Eastwick College and the HoHoKus Schools

Career training from a member of the HoHoKus Schools..


At Eastwick Colleges, established in 1968, students are offered approximately 25 medical, technology, trade or business career programs, some of which can be completed in as little as six months. They also offer specialized medical associate's degrees that can be completed in just 15 months.

Eastwick College and the Nutley and Hackensack schools have been evaluated by the American Council on Education, where graduates can earn college credits at more than 1500 colleges and universities across the nation. In addition, work completed in many of the career training programs is eligible for transfer to the medical associate's degree programs at Eastwick College, as previously earned credits can also be applied towards an associate's degree.

Each of the schools has consistently achieved one of the highest graduate placement rates in the nation, so Eastwick Education graduates can secure their career of choice thanks to specially developed career services.

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- Convenient location just 15 miles northwest of New York City
- Fully equipped medical laboratory and surgical operations room
- Expansive computer lab
- Programs can be completed in as little as six months
- Evaluated by the American Council on Education, allowing graduates to earn up to 55 college credits at more than 1500 colleges and universities across the nation
- Accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
- Financial aid available


- No bachelor's degrees
- No student life or on-campus housing


Associate Degree Programs:
- Associate Degree in Allied Health
- Associate Degree in Cardiovascular Sonography
- Associate Degree in Surgical Technology

Medical Programs:
- Licensed Practical Nursing
- Medical Assisting
- Surgical Technology
- Ultrasound Technology
- Medical Billing and Coding

Technology Programs:
- Computer Certification Courses

Business Programs:
- Real Estate Broker


Five campuses in New Jersey:
Ramsey - Eastwick College
Nutley - HoHoKus School RETS-Nutley
Paterson - HoHoKus School of Trade and Technical Sciences
Hackensack - HoHoKus Hackensack School of Business and Medical Sciences
Paramus - HoHoKus School at Bergen Regional Medical Center

If you are looking to earn your education and you live in the New York/New Jersey area, Eastwick Colleges could be a great option for earning your degree or career certificate. Planning your education in a shorter amount of time can serve as a source of encouragement for going back to school.

Eastwick Education offers a variety of programs in the medical, technology, trade and business fields that are specifically designed for occupations that are currently high in demand. The curriculum has been developed and approved by professionals in their respective fields, ensuring that students are provided with the skills and training that employers look to hire. Eastwick College and the HoHoKus Schools give their students quality training and the ability to start a job in their chosen career as quickly as possible.

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If you are looking to waste time and money this is the place for you. Their credits will not be accepted in any real college since they are not regionally accredited. You are better off going to a 2 year community college for half the price plus you will earn real credits.

You can check the accreditation here : https://www.chea.org/eastwick-college

posted Apr 9th, 2019 1:58 pm

Chris stisi


I am a night student in the plumbing class. My teacher Jim is awesome. He takes us out to real house calls and we learn hands on beside what we have learned at the school posted Feb 22nd, 2018 3:39 pm



It's a good school. Been there for my LPN.now taking class for my RN. Even expensive but you'll see where your money at. There s no such as bad teacher. You study hard and do the best you can. Don't wait on someone else advice see for yourself. I saw myself getting to the lpn program now I am back wit them again. posted Sep 28th, 2013 3:21 pm



This school is highly unorganized and the teachers are extremely unprofessional ! posted Jan 26th, 2011 10:57 pm

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