Everest Institute-Hialeah (Closed 2013)

  • At our Hialeah campus, we are dedicated in giving you the training and skills needed to succeed in your career choice. We are able to provide our students with a great learning environment. Our modern facility offers smart-boards, computers, and fully stocked laboratories. Our students are given the opportunity to practice the skills they have acquired in a real-world setting. Our student services department is committed to helping students with their needs. These may include, but not limited to, childcare, health care, academic, transportation and domestic needs. Our Ambassadors, who are current students, provide a very resourceful and supportive environment. They help their fellow student’s with their concerns and ensure that their goals are met. The Ambassadors play a major role during Student Appreciation Day when students are given the opportunity to bond with each another.
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School Overview

    Everest Institute-Hialeah(FL) Community College Avg.
    Carnegie ClassificationBaccalaureate / Associates CollegesBaccalaureate / Associates Colleges
    Institution LevelLess than 2 yrsFour or more years
    Institution ControlPublicPrivate, non-profit

    Student Body

    • The Everest Institute-Hialeah diversity score of 0.00 is less than the state average of 0.60. The school's diversity has declined by 100% over five years.
    % Unknown races
    100%
    -
    Diversity Score0.000.60
    College Completion Rate (Year 2013)
    56%
    58%
    Average Graduate Earnings (10 Years)$26,900$30,300

    Finances and Admission

      % Students Receiving Some Financial Aid (Year 2013)100%93%
      Median Debt for Graduates (Year 2013)$9,500$10,244
      Median Debt for Dropouts (Year 2013)$4,859$4,795
      Acceptance Rate (Year 2010)57%74%
      Source: 2013 (or latest year available) IPEDS

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