Why TESST College of Technology?
For more than 40 years, TESST College of Technology has been providing programs to meet the needs of the technology-driven job market. We have paid close attention to the changes and new developments that are made over time to make sure our curriculum is relevant to the requirements of each profession. What you learn here can make a difference in helping to make you a more qualified job candidate. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, those with an education beyond a high school diploma can earn above-average earnings.*
TESST College offers guidance services to help you with personal, financial, or educational problems you may have. If you require outside agency services, we can refer you to them. We also offer academic advising to help you as needed to reach your educational goals. If you would like a part-time job to help with your education costs while you attend classes, we can also assist you in that search. Then when you become an eligible graduate, we can provide employment assistance. We offer classes, workshops, and advising sessions that guide you through the job search process.
Convenient Location in Baltimore
Our Baltimore campus is conveniently located on 1520 South Caton Avenue right off I-95. Public transportation serves the area, and there is ample street parking as well as parking on campus. Less than a mile from here is our extended campus at 3922 Vero Road.
As a graduate of TESST College, you are welcome to return for refresher courses at no cost, provided the classes are in the program from which you graduated and space is available in the class. This training is offered at the discretion of the Director of Education. Graduates must pay for any books and supplies used during the refresher training, along with any fees. No credits will be awarded for refresher courses.
Your Future Starts Now
TESST College of Technology can help get you started on the road to career success. Why not get in touch with us today? An Admissions Representative can answer any questions you may have.
* U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Fall 2006.