Partnerships

Graduates From the Institute of Business & Medical Careers can Advance Their Education and Career OpportunitiesIBMC graduates can advance their education & career opportunities with our partnerships

We realize that college graduates may have an interest in furthering their education. That is why we have collaborated to create partnerships with Colorado Christian University, Boulder Valley School District Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) and Longmont’s St. Vrain Valley School District to help you achieve your academic and career goals.

Colorado Christian University Articulates with IBMC College
IBMC College signed an Articulation Agreement with Colorado Christian University (CCU), helping to benefit our students should they desire to further their academic journey after graduating from IBMC with their diploma or degree. The agreement is with the College of Adult and Graduate Studies at CCU.

CCU will accept specific IBMC transfer credits, including certain General Education foundation classes. In addition, students who articulate to CCU upon graduation may also have the opportunity to apply for Prior Learning Credits.

Visit Colorado Christian University to learn more today, or call IBMC College at 1-800-495-2669 to discuss these partnerships!

Boulder Valley School District Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) Cosmetology Program
IBMC College is pleased to announce the signing of an enrollment agreement with the Boulder Valley School District Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) Cosmetology program.

The agreement spells out the options CTEC students will have in attending IBMC College, and establishes a partnership between the two organizations. The agreement also outlines the criteria and standards BVSD CTEC students will need to meet in order to be accepted into the Cosmetology program at IBMC College.

The partnership also establishes the IBMC Presidential High School Scholarship. This scholarship program will provide Boulder Valley School District CTEC Cosmetology students with a $1,000 scholarship toward either a cosmetology certificate or diploma at IBMC College.

For more information about Boulder Valley School District Career and the Technical Education Center (CTEC) program, please call (720) 561-5220. For details regarding IBMC College’s other certificate, diploma, and degree program offerings, please call (800) 495-2669.

*In order for CTEC students in the Boulder Valley School District to be eligible for enrollment in the Cosmetology program and associated certificate offerings at IBMC College’s Longmont Campus, and successful completion of the pre-entrance practicum examination must be done prior to admission. All High School students must have satisfied the necessary requirements to earn a High School Diploma and be at least 17 years of age or older for admission.

St. Vrain Valley School District Teams Up with IBMC College’s Cosmetology Program

IBMC College in Longmont has established a partnership with the St. Vrain Valley School District Career Development Center, granting each student a $1,000 IBMC College Presidential Scholarship to be used in the Cosmetology Diploma, Esthetician Certificate or Nail Technician Certificate programs, upon meeting select requirements.*

St. Vrain School District’s Career Development Center is one of eight Career and Technical Education (CTE) centers in the state of Colorado. The staff and teachers at CDC offer programs that provide students a career pathway, giving them entry-level workplace skills and experiences, in addition to post-secondary connections.

Learn how you can advance your education now! Visit the CDC’s website to find more information about the program.

*For CDC students in the St. Vrain Valley to be eligible for enrollment in the Cosmetology program and associated certificate offerings at IBMC College’s Longmont Campus, successful completion of the State Cosmetology License and pre-entrance practicum examination must be done prior to admission. High school students must have satisfied all necessary requirements to earn a High School Diploma and be at least 17 years of age or older, in-conjunction with filling out all necessary pre-enrollment paperwork, meeting interview requirements, and passing the Wonderlic entrance evaluation exam with a minimum score requirement of a 13.  


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