Vista College Lubbock

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Enroll in a New Future at Vista College

Earn a Certificate, Diploma or Associate Degree in one of many careers!

Vista College offers numerous educational programs in Business, Healthcare, Technology and many other trades. Get the edge you need when looking for a new career or seeking to move up in your current occupation. The focused instruction and hands-on training offered at Vista College helps prepare you for the day-to-day challenges you’ll face in the real world.

Select from the following programs at the Vista College campus in Lubbock, Texas:

Certificates and Diplomas

  • Cosmetology
  • HVAC
  • Vocational Nurse

Associate Degrees

  • Business Management
  • Information Technology
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Insurance Billing and Coding
  • Veterinary Technician

Vista College offers detailed instruction and in-depth training. We also provide additional tools you’ll need to gain a competitive edge in your job search after graduation.

Take advantage of these Vista College services:

  • Day or evening classes
  • Learn from industry experts
  • Convenient class schedules
  • Career Services Assistance for graduates
  • Financial aid available for those who qualify
  • Plus much more!

Enroll in a fresh start today at Vista College!

Vista College is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE).

Vista College is recognized as being a military friendly college through the Servicemembers Opportunities Colleges (SOC).

Vista College
4620 50th Street, Ste 14
Lubbock, Texas 79414

Programs Available at Vista College Lubbock:

Vista College Lubbock Campus:

  • Lubbock

    Training at Vista College in Lubbock, Texas

    The certification programs offered at Vista College in Lubbock, TX are a fast way to begin a career. No matter which courses you decide to take, each class is specifically designed to prepare you for the future — and this training will get you there in two to four months.

    Vista College offers schooling that will lead you straight into your career. Training courses in computer operating systems enable students just like you to complete certificates in advanced technical support. If administrative or office careers are where your interests lie, CCC offers training programs preparing you for health care administration or office administration certification exams. A combined education in health care and office administration can make you a higher-demand candidate in the job market.

    The ultimate goal of each Vista College certification preparation course or program is to equip students with the technical, medical, and administrative skills they will need for their future careers.

    Why should I train for a career in Lubbock, TX?

    Lubbock, TX is sometimes called the “Hub City” because of its convergence of choice educational institutions, a thriving health care industry, and a strong economy. The city has a high employment rate and a low cost of living, so Lubbock is a prime location for any career professional. Its 277 days of sunshine each year, combined with a mild winter season, make Lubbock, TX a pleasant place to live. The area is primarily known for its cotton industry, but is also a major supplier of bell peppers, peanuts, and grapes. In fact, 45% of Texas State’s wine is produced in Lubbock.

    Music is a source of pride in Lubbock. The city was the birthplace of Buddy Holly, and his memory and music are commemorated at the Buddy Holly Center. This museum has Holly artifacts and memorabilia, as well as memorabilia of other West Texas musicians, on display. Every year the city holds a music festival in honor of these musicians, which enhances Lubbock’s creative and artistic communities. Year round, the Depot Entertainment District, a perennial city hot spot, provides live music and entertainment for people to enjoy.

    Lubbock, TX showcases its historical background, as well. The First United Methodist Church in Lubbock has one of the largest stained glass windows in the world, drawing large numbers of visitors. Most of the glider pilots in World War II were trained in Lubbock; the city’s Silent Wings Museum honors these men. In March of 2009, Lubbock will hold a centennial bash. A committee is organizing community events to celebrate and commemorate the history of Lubbock.

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