dcsimg

J Everett Light Career Center - Indianapolis, IN

Details on J Everett Light Career Center - Indianapolis, IN from the EdRef college search directory of thousands of U.S. colleges.

This copyrighted information has been developed from a variety of sources, covering 2002 to 2017. Please request additional information directly from the school.

School data is from the US Dept. of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS),2005. Data may vary depending on school and academic year.

J Everett Light Career Center

School Overview

J Everett Light Career Center is a public school.

Contacting the School

1901 E 86 St
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Main Phone: 3172595265
Web Site:www.jelcc.com

Student Body Size and Diversity

In Fall 2002, the school had 85 (full-time equivalent) students. Male students comprised 4.0% of the student body, while females made up 96.0%.

Minority enrollment includedAfrican-American (40)%, and Hispanic (3)%.

Degree Levels

  • Certificate, 1-2 years

Degree Programs

TIP: Click on a program name to find other schools in Indiana offering the program. Compare this school to other similar schools.

Health Care

Special Student Services

Academic Services

  • Remedial assistance

Financial Flexibility

  • Student employment services
  • Career counseling
  • Placement services for graduates. However career placement is not guaranteed.
  • On-campus day Care

Cost of Attending

In-State, Living On Campus:$ 9,486.00
In-State, Living With Family:$ 11,761.00
Out of State, Living On Campus:$ 9,486.00

Admission Requirements

The schooldoes not offer open admission; requirements include:

Required:
  • Secondary school record is required.
  • A demonstration of competency (such as samples of work, e.g.) is required.
Neither Required Nor Recommended:
  • High-school GPA is neither required nor recommended.
  • Secondary school rank is neither required nor recommended.
  • Standardized test scores are neither required nor recommended.
  • Recommendations are neither required nor recommended.
  • A college preparatory program is neither required nor recommended.
  • The TOEFL (if applicable) is neither required nor recommended.

Disclaimer: Information on this page was not provided or commissioned by the featured school. Information has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the featured school.