At the age of four, wearing a Halloween costume she had asked her grandmother to make, Diane Porter was certain that nursing was her calling. She spent her youth bandaging dolls and stuffed animals; working in the lab, pharmacy, and medical ward as a candy striper; and joining the Future Nurses of America Club. In high school, she even took four challenging years of Latin to prepare for her future career.READ MORE
Cat fangs. All it took was one television program about large cats to spark Tiffany Cole's passion for animals. Researching cat dental diseases for a high school biology project, she found herself becoming more interested and studying animals extensively. She soon realized that she could spend the rest of her life engrossed in the topic of animal health. Following her teacher's advice, she decided to pursue a career in the veterinary field.READ MORE
Watching friends leave for college may leave you feeling lost, but you didn’t miss out. You can pursue your own career this Fall because classes begin October 8th!READ MORE
“Isn't it time to do something you love?” The television hummed another advertisement, but this time I did not tune out. I watched the Stautzenberger College commercial play, the sound of my drumming fingers reverberating through the otherwise vacant house.READ MORE
What if you could have the best of both worlds in your career? Paulette Rex, instructor at Stautzenberger College's Maumee campus, found a way to incorporate both of her passions in her job. Nursing and teaching are equally enjoyable for her, and she is now able to practice both daily.
Are you thinking about applying for a September program? There are plenty of programs available for students, but application deadlines for most of the programs are approaching fast!
At Stautzenberger College our staff and instructors are here for you!READ MORE