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The College Of Health Care Professions Austin, Texas

The College Of Health Care Professions Austin, Texas

6630 East Highway 290, Suite 180
Austin, TX  78723
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Visit our Austin, TX, Campus

CHCP's Austin campus is located in Airport Center, on the corner of Airport Blvd. and Highland Mall Blvd., two blocks northwest of the IH-35 and US 290. It is accessible by MetroRail, MetroRapid, and MetroBus.

The CHCP Austin campus hours of operation are as follows:

  • Monday - 9:00AM to 7:00PM
  • Tuesday - 9:00AM to 8:00PM
  • Wednesday - 9:00AM to 8:00PM
  • Thursday - 9:00AM to 8:00PM
  • Friday - 9:00AM to 4:00PM
  • Saturday & Sunday - Closed

The campus is conveniently located close to the following public bus route(s):

Metro Stop: 

Austin, TX Campus Features:

Student Ambassador Program

Classrooms and labs stocked with industry standard medical equipment

Designated student lounge and study areas

Frequently Asked Questions about the CHCP Austin Campus

How do I apply for a program at the Austin Campus?

If you are interested in applying to CHCP Austin, you can begin by filling out the application or visiting our campus. You can learn about the program application requirements on each program page. 

What is the price of the programs at CHCP? What is the cost of tuition at CHCP?

You can see the tuition information by visiting our Tuition and Financial Aid Section.

Can I apply for Financial Aid at CHCP?

Financial aid is available for those who qualify. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the key to obtaining federal financial aid such as grants, student loans, and more. We also offer scholarships and grants based on eligibility and/or need. To learn more about what financial aid options are available, check out our financial aid page.

What is Career Services? Does Career Services guarantee a job?

Career Services is built into every student's lifecycle at CHCP. Each campus has a Career Services Director and team that will work with the students to help them develop as health care professionals. 

How do I contact a staff member or department?

If you are looking to contact the staff member of a specific department, give our campus a call for more information. During our campus tours, we can work with the program directors to set up time to discuss your needs or questions about a program.

Do I need to submit SAT or ACT scores?

CHCP does not require students to submit their ACT or SAT scores upon enrollment. You are required to have a high school diploma or GED. Diplomas issued outside of the United States must be translated and notarized prior to enrollment. Students should be able to fluently read and write in English.

Are home school diplomas accepted?

We accept all high school diplomas or GEDs from locally recognized home school programs. If you are not sure, please bring your diploma and related paper work.

Why is the program I want not available at this campus?

While we currently may not offer the program you are looking for at the Austin Campus, we are constantly expanding our programs across all campuses. If a program is not offered here, you can also check our Online campus or another campus nearby (if applicable). 

What do I do if I am not accepted for the program I want to enroll in?

We have rolling admissions throughout the year. If we do not have a space open, we will work to get you into the next available program start.

Do we offer day and evening classes?

The CHCP Austin campus offers day and evening courses in many of our programs. We also offer innovative blended programs that provide the flexibility to fit into your busy schedule.

Does CHCP Austin accept students of all ages with different backgrounds or degrees?

Yes, CHCP has students from varying background and different stages in their lives. We strive to offer support in any way possible to help them reach their goals.

Will my credits transfer into a CHCP Program?

Depending on the types of courses you took and how long ago you received credit for them, you may be eligible to transfer credits into a qualifying program. Please be sure to provide your official transcript upon enrollment.

More about the CHCP Austin Campus

Austin is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. and is home to over 33 hospitals, making it a great place to start a career in the health care field. Whether you are looking for a medical assistant program or sonography program in Austin, CHCP offers a variety of flexible courses. CHCP will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to join exceptional health care teams at hospitals, nursing facilities, physician's, offices and other locations.

Just off 290 in the Airport Center, CHCP’s Austin campus location offers seven allied health care programs, including our Dental Assistant Certificate, to help tomorrow’s professionals gain the skills and credentials they need for a long and successful career in healthcare. Featuring many nearby parks, shopping centers, and entertainment options nearby, students at this centralized location can pursue a better future while enjoying all that the state’s capital city has to offer today. Austin is known as a music mecca, but it has a lot to offer, including world-class museums, fine dining, entertainment districts, art experiences, shops and boutiques, sports, and more. Opportunities can include everything from hiking Mount Bonnell and exploring Zilker Metropolitan Park to enjoying Sixth Street and more.

CHCP has been helping students achieve their professional goals of working in the health care field for over 30 years. CHCP has offered medical assistant programs, sonography programs, and more in Austin for the past 17 years. In 2002, CHCP acquired Career Advancement Center which became CHCP's Austin campus. In 2004, CHCP Austin moved to its current location on Airport Boulevard.

Ask about our innovative online programs and evening classes that provide the flexibility to fit into your schedule.

CHCP's Austin campus offers many training programs that can help you get started on the path to a new career in health care.

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