Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac Campus

After many years of helping students train for new and exciting careers, the Waterford-Pontiac campus is no longer accepting new students.

We invite you to explore our other campus locations in the Metro-Detroit area and Saginaw, MI that continue to enroll students. Our experienced instructors and faculty want to see you achieve your goals in a field you are passionate about. See what your future could hold with career training at Dorsey Schools and contact us today!

Where is the Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac campus located?

Welcome to the Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac campus page! Our campus is conveniently located on North Telegraph Road in the North Pointe Shopping Center (across the street from the old Summit Place Mall).

440 N. Telegraph Road Pontiac, Michigan 48341
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Meet with one of our Admissions Representatives during these convenient hours:
    *Hours may vary on or around holidays.
    The Waterford-Pontiac campus is a branch campus of Madison Heights.

    Programs at the Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac Campus

    There are no programs available at this location.

    About Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac Campus

    Although the Waterford-Pontiac campus is not accepting new students at this time, there are a variety of other Dorsey Schools locations where you could begin a new chapter and train towards a career you are passionate about. Dorsey Schools offers a variety of training opportunities in healthcare, the beauty industry, and the skilled trades! Please note, programs will vary by campus. We invite you to explore your career training opportunities at the following campus locations:

    Here's What Some of Our Dorsey Schools Graduates Are Saying

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    Graduates of Dorsey Schools’ medical training programs

    Jasmine Khoshiko
    Dorsey Schools Patient Care Technician program Graduate, 2015
    How did studying at Dorsey Schools make a difference for you or in your life?
    “Studying at Dorsey Schools had a HUGE impact on my life. I always doubted myself when it came to school/studying but coming here changed my perspective on where & how far I would get in life. Now, I believe I can do anything I set my mind to. Thank you Dorsey!!”
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    Parking at the Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac Campus

    There is plenty of parking in front of our school buildings in the shopping center parking lot. When you visit our campus for the first time, please report to the Allied Health Building (not the Culinary Academy Building). The Allied Health building is the one closest to Telegraph Road in the shopping center.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How will I know what resources are available to me to help me fund my education?
    If you are interested in studying at Dorsey Schools, when you visit our campus, you will have the opportunity to meet with one of our Financial Aid Advisors. They will share information with you such as tuition and any applicable fees for your program of interest, as well as the various funding sources that may be available at our institution. The goal of our Financial Aid team is to ensure our prospective students and current students understand the various need and non-need based Financial Aid programs, and provide assistance through the application process. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
    Can you get me a job once I graduate?
    No school can guarantee their students and graduates a job once they have finished their program. Here at Dorsey Schools, we offer career services assistance to all program completers. You can learn more about the type of assistance our Career Services Coordinators offer by visiting our Career Services for Students and Graduates page.
    Who are your students? Will there be people like me?
    Our students come to us from a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
    If I run into difficulties during my program, is there someone I can talk to?
    We’re committed to our students and want to help them succeed. If you’re having academic challenges during your program, we would encourage you to meet with your instructors. If you have another concern, our Managing Director at the Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus has an open door policy and is always willing to speak with students regarding any concerns they may have.

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