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Why Ross?

Students choose Ross for a variety of reasons – but what differentiates Ross from other education providers can be summarized in three words: Fast, Focused, Friendly.

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  • Fast

    All of the programs offered at Ross Medical Education Center are designed to eliminate unnecessary classes, which means getting into the workforce FAST.

  • Focused

    Most of our programs can be completed within nine months or less. During that time the instructional staff at Ross is FOCUSED on just one thing: Allied Healthcare Education.

  • Friendly

    Classes are small. Students come first. The entire school community seems like a family. It’s a FRIENDLY place to be taught new skills and prepare for success in the healthcare field.

Recent News & Events

Read about the exciting happenings from around our 30 campuses.

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  • Port Huron Sends Cards to Troops

    Ross Medical Education Center Red Cross Port Huron

    The Port Huron campus of Ross Medical Education Center partnered with the American Red Cross to send holiday cards expressing gratitude to the men and women of the Armed Forces. With many service members and veterans separated from their families this holiday season due to deployments and hospital stays, the American Red Cross Holiday Mail […]

  • Morgantown Helps Scott’s Run Feed Community

    Ross Medical Education Center Scotts Run Morgantown

    Ross Medical Education Center in Morgantown recently held a food drive benefiting the local food pantry at Scott’s Run Settlement House. The campus had a goal to donate at least 200 food items to the organization. Students from all three programs, Medical Assistant, Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration, and Pharmacy Technician, worked together to […]

  • Charleston Sends Holiday Mail to Heroes!

    Ross Medical Education Center Charleston American Red Cross

    To kick-off the holiday season, students and staff at Ross Medical Education Center in Charleston, West Virginia decided to participate in the American Red Cross’ “Holiday Mail for Heroes” program. Students, staff, and faculty were given cards and asked to write well wishes to military men and women. Everyone on the campus responded enthusiastically, taking […]