Las Vegas College
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Las Vegas College, a for-profit college in Henderson, Nevada, is now Everest College offering its students diplomas and associate degrees in comprehensive programs in the business, administrative, health care, computer and legal fields.
History of Las Vegas College
Founded in 1979 in Las Vegas by Betty Krolak under the name Krolak Business Institute, Barbara A. and E.T. Paulus purchased the Institute in December of 1980 and incorporated it under the name of TO-Ba Corporation.
In 1986, the Institute was licensed to offer associate degrees and soon changed its name to Las Vegas Business College. It was acquired by Rhodes Colleges, Inc. on Oct 17, 1996 and was changed to Las Vegas College.
In 2003, the school opened a branch campus in Henderson, Nevada. In 2005, the main campus moved to the Henderson branch. It wasn't until August 10, 2009 before Las Vegas College became Everest College.
Former Las Vegas College campus
- Everest College Henderson
- 170 N. Stephanie Street
- Henderson, NV 89074
Everest College - Henderson campus, formerly Las Vegas College, occupies a 31,700-square-foot (2,950 m2) facility housing its classrooms, labs, library and administrative offices.
The school is owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc.
Programs offered at Henderson
- Business Administration
- Criminal Justice
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Insurance Billing and Coding