Welcome to Remington College in Baton RougeSince opening our doors in July 1998, our Baton Rouge Campus has been honored to welcome people from all walks of life who have one key goal in common: career-focused, capital area training that can help them earn a college degree or diploma.(1)From the moment you set foot in our lobby, you'll experience the kind of supportive, welcoming environment that makes you confident about your decision to attend Remington College.Call or request information to see our Baton Rouge college for yourself.Programs offered at our Baton Rouge campus include Process Technology, Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, Cosmetology and more!In Touch with the Baton Rouge CommunityTo better serve our students, we're in regular touch with capital area representatives who visit the Campus, including:Local police/civic organizations like the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, the Baton Rouge Police Department and the Baton Rouge Constable's Office.Healthcare/pharmacy providers like LifeShare, HomeInstead, Amedisys, St Elizabeth Hospital, Stancola, United Blood Services, GPS Pharmacy, CVS, and Walgreens.Business and professional organizations including Advantage Personnel, Express Personnel, Cox, the Hilton Hotel, and the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce.These Baton Rouge professionals can help you relate your learning to what's happening on the job front in your community and may even serve as potential employment or networking resources once you graduate.(1)We sponsor the following events at our Baton Rouge college:Career Fairs, held twice a year, which include a "dress for success" and mock interview event. These events allow students get to meet business owners/managers who are looking to hire.(1)Bring a Friend to School Days, held twice each year. Students invite friends into the classroom so they can observe what the learning atmosphere is like at our Baton Rouge school.Senior Days, held each July for high school graduates who are starting programs at our Campus. These soon-to-be students attend a crawfish boil on Campus and get to meet key staff members and other students.We also find ways to give back through community efforts like:Blood drives, held quarterly and sponsored by United Blood Services.Food drives sponsored by the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, held every holiday season.Bone marrow drives, held once each year.Partnerships with local organizations like the Baton Rouge Zonta House and Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center (CAFVIC).Caring, Committed Baton Rouge College StaffFrom students to instructors to staff to department heads, everyone gets involved at our Baton Rouge college.Our Director of Admissions gets to know our students individually once they complete the enrollment process. Our students understand that she has an open-door policy and often go to her with questions that may arise as they complete their respective programs.Beginning at enrollment, our Director of Student Finance meets with students every four weeks to help them address any issues or concerns regarding financing their education.Our Director of Education meets with students during orientation, stops by classes regularly to visit, monitors students' attendance and academic progress, and helps them address any problems they might be having that would cause them to miss class.All of us work together each day to make your experience with Remington College in Baton Rouge productive, enlightening, informative - and worthwhile.Remington College - Baton Rouge Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).