info@amnc.edu

  5. What is the Application Process if he/she wants to apply for a F1/M1 Student Visa and Study at American National College?
    Please visit http://www.amnc.edu/international for more information.

  6. Can I transfer my F1/M1 Student Visa to American National College?
    Yes, there is a simple transfer process and the school handles all of the paperwork needed to transfer seamlessly. For more information visit, http://www.amnc.edu/international

  7. Does American National College Have Flexible Scheduling?
    American National College offers Day, Evening and Weekend Classes to better suit each individual students needs.

  8. What Kind of Programs does American National College Offer?
    American National college offers Medical and Beauty Programs as well as English as a Second Language (ESL). Please visit: www.amnc.edu and view Programs of Study link.

  9. Does American National College offer Job Placement Assistance?
    Yes.  American National College offers Job Placement Assistance to give each student a jump start on their new exciting career. This service is only available to Permanent Residence or US Citizens.

  10. Is American National College Accredited?
    American National College is accredited by The Council on Occupational Education (COE), originally founded in 1971 as a regional accrediting agency of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, is the successor to the Commission on Occupational Education Institutions (COEI).

  11. Can American National College Issue I-20 visas to non-immigrant students?
    Yes. American National College is approved by SEVP to issue I-20 visas to non-immigrants. For more information please see: http://amnc.edu/international

  12. Do I need a High school Diploma to be accepted into American National College?
    Applicants for Admission to all programs must hold the minimum of a High School Diploma from an accredited or Ministry-recognized secondary institute or the official certification of successful GED completion.

  13. Can I transfer Credits to American National College?
    Criteria for determining if credits earned at post-secondary institutions are transferable are as follows: 1. A final grade from a post-secondary or higher institution equivalent to a "C" or higher. 2. Credits must have been awarded within the last seven (7) years. 3. The course is a requirement in the program for which the student has enrolled at the school. All transfer of credit decisions are made on a course by course basis. Please see: http://www.amnc.edu/Transfer-of-Credit

  14. Do I have to be proficient in English to attend courses at American National College?
    No, American National College offers English as a Second Language (ESL) to students that need to enhance their English Skills.  Each ESL course has levels called modules in which students are placed based on their individual needs.

  15. Are Payment options Available at American National College?
    Yes. American National College offers convenient monthly payment options.

  16. What is the Tuition at American National College?
    Please visit http://www.amnc.edu/tuition for more information.