FAQ

Is Cambridge Institute of Allied Health Licensed or Accredited?

Yes indeed! Cambridge is a proud licensed institution with the Florida Commission for Independent Education. It is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) which is nationally recognized by the United States Department of Education. You can find ABHES on the USDOE list of recognized accrediting agencies by visiting www.ed.gov. Navigate to the list of accrediting bodies available at this site.

Our Nursing Assistant and Practical Nursing programs are both approved by the Florida Board of Nursing.

Does Cambridge offer financial aid, financing, student loans, grants, custom payment plans or other funding options?

Yes! Cambridge participates in Title IV programs which allow students who qualify for financial aid the ability to attend school using PELL grants, Stafford Loans, Parent Plus, Direct Loans and other funding programs. Students that are eligible may also attend using Workforce grants and other funding opportunities. Please visit our financial aid page and see how you can get started.

What do I need to bring with me if I decide to enroll?

Personal identification and information concerning your educational history.

Can I get certified once I complete the program?

Graduates from Cambridge Institute of Allied Health are eligible to test for certifications and licenses in each of our currently offered career fields. These vary by program of study.

Does Cambridge offer courses online?

Cambridge Institute in Delray Beach Florida is approved to offer some programs in a hybrid online platform!