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Quest College Catalog 11 – Addendum Vol. 4

 Catalog Addendum # 4

Addendum Effective: June 2, 2017

Quest College Corporate and Main Campus
5430 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 310
San Antonio, Texas 78229 (210) 366-2701
(210) 366-0738 Fax

 

Tuition and Fee Schedule

EFFECTIVE

06/02//2017

 

Program

 

Tuition

Registration Fee  

Total Tuition and Fees

CPR Seminar $55.00 $0 $55.00
EKG Seminar $1,625.00 $25.00 $1,650.00
Esthetician $10,895.00 $25.00 $10,920.00
Medical Assistant $17,250.00 $25.00 $17,275.00
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy EKG Technician Specialist

Dual Certificate

 

$19,350.00

 

$25.00

 

$19,375.00

 

Nurse Aide

 

$1,570.00

 

$25.00

 

$1,595.00

Patient Care Technician $19,350.00 $25.00 $19,375.00
Phlebotomy Seminar $1,625.00 $25.00 $1,650.00

 

Holiday 2017 2018
Martin Luther King Monday, January 16, 2017 Monday, January 15, 2018
Memorial Day Monday May 29, 2017 Monday, May 28, 2018
Independence Day Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Labor Day Monday September 4, 2017 Monday, September 3, 2018
Thanksgiving Recess Thursday-Friday November 23-24, 2017 Thursday-Friday November 22-23, 2018
Christmas/New Year Recess Monday Dec. 25, 2017 – Monday Jan. 1, 2018 Monday, Dec. 24, 2018 – Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019
Morning Programs Term Start Est. End Date Evening Programs Term Start Est. End Date Program Term Start Est. End Date
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 1/17/17 9/2017 MA Dual 1/30/17 3/2018 Esthetician 1/17/17 8/2017
Medical Asst 1/17/17 8/2017 MBC 1/30/17 2/2018 Esthetician 2/7/17 9/2017
Nurse Aide 1/17/17 2/2017 Medical Asst 1/30/17 1/2018 Esthetician 2/28/17 10/2017
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 2/6/17 10/2017 MA Dual 3/1/17 4/2018 Esthetician 3/21/17 10/2017
Medical Asst 2/6/17 9/2017 MBC 3/1/17 3/2018 Esthetician 4/11/17 11/2017
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 2/27/17 11/2017 Medical Asst 3/1/17 2/2018 Esthetician 5/2/17 12/2017
Medical Asst 2/27/17 9/2017 MA Dual 4/3/17 5/2018 Esthetician 5/23/17 1/2018
Nurse Aide 2/27/17 4/2017 MBC 4/3/17 4/2018 Esthetician 6/13/17 1/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 3/20/17 11/2017 Medical Asst 4/3/17 3/2018 Esthetician 7/5/17 2/2018
Medical Asst 3/20/17 10/2017 MA Dual 5/3/17 6/2018 Esthetician 7/25/17 3/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 4/10/17 12/2017 MBC 5/3/17 5/2018 Esthetician 8/15/17 3/2018
Medical Asst 4/10/17 11/2017 Medical Asst 5/3/17 4/2018 Esthetician 9/5/17 4/2018
Nurse Aide 4/10/17 5/2017 MA Dual 6/6/17 7/2018 Esthetician 9/26/17 5/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 5/1/17 1/2018 MBC 6/6/17 6/2018 Esthetician 10/17/17 5/2018
Medical Asst 5/1/17 11/2017 Medical Asst 6/6/17 5/2018 Esthetician 11/7/17 6/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 5/22/17 1/2018 MA Dual 7/10/17 8/2018 Esthetician 11/29/17 7/2018
Medical Asst 5/22/17 12/2017 MBC 7/10/17 7/2018 Esthetician 12/19/17 7/2018
Nurse Aide 5/22/17 6/2017 Medical Asst 7/10/17 6/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 6/12/17 2/2018 MA Dual 8/9/17 9/2018
Medical Asst 6/12/17 1/2018 MBC 8/9/17 8/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 7/3/17 3/2018 Medical Asst 8/9/17 7/2018
Medical Asst 7/3/17 1/2018 MA Dual 9/12/17 10/2018
Nurse Aide 7/3/17 8/2017 MBC 9/12/17 10/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 7/24/17 4/2018 Medical Asst 9/12/17 8/2018
Medical Asst 7/24/17 2/2018 MA Dual 10/16/17 12/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 8/14/17 4/2018 MBC 10/16/17 11/2018
Medical Asst 8/14/17 3/2018 Medical Asst 10/16/17 9/2018
Nurse Aide 8/14/17 9/2017 MA Dual 11/15/17 1/2019
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 9/5/17 5/2018 MBC 11/15/17 12/2018
Medical Asst 9/5/17 4/2018 Medical Asst 11/15/17 10/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 9/25/17 6/2018 MA Dual 12/19/17 2/2019
Medical Asst 9/25/17 4/2018 MBC 12/19/17 1/2019
Nurse Aide 9/25/17 10/2017 Medical Asst 12/19/17 11/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 10/16/17 6/2018
Medical Asst 10/16/17 5/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 11/6/17 7/2018
Medical Asst 11/6/17 6/2018
Nurse Aide 11/6/17 12/2017
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 11/28/17 8/2018
Medical Asst 11/28/17 6/2018
MA Dual, MBC, PCT 12/18/17 8/2018
Medical Asst 12/18/17 7/2018
Nurse Aide 12/18/17 1/2018

