The Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools is the active voice of postsecondary career education colleges and schools of Ohio and Michigan, which are non-tax supported, privately owned and administered. Membership is strictly voluntary thus participating colleges and schools consider the Association’s mission important to their success.

The Ohio-Michigan Association is dedicated to bringing about improved excellence in career education in Ohio and Michigan through encouraging high standards of program quality in member institutions by:

Establishing and developing liaison between the private career education industry, State Licensing Boards, State Agencies, the General Assembly, State and Regional Professional Agencies, State Commerce and Industry, National Associations, Accrediting Commissions and the United States Department of Education.
Providing conferences, institutes, workshops and seminars for professional development of member school administrators, instructors, admissions representatives and placement specialists.
Reviewing current research, and suggested new research in such areas as techniques to improve management, instruction, admissions and student service functions and outcomes.
Monitoring of member and non-member schools activities to assure compliance with regulatory requirements and accrediting standards. Encourage regular training and updating of all personnel.
Providing the State Legislatures up-to-date information regarding the needs of our schools and the students they serve in order to assure participation of all appropriate funding and support. The Association provides the access of information to the Legislature and our member Schools.
We offer many opportunities for continued education throughout the year.