Rasmussen College opens new campus

  • Jacquie Fiorillo



Rasmussen College is no stranger to the ever-changing higher education space. The College has been focused on providing in-demand degree offerings and innovative learning options to meet the evolving needs of students and communities since 1900. Since 2004, Rasmussen College has been preparing students in Florida to advance their education and make an impact in their field of study.

Right now, Florida, like the remainder of the country, is seeing huge shortages of qualified healthcare and nursing professionals to take care of our aging population. In fact, healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs in the next eight years than any of the other occupational groups.

In response to demands, Rasmussen College is pleased to announce it has opened a new campus in Orlando, its sixth campus in Florida and 23rd nationwide. The campus, which is located at 385 Douglas Avenue, Suite 1100, in Altamonte Springs includes classrooms, a computer lab, student learning and collaboration spaces and updated simulation equipment for the Schools of Health Sciences and Nursing students within the campus’ four labs. In addition to residential Health Sciences programs, students will be able to immediately enroll in one of the College’s 30+ fully online programs, which range from Certificate and Diploma programs through Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s programs