History of the School

Effective: 07/14/2021

The school was founded in September 1983 as a branch of the Kansas City College of Medical and Dental Careers, Kansas City, MO. In 1986, the school became a free-standing, accredited Institution. In May 1989, the school changed its name to Concorde Career Institute. On February 25, 1991, the school moved to a larger facility in order to offer a more centralized location for the geographic area served. The school was approved to offer some of its programs at the associate degree level in November 1995. In May 2005, the name was changed to Concorde Career College. In May 2010, a branch location opened in San Antonio, Texas. In May 2013, the school was approved to offer Baccalaureate degree level program. In June 2021, the main campus moved to its present location and maintained the Broadway location as a satellite campus.