350 Blackhawk Street
Aurora , CO 80011

General Information
Type: Career-oriented
Year Founded: 1994
Religious Affiliation: None
Academic Calendar:
Size of Undergraduate Student Body: 220
Geographical Setting: Urban

Application Fee: $50
Application Deadline: Rolling
Selectivity: Must have HS diploma or GED- We accept ATB students (no HS or GED required in select programs)

Tuition and Fees:
Massage Therapy Associate of Applied Science: $29,048.00
Massage Therapy Diploma: 14,476.00
Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science: 29,007.00
Medical Assistant Diploma: 14,475.00
Medical Billing & Coding Associate of Applied Science: 28,996.00
Medical Billing & Coding Diploma: 14,488.00
Limited Scope X-Ray Technician Associate of Applied Science 29,388.00
Limited Scope X-Ray Technician Diploma: 15,898.00
Pharmacy Technology Diploma: 13,896.00
Surgical Technologist Associate of Applied Science 34,484.00
Surgical Technologist Diploma: 25,868.00

Student Services
Basic Services Offered: Student services include academic tutoring and student activities, including volunteering and fundraising for local charities
Remedial Services Offered: Tutoring is available for all programs
Counseling Services Offered: Referrals provided

Career Services Offered: Yes; available for as long as the student remains in the profession he/she trained for.
Students That Enter the Job Market…
Within 6 Months of Graduation: 68%
Within 1 Year of Graduation: 80%
Within 2 Years of Graduation: Not available
Firms that Hire Most Graduates:
All Valley Home Care
Ascend Billing
Denver Health
Elements Massage
Exam One
Massage Envy
Premier Urgent Care
Rocky Mountain Family Medicine and Urgent Care
Schryver Medical Services
SkyRidge Medical Center
University Hospital
Zynex Medical Inc.

Does the school have a library on campus? – Yes
Is it a member of a library consortia? Yes, the Jones E-Global Library
Number of books, serial back files, and other material including government documents: 2,687
Number of current serial subscriptions: 17 Professional, 20 Commercial
Number of microforms: -0-
Number of audiovisuals: 106
Number of ebooks: -0-
Other library facilities: Aurora Public Library ( 1.4 miles)
Museums or other Special Academic Buildings on Campus: None

Is a computer course required? – Yes, for some programs
Is a computer required? – No
Number of available computers for all students: 70 (not including MBC classroom of 22)
Available internet access? – Yes
Available email accounts? – Yes
Computers available in: Computer labs, classrooms and Library
Number of available wired connections available in…
The Library (not including computer labs): 8
Classrooms: 22
Labs: 62
Other areas: -0-
Is there a wireless network? no
Where is wireless available? local retail centers
Wireless simultaneous connection capacity: -0-
Recommended operating system: Windows 7
Percentage of hosting units owned by college for internet access: 100 %
Are students permitted to have webpages? – Anthem College does not sponsor student Web pages
Is there online registration? – No

Campus Safety Services Offered: Anthem College is strongly committed to crime prevention and the safety of our school community. A copy of the School’s Annual Security Report, including the Security Policies & Procedures and the Annual Crime Statistics Report, may be obtained in the Financial Aid and Student Services offices or viewed on the School’s Internet Website at:
Anthem College – Aurora, Colorado employs the services of Spear Security & Patrol to ensure the welfare of Students and Staff.
Campus Size: 32,500 square-foot facility
Transportation (distances in miles)
Nearest airport(s): Denver International Airport, 12 miles. Also near Cherry Creek Airport, 9 miles.
Nearest train station: RTD Nine Mile station, 4.5 miles
Nearest bus station: RTD station at Colfax & Yosemite, 3 miles
Does public transportation serve campus? –Yes, bus stop is .2 miles away
Are all students allowed to have cars on campus? – yes
Percentage of students with cars on campus: Approximately 75%

Student Employment
Is there school employment? – Yes, we participate in the Federal Work Study Program
Percent of undergraduates that worked on campus in 2009-2010: – 0%, we are new participants in the FWS program
Average undergraduate wage: N/A
Are freshmen discouraged from working their first term? – No
Rules and Regulations
Is legal alcohol permitted on campus? – No
Other policies: Anthem College adheres to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226)

All rules and regulations have been developed in keeping with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, O.S.H.A., our Accrediting Bodies and best practices of our Student’s employers.

Most popular events:
Graduation Ceremonies
Spookatcular, an annual community safe Trick or Treat open house event
Job Fairs
Community Resource events
Award Ceremonies
Holiday Events
Motivational Speakers
Holiday events and activities
Field trips and Community outreach events
Spirit Weeks
Pot lucks, Cook-offs and BBQ’s