Request More Information

By pressing Request Info above, you authorize Charter College to call you or text you information using the telephone number entered in the form above. You understand that communications may be initiated using an automatic telephone dialing system and that you are not required to provide this consent to be eligible to enroll or otherwise purchase additional services.
To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.

News Hub Archive

Filter News

News Hub Archive

jobs for the holidays
Charter News
December 13, 2017

It’s great to have a little extra cash around the holidays but when you already have a full plate, it’s not so easy to make time to earn it.

man preparing heating system for winter
Charter News
December 11, 2017

When winter weather hits, you want to be cozy and warm inside, safe from the wind and cold!

online coursemates in online programs
Charter News
December 7, 2017

One of the reasons people feel that online courses are a little

repairing a computer
Charter News
November 30, 2017

You’re in the middle of something important and your computer freezes. Or worse: it crashes! What do you do now?

Charter College Medical Assisting
Charter News
November 28, 2017

Have you always dreamed of a career where you could really make a difference in the lives of others?

businesswoman at a meeting
Charter News
November 22, 2017

A business degree can set you on a career path with a wide range of opportunities.

Dental Assistant interview
Charter News
November 20, 2017

As the saying goes, you get one chance to make a first impression.

preparing for a blood test
Charter News
November 15, 2017

Your blood can tell a doctor so much about your health.

one woman helping another on a computer
Charter News
November 13, 2017

So you’ve finally decided that can’t-get-to-campus is no longer a good enough excuse for not continuing your education.

Charter News
November 8, 2017

Charter College Pasco celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October with a variety of activities, ultimately raising nearly $1,100 for the T