I Am A: Parent of a Student

Helping your student make the transition into college life can be nerve-wracking, but it shouldn’t be stressful. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered!

Our dedicated Admissions team is here to assist you and your student through the application process, step by step, including helping your student select the program that’s right for them and exploring financial aid options – we’ll even take you on a guided campus tour and introduce you and your student to their future faculty, to help you both rest easy that our school and their chosen program will be the perfect fit for your goals.


Why Clary Sage College?

Career Training:

Your son or daughter will be getting practical skills and training for in-demand jobs.

Career and Life Development:

Our 3-week introductory course, Career and Life Development, will help to ease your student into the college experience while learning invaluable real life skills like budgeting, resume building, and networking.


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We go the extra mile to ensure all students are well prepared to meet the demands of a workforce increasingly dependent on technology. All of our programs use a high-tech approach, embracing the latest apps, trends and tech tools for the classroom. Students receive a tablet or laptop, depending on their program, on their first day of class to use throughout the program – and it’s theirs to keep after graduation!

Hands-On Learning:

While classroom lectures are an important and beneficial way to receive information, we believe in learning by doing. That’s why after the lecture is over students have the opportunity to put their hands to work and train in their trade through simulated real-life experiences.

On Time:

Many of our programs are completed in less than one year. That's a few short months until your child is job ready and on their way to a great future.

What to bring

The student's High School Diploma or GED, Social Security card and photo ID. We'll also need your taxes for financial aid (students can bring their own taxes if they're supporting themselves).

Does your student need their GED? We offer a prep course here!

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