Is Vincent Career College Accredited?

No. Vincent Career College is not an accredited institution recognized by the U.S Department of Education.  According to the US Department of Education, the goal of accreditation is to ensure that institutions of higher education meet acceptable levels of quality. This is a voluntary process and our goal is to one day become fully accredited. Many of our programs are recognized by state or national certification boards and allow our students to sit for state or national exams.


Will my degree or credential be recognized or accepted by employers?

Each employer sets standards or requirements for academic requirements. However, many will require academic credentials to be authentic and issued by colleges or universities with the authority to do so by the state agency. Vincent Career College is registered with the state of Utah to confer certificates, diplomas,s and degree programs. Vincent Career College is a registered Private Post Secondary Institution. 


Can I transfer my credits to another college or university?

Credit transfer is based on each school’s policies regarding:

Our course content in most cases is exactly the same as what you’d study in any traditional classroom-based college program. And now that most brick-and-mortar colleges embrace online learning, transferring our credits should become less of a concern. However, we do encourage students who are thinking of transferring to contact the receiving school ahead of time, to ensure all credits will transfer.

  • How closely our curriculum matches that of the receiving school

  • The minimum course grade requirements of the receiving school

  • Overall acceptance of online course credits by the receiving school


Is federal financial aid or loans available?

No. Vincent Career College does not offer federal financial aid or loans. We offer affordable tuition and interest-free payment plans. We accept loan payments from private banks and institutions. Please click here for the loan disclosure document.