Do you know anyone who could benefit from a conversation about what their best next step might be? Our mission is to change lives by helping people achieve their career and personal goals. We are happy to take the time to have a one-on-one discussion with anyone you think can benefit from a goal-based discussion. They will walk away with a Career Action Plan (CAP) regardless of their goals or interest in further education.
So many students say that Herzing “feels like family”, so we promise to treat your friends and family with the same personal touch. And if you let us know you referred them, we would love to reach out to you personally to thank you.
* The American Bar Association does not approve paralegal/legal studies programs that are delivered entirely online. The Associate of Science in Legal Assisting / Paralegal and the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies are approved by the American Bar Association for classroom delivery at the Atlanta and New Orleans Campus locations of Herzing University only.
Accreditation & Licensing: Herzing University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association. The Higher Learning Commission can be contacted at www.ncahlc.org or 800.621.7440.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at: http://www.herzing.edu/student-data.html
Accreditation: All Herzing College locations in Canada are approved by provincial authorities, which review the approvals periodically. In Ontario, campuses in both Ottawa and Toronto are registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. In Quebec, the Montreal campus is registered as a private career college under the 1968 Act respecting Private Education, RSQ, C E-9. The Toronto, Ottawa and Winnipeg Campuses are also accredited by the Canadian Education and Training Accreditation Commission (CETAC).
Accréditation: Tous les campus du Collège Herzing au Canada sont approuvés par les autorités provinciales qui examinent périodiquement l'octroi ou le renouvellement des permis. En Ontario, les campus d'Ottawa et Toronto sont enregistrés en tant qu'établissements de formation privés en vertu de la loi Private Career Colleges Act 2005 (loi sur la réglementation des collèges privés de formation professionnelle). Au Québec, le campus de Montréal est régi par la Loi sur l'enseignement privé de 1968 (LRQ, c. E-9). Les campus de Toronto, Ottawa et Winnipeg sont également accrédités par la Commission canadienne d'accréditation des établissements d'enseignement et de formation (CCAEEF).