Key Staff and Faculty

President/CEO, Jeanne Martin
School Director, Sandy Clauss
Bookkeeper, Elizabeth Hubbard

 Admissions
Director of Social Media & Website/Senior Admission Representative, Courtney Schoonover
Admission Coordinator, Dee Aguilar
Admission Representative, Marlena Bonner
Admission In-bound Representative, Becky Held
Director of Human Resources, Linda Cortez
Director of Financial Aid, Sandy Clauss
Financial Aid Officer, Barbara Holdsworth
Financial Aid Officer, Anavell Gonzalez
Director of Faculty and Student Services, Christine Urdialez
Registrar, Denise Sosa
Assistant Registrar, Elizabeth Lyons
Education Department
Mary Alice Escobedo Instructor,
Toni Gonzalez Instructor,
Dr. Douglas Landrum Instructor,
Brenda Lopez Instructor,
Robert Mahone Instructor,
Quincy McWhite Instructor,
Krystal Mendez Instructor,
Ann Zapata Instructor

Replaces text on page 2 for the Admission Requirements:

Admission Requirements

To be admitted as a student in all programs, an applicant must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age or have parental approval and School Director acceptance.
  • Provide official evidence of a high school diploma or If a candidate for admission of a Title IV eligible program does not possess a high school diploma or GED, he or she may be eligible through one of the ATB alternatives (See ATB Alternatives section).  Nurse Aide applicants who do not possess a diploma or GED must pass a Wonderlic test. The Department of Defense’s document, DD form 214 will be accepted as a verification of high school diploma or its equivalent.
  • Complete a TWC Record of Previous Education and Training Form.
  • Complete a TWC Receipt of Enrollment Policies Form.
  • Completion of the Enrollment Agreement and a finance plan, as necessary.
  • Completion of a General Statement of Health for all programs.

Addition to catalog:

ABILITY-TO-BENEFIT (ATB) ALTERNATIVES

Student may become eligible for Title IV aid through the ATB alternative in one of two ways. If a student first enrolled in an eligible postsecondary program prior to July 1, 2012, the student may enroll in any eligible program and become eligible through one of the ATB alternatives. However, if a student first enrolled in an eligible postsecondary program on or after July 1, 2012, the student may only become eligible through one of the ATB alternatives if the student is enrolled in an “eligible career pathway program.”

The ATB alternatives include:

  • Passing an independently administered Department of Education approved ATB test with a Verbal score of 200 and a Quantitative score of 210.
  • Completing at least 6 credit hours or 225 clock hours that are applicable toward a degree or certificate offered by the postsecondary institution,
  • Completing a State process approved by the Secretary of Education.

Replaces text on page 30 for the Medical Assistant Program

PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

Day Classes or Lab: Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:00am-1:00pm.

Evening Classes or Lab: Monday – Thursday between the hours of 5:30pm – 9:30pm.

Externship is scheduled to mirror the hours of operation within the Extern site between 8AM – 5PM.

The Day students will be scheduled for a minimum of 30 hours per week externship.

The Evening students will be scheduled a minimum of 20 hours per week externship during the day.

Quest College curriculum uses a “wheel” format for this program. Students will take HP 101 and HP 102 prior to any other course.

Other courses stand independently and can be completed in any order subsequent to HP101 and HP 102.

Replaces text on page 31 for the Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy/EKG Technician Specialist Dual Program

CLASS SCHEDULE:

Day Classes or Lab: Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:00am-1:00pm. 
Evening Classes or Lab: Monday – Thursday between the hours of 5:30pm – 9:30pm.
Externship is scheduled to mirror the hours of operation within the Extern site between 8AM – 5PM.
The Day students will be scheduled for a minimum of 30 hours per week externship during the day.
The Evening students will be scheduled a minimum of 20 hours per week externship during the day.
Quest College curriculum uses a “wheel” format for this program. Students will take HP 101 and HP 102
prior to any other course.
Other courses stand independently and can be completed in any order subsequent to HP 101 and HP 102.

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