North-West College (NWC) Prepares to Open New Campus in Van Nuys, California
Current Pasadena Campus to Move to Van Nuys Location
As part of its commitment to offering convenient locations throughout Southern California, North-West College (NWC) recently purchased a two-story building on Haynes Street in Van Nuys. The acquisition comes after NWC leadership learned of demolition plans for the building that currently houses the College's Pasadena Campus, located at 530 East Union Street. For more than 30 years, North-West College Pasadena has trained students in short-term programs for gainful employment and will continue that mission from its new home in Van Nuys.
"The new Van Nuys Campus is centrally located—close to the heart of the valley," explained Chief Strategy Officer Serjik Kesachekian. "We are excited to dive into that community and offer the quality programs North-West College is known for to the residents of Van Nuys and its surrounding cities."
Slated for completion later this year, the Van Nuys Campus will offer a variety of health care programs. The facility is currently undergoing extensive renovations to provide students with appropriate classroom space for each program.
At North-West College, learning involves a blend of in-class instruction and hands-on training—a combination that allows students to cement their newfound knowledge and gain valuable skills. These renovations will allow the Van Nuys Campus to continue that training model. In addition, the new campus will house offices for Team Members, along with a student union area, giving students a place to gather, eat, and study between classes.
"Our goal is to create an exceptional new learning space for our students," Kesachekian shared. "We know how crucial it is to have the right environment in which to grow and learn, and we are committed to providing that to our students from day one."
NWC is also committed to helping students currently attending the College's Pasadena Campus to complete their education. These individuals will have the option to finish their program at North-West College's new Van Nuys Campus. They may also be able to attend a different NWC campus or complete their courses at its sister school, Glendale Career College (GCC).
To learn more about North-West College's Van Nuys Campus or to enroll in one of NWC's programs, please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu.
Featured Career & Health Care News
January 23, 2019 - WEST COVINA, Calif.—Students and Team Members at North-West College (NWC) joined together to take on a number of service projects during the 2018 holiday season—all with the goal of giving back to the surrounding communities. From food and clothing drives to visiting local nursing homes, the efforts made a lasting positive impact on all involved.
January 23, 2019 - LAS VEGAS, Nevada—Students and Team Members at Nevada Career Institute (NCI) partnered with local organizations to spread joy during the 2018 holiday season. Their volunteer efforts included hosting a food drive and taking on a Winter Spirit Project with the goal of making a difference for those in need in the Las Vegas community.
January 23, 2019 - WEST COVINA, Calif.—Success Education Colleges (SEC) recently recognized Totally Kids as its 2018 Clinical Partner in Success. A prestigious distinction given to one of SEC’s clinical partners each year, the honor underscores the ongoing clinical partnership between the Colleges and Totally Kids, a pediatric subacute center located in Sun Valley, Calif.
January 23, 2019 - LONG BEACH, Calif.—The California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS) recently recognized North-West College (NWC) student Mary Smith as the recipient of the 2018 Norma Ford Memorial Scholarship. Open to nursing students at any CAPPS member school, the award honors the late Norma Ford’s more than 28 years of service in the private career school sector.
January 23, 2019 - WEST COVINA, Calif.—In recognition of his many professional and personal achievements, Success Education Colleges President Mitchell Fuerst was appointed a Knight of the Order of Constantine the Great and Saint Helen. The knighthood, which Fuerst received at the September 22 Investiture at the Waldorf-Astoria in Beverly Hills, also recognizes the President’s unwavering dedication to giving back to the communities the Colleges serve.