The nursing profession offers a tough path to those who are to tread them. However, the personal satisfaction that comes with selfless human service is more rewarding than the compensation that comes with it. Nursing is a journey worth taking, a discovery of your own personal strengths, and a test of your personal character.
Tampa Medical College is committed to helping individuals who took the courage to face this hard undertaking. Our aim is to mold them to become the best they can be by offering comprehensive yet fulfilling learning experiences throughout their daily feat for knowledge. Tampa Medical College has been known for its excellence, and judging by the results, we know we have done well. The success of our graduates is what keeps us motivated to do more and exert more.
The TMC environment is carefully structured to build values and enhance skills. Furthermore, students are prepared to pass the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX), a passage towards their dream career in the healthcare field through testing their knowledge and skills in Nursing practice. These are all imbibed and spread across your terms of academic attendance at Tampa Medical College.
Enrollment is now ongoing. For those who would like to be admitted, kindly visit our Admissions page.
Tampa Medical College provides students with a variety of services to assist students in attaining their educational goals. Student services may include:
- Job placement
- Library services
- Academic advisement
- Personal advising
- Virtual bookstore
- Remediation and tutoring
- Transcript review
- Clinical rotation placement and support
- Campus activities and events
- Student services assist with State and National Examination registrations, fingerprinting locations, and any other questions students may have.
- Student services assist students with any other paperwork the students may need to ensure their success.
- In compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Institute will make every available effort to accommodate persons with disabilities, so long as the student can provide the Institute with documentation of the disability. Should the disability interfere with the student completing a required element of their program, students must be able to document that their failure is directly related to their disability.