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Associate degree and bachelors degree programs from Virginia College give you the most direct path to a new career. Enjoy flexible class schedules and small class sizes. Choose a program area or campus location to learn about college degree programs near you, or call or click for more information!
The College was founded by the Atlantis Group, Inc., in 1983 and then purchased by Career Futures, Inc., in 1989. The College opened its first branch campus in Birmingham, Alabama, in February 1992, and this became the main campus in 1995. In April 1993, the College opened its second branch campus in Huntsville, Alabama. In 1997, Virginia College received senior college recognition from the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools(ACICS) which now accredits all programs at the school's campuses.
Education Corporation of America acquired Virginia College in mid 1999. The College opened its third branch campus in Jackson, Mississippi, in January 2000. Medical Career Centers in Pensacola, Florida, and Mobile, Alabama, became part of the Virginia College family in July 2001. A fourth branch campus was opened in Austin, Texas, in January 2002. Subsequent additions are Virginia College in Biloxi, Mississippi, which held its first classes in November 2005, Virginia College School of Business and Health in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which opened in October 2006, Virginia College in Montgomery, Alabama, which opened in April 2008, and Virginia College in Greenville, South Carolina, which offered its first class in October 2008. Virginia College in Jacksonville, Florida, which opened in April 2009. The most recent additions are the Augusta, Georgia campus, which is scheduled to open in June 2009, and the Charleston, South Carolina campus, which is scheduled to open in October 2009.
Virginia College also offers educational opportunities to students anywhere via the internet while allowing students located near on-ground campuses to have a choice of taking classes online, in the traditional classroom, or in a combination of both.