Clarification: By the phrase ". . . cost to register at the Everest University Campus at Brandon, FL" if you mean you would like to know the cost of tuition for a particular program of study at the Brandon, FL Everest College, you can find that information here:
Scroll down that page and click on the link for Brandon Program Disclosures to download the PDF document containing the tuition information.
Many for-profit/career/proprietary "schools," such as Everest College, make the tuition information difficult to find (a major "red flag" as far as I'm concerned.) Please keep in mind that Everest and other for-profit "schools" are first and foremost businesses with the main focus of earning profits for their owners and shareholders.
Some for-profit colleges/universities are fine. Some are not. Most cost more for their programs than a local taxpayer-funded community college will. Plus, most programs at for-profit "schools" are not accredited by reputable, respectable higher education accrediting organizations. Accreditation from proper and reputable organizations is a Big Deal.
If a school does not hold accreditation from one of the regional accrediting commissions listed below, do not consider it for your higher education/college/university studies.
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
- New England Association of Colleges and Schools
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
- Northwest Accreditation Commission
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Note: Even though the Everest College - Phoenix program (just that campus) is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Assoc. of Colleges and Schools, it is still a for-profit "school." There are some other for-profit schools that are accredited by one of the regional accreditation organizations. To check on whether any school is taxpayer funded (public), private/independent non-profit, or for-profit, use the US Dept. of Education National Center for Educational Statistics College Navigator to find info on any school:
Before you enroll at any school, whether it is for-profit, publicly funded (state-funded univ. or a local taxpayer-funded community college, or a private/independent non-profit college/university), I recommend you research it thoroughly, going beyond the TV advertising hype for the school and any online advertising hype for the school.
A reference librarian at your local public library can help you find reputable evaluations of any school of higher education, including reputable web sites with complaints about the school.
I feel I must caution you that Everest College (any campus) does not have a good reputation. If you choose to enroll at the school and eventually graduate, you may find it difficult to find the kind of job you were led to expect you could find after graduation, since many potential employers may not consider an "education" from the school as one with any validity.
You can start to learn more about Everest in this Wikipedia.org article:
I see too many questions and complaints from current and former Everest College students (from all over the USA) in the Y!A Financial Aid and Higher Education categories. I hope you do not become one of them.
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