Campus Overview

Everest can prepare you for a better life and surround you with a team to help you get there. If you live or work in the San Antonio metro area, our San Antonio campus can get you ready to enjoy a rewarding career in one of several popular fields.

If you think traditional colleges take too long and community colleges are too crowded and impersonal, Everest’s San Antonio campus is designed for you. Our college-level career education diploma programs can be completed in less than a year. Our small classes, hands-on training and intimate work groups ensure you get plenty of personal attention. If you need extra support in school or job hunting after graduation, we have a friendly and professional staff to help you every step of the way.

Our mission is to see you succeed.

The Facility

Everest Institute’s San Antonio campus is located at 6550 First Park Ten Blvd. just east of Interstate 10. Our campus includes:

  • Classrooms that include laboratory space
  • A student resource center where you'll find reading materials related to your academic programs as well as computers with full Internet access
  • Faculty and administrative offices including Admissions department, Academic department and Career Services department
  • Interviewing techniques/resume writing resources

Campus Activities

Everest Institute’s San Antonio campus offers a variety of activities and events to give you the complete student experience. These include our:

  • Student Ambassador Program – Igniter ambassadors are fellow students who make sure you always have a friend on campus. Don't hesitate to approach an ambassador when you have a question about school facilities, tutoring, study tips or any other concerns.
  • Inspire Workshops – Our Career Services department holds regular Inspire sessions, which include job-search seminars, resume writing and mock interviews, to help students prepare for their future careers.
  • CARE Program – If you need support with anything from finding child care or transportation to help planning a family budget, our CARE Program is here to give you to help you need.
  • Food Pantry – We offer healthy food for needy students and their families.
  • Part-Time Job Assistance – If you need part-time income while attending school, we can help you look for employment opportunities in the area.

Community Involvement

At Everest, a great education means more than just learning a marketable skill. By helping others, you'll help yourself by learning responsibility, empathy and interpersonal skills that can last a lifetime. We provide you opportunities to grow through our involvement and support of such important community groups and events as:

  • Haven for Hope
  • Battered Women’s Shelter
  • San Antonio Youth Center
  • Magdelena House
  • March of Dimes
  • American Heart Association

Please feel free to drop by our San Antonio campus at any time for a tour. We'd love to see you!

Campus Resources

Ask a student services coordinator about the programs and resources offered for students attending Everest. He or she will be happy to answer any questions. If there situations where we cannot assist, we can also make recommendations. We offer the following benefits and information:

  • Library open school days from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • On-site vending machines in student lounge

Everest Institute in San Antonio is located at 6550 First Park Ten Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78213.

Off-Site Resources

  • Off-site restaurants near the campus

Security and Safety

The opportunity to pursue an education in a safe and engaging environment means a lot to our students. Campus security, campus lighting and security cameras are provided at various locations throughout the campus. Our students can enjoy the following security benefits:

  • Campus security guard available school days from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Adequate campus lighting including in the parking lot
  • Security cameras available through out the campus

Transportation and Parking

Everest provided no-cost parking on campus. We are also near I-10 for those driving to school. If taking the bus, there are a number of bus lines near the campus. Check with a campus representative for bus times and schedules, or carpool and rideshare programs that may be available.

  • Campus parking (at no cost) close to the school's entrance
  • Campus is west of I-10 across the Blood and Tissue Center
  • Bus stop located the intersection of I-10 and west Access Road

Programs Offered at the San Antonio Campus

Program NameDegree
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Diploma
Medical Administrative Assistant Diploma
Medical Assistant Diploma

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