Remington College’s highest priority is the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. As such, we are continuing to monitor the ongoing spread of the Coronavirus and will take appropriate action to protect our students, faculty, and staff when information becomes available. More information will be shared on this website as it becomes available.
For the latest updates as well as information about how to prevent COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
AIn response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Remington College will be offering an Economic Hardship Grant of $1,000 to eligible students that enroll on or after 3/26. For students to be eligible to receive the Economic Hardship Grant, they must start and activate as a student at Remington College for elgibile start dates. Along with the Economic Hardship Grant, Remington College will also defer out of pocket payment 90 days for these students from their start date.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.
All programs are currently eligible for the Economic Hardship Grant.
Remington College received education stabilization funds under the CARES Act. This Fund Report applies to the student portion received under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund that is designated exclusively for emergency financial aid grants to students. Click here for information on how this impacts you as a student.
After monitoring and reviewing the newest COVID-19 data coming out of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we are moving our Remington College Texas campus classes online (no in-person labs) effective 6/29/20. The Remington College Texas campuses are Dallas, Fort Worth, North Houston-Greenspoint, and the North Houston Satellite location in Webster, TX. Students are asked not to return to campus until further notice. Essential campus operations are continuing but will be conducted through virtual administrative support (remote work).
We are looking forward to having our students back on campus for hands-on labs.
Remington College has implemented the following safeguards for our students, faculty, and staff’s health and safety.
In addition, we have reduced class sizes, revised start and end lab times for students, and labs have been reconfigured for social distancing requirements.
We ask that you take the following preventative measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Remington College safety guidelines and best practices can be accessed by going here.
Are Students Required to Participate in Hands-On Lab Training?
No, while many students may want to get back to training in hands-on labs, we understand that some students may feel uncomfortable returning to campus at this time. We are ready to welcome them back but we want to ensure they are comfortable with the timing of their return. Any student electing to not return for labs must communicate with the Campus Administration for further information.