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VC to hold Spring 2022 Allied Health Continuing Education classes
VICTORIA, Texas – Victoria College is accepting application for its Spring 2022 Allied Health Continuing Education classes. Both VC’s Main Campus and Gonzales Center will hold classes in the spring.
Deadline for applications is Nov. 30. You must have completed all required vaccinations when delivering your application. You can access applications and a Spring 2022 schedule at VictoriaCollege.edu/HealthCareProfessions.
VC’s Main Campus will offer the following classes in the spring:
VC’s Gonzales Center will offer the following classes in the spring:
“These classes usually fill up fast, so those interested need to get their applications to us as soon as possible,” said Shari Gould, VC’s Allied Health Continuing Education director. “Applicants who are accepted will be notified via email Dec. 1-3.”
You can deliver your application in person to Suite 136 in the Health Sciences Center on VC’s Main Campus, 2200 E. Red River Street in Victoria. You can also email your completed applications to [email protected] Financial aid will also be available for those in need.
You can find more information on the class offerings by calling 361-582-2412. You can also visit VictoriaCollege.edu/HealthCareProfessionals for more information.
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