HEART-centered learning is Fremont University’s signature approach to social and emotive educational development. It focuses on the following five concepts-Hardworking, Ethical, Accountable, Relevant, and Thankful. All curriculum is infused with these five concepts aiming to equip students with the knowledge, attitude, experience, and skills necessary to work in collaboration with others, resolve conflicts, be creative, and succeed in the face of obstacles both in school and in the workplace.
Your Admissions Associate will be available to answer any questions pertaining to the admissions process and help you adjust as a new student.
Your Financial Aid Officer will assist you with the financial aid process and help you get the money you need to pay for school (for those who qualify).
Your Academic Dean will be your go-to person when you have questions or concerns regarding a specific class or your degree program.
Your Student Affairs Officer will answer questions regarding student events and activities.
Your Career Planning Specialist will help you prepare for the workforce and obtain a job after graduation.