- Is Campus right for you?
- Admissions events
- Application process
- Transfer students
- Veterans & military
- Admissions team
Is Campus right for you?
If you're looking for a world-class education that will set you up for success no matter what your next step is, then Campus might be the place for you. The Campus experience is built for students who are looking to:
Transfer into a four-year degree
Our program is regionally accredited (considered the most prestigious and widely-recognized type of accreditation) and courses are designed to be maximally transferable.
Start your own business
Build the knowledge, insight, connections, business acumen and confidence needed to launch your own business.
Launch your career
Earn a credential or an Associate degree; learn the skills and gain the experience employers in your field are looking for.
Join us for a live admissions event
Learn more about the Campus experience and get to know members of the team by attending a live, online admissions event.
To be eligible for admissions, students must have earned their high school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED) by the start of the term for which they are applying.
Complete the admission application. For most students this will take about 10-15 minutes.
Schedule and complete your admissions interview. This live interview takes place over the phone with a member of our admissions team. This usually takes around 15 minutes and is a required part of the process.
Provide proof of graduation from high school or GED equivalent (an unofficial transcript is acceptable).
Apply for financial aid
Apply for financial aid. While this is not required for admissions, we strongly recommend that students complete their FAFSA as soon as possible. We also encourage all interested students to meet with our financial aid specialist to discuss your options for paying for school. Give us a call at 888-675-2460 to talk to a member of our Admissions team.
Admission qualification is determined on an individual basis, and admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis.
Campus welcomes transfer students from other colleges and universities. We know that life can sometimes get in the way when you're starting college and also that despite the best of intentions, not every student and school are a good match. If you're looking to transfer or possibly restart your college journey, we'd love to connect.
Campus generally accepts transfer credits for equivalent courses taken in the last ten years as long as:
- Credit has been issued by an accredited institution; we will also consider courses that have been recommended for credit by the American Council on Education
- You earned a grade of C or higher (or Pass for courses delivered via Pass/Fail)
- Course must fill a program or graduation requirement for the program to which you are applying
Campus will also consider scores from AB, AP, CLEP, and Dantes for credit; please speak with an admissions advisor for more details.
Transfer applicants should contact their former school(s) and request the official transcripts be sent to:
5221 Madison Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95841
Campus is eligible for U.S. veteran and active military educational benefits.
Specific eligibility criteria, assistance coverage, and application processing differ from service to service, so check to see how your education is covered in your branch's Tuition Assistance program.
Veterans Education Benefits:
- Montgomery GI Bill® (Chapter 30): Provides up to 36 months of education benefits.
- Special Vocational Training (Chapter 31): Provides tuition, books, fees, and housing assistance to qualified applicants with a 20% or higher VA disability rating.
- Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 35): Provides up to 45 months of education benefits to eligible dependents (son, daughter, spouse) of veterans.
- Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606): Provides Montgomery GI Bill® benefits to members of the Selected Reserve (Army Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, Army National Guard, Air National Guard).
- Reserve Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 1607): Provides reservists who were activated for at least 90 days with benefits or increased benefits.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program (VRRAP)
VRRAP offers education and training for high-demand jobs to Veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are at least 22 years old, but not older than 66, not rated as totally disabled because you can't work, not enrolled in a federal or state jobs program, and not eligible for other Veterans educational benefits at the time of application, you may qualify.
Veterans Retraining Assistance Program
The Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) program enables veterans to transition more successfully into civilian life by expanding their training and educational opportunities. Technical colleges tailor their programs to match market needs, making them a great place for veterans to start looking for eligible career programs. Learn more: http://www.benefits.va.gov/vow
Campus Earns 2022-23 Military Friendly® School Designation
Campus has earned the 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School designation. Institutions earning the Military Friendly® School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from a proprietary survey. More than 1,800 schools participated in the 2022-2023 survey with 665 earning awards level designations in Gold, Silver, and Bronze.
Campus earned these designations.
2022-2023 MFS Status: Friendly.
2022- 2023 MFS Award Rank: Silver.
Please contact an admissions advisor at 888-675-2460 to learn more.
Meet the Campus Admissions Team
Director, Online Admissions
Michael Boothroyd has over 20 years of admissions experience and working in the educational space, including notable leadership roles at the Flatiron School and Kaplan Test Prep. He has a deep passion for putting students' needs first and supporting them as they navigate the admissions process.
Director, Sacramento Campus Admissions
Anita has started her admissions career as an admissions advisor at MTI College before becoming the director of admissions for our Sacramento campus. Prior to Campus, Anita held a number of managerials and customer service roles with Bank of America.
April Pecora has worked in the Chicago area as an admissions advisor for over 20 years, working for a variety of schools and guiding students to careers in fields including technology, business, digital media, teaching, and more. She is also a volunteer with Chicago Scholars, an organization that assists underserved public high school students in their college search.
Che Hawkins has valuable experience in organizing within the higher ed space and teaching at the high school level. A proud Fordham alumna, Che earned an M.S. in Teaching Adolescent Social Studies. A personal mission of hers is to share affordable pathways to pursue education.
Marceline Salomon-DeBrosse is a driven higher education professional who has been empowering students through education and technology as an advisor, student support coach, and wellness coach. She has over eight years of experience in the field, and when she’s not supporting students in their academic journey, she’s traveling with family and friends.
Financial Aid Specialist
Stephanie Zeppenfelt is a financial aid expert and wonder woman who has been administering federal student aid for 13 years and counting. She has held positions at the University of the Arts and the Community College of Philadelphia, helping students navigate the FAFSA process. She is also an active member of the executive council of the Pennsylvania Association of Student Financial Aid. She knows her stuff!
What to expect after you are admitted
Meet Your Coach
Your coach will be with you from day one through graduation and will help set you up for success right out of the gate.
As an enrolled student, you’ll take a reading and writing assessment in order for us to determine the best level of academic support to support your long term success.
Attend Student Orientation
Get to know the Campus team and your fellow students at this inspiring live event.
Classes are held live, online, and students are expected to be present. Classes meet Monday through Thursday and take place between 6pm and 10pm Eastern Time (3-7pm Pacific Time).