Remington College At-A-Glance How is Remington College different from a traditional college or university? What are the benefits of attending Remington College? How does Remington College compare with other technical schools and career colleges? If you need a quick, at-a-glance look at Remington College, check out the key items below: Accreditation: Remington College is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Entrance Exams: Each prospective student will take the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam test when applying for admission. But if you’ve already earned an associate degree or higher from an accredited college, no entrance exam is required. Financial Aid: Financial aid is available for those who qualify, as are grant, loan, and scholarship opportunities.(1) Previous Education Requirements: Depending on your program, you may only need to show proof of a high school diploma or GED to gain admission to Remington College. Degree and Diploma Programs: We offer more than 30 programs across our 16 U.S. locations. Class Schedules: Day or evening classes are available in select programs, as are online and hybrid programs to help fit school into your busy life. Qualified Instructors: All Remington College Instructors are qualified and experienced in the field in which they’re teaching. Class Sizes: We try to keep our classes small to encourage individualized, one-on-one attention from your instructor. History: Since 1987, more than 76,000 students have become graduates of Remington College and its predecessor companies. Student Support: We are all teachers at Remington College, and whether you need to find the right program of study, get help with an admissions application, compare accreditation and licenses, register for certification exams, or pursue employment once you graduate, we are here to support you.(2) Schedule a campus tour to learn more about the Remington College difference and see how you’ll fit in!