Welcome! DuBois Business College has a proud 125 year tradition of excellent education. We've helped thousands of students launch successful careers, and, if you're visiting our site, you may be interested in becoming a student. If so, we invite you to visit one of our campuses in DuBois, Huntingdon, or Oil City, PA. You may simply stop by or call for an appointment. It's best if you schedule a time in advance so we can be sure to have an admissions representative ready to answer all your questions and give you a tour. Bring your parents, friends or significant others; you're even welcome to sit in on some classes.     
You'll find that DuBois Business College is a friendly and welcoming place. Unlike some large 4-year universities, our campuses are small and personal. DBC instructors know their students by name, and the focus is on helping students master all of the material they will need to succeed in their chosen field. We are proud of our graduates, and you can hear what some of them have to say firsthand on our testimonials page. 
A DBC education is an excellent value because you can graduate in as little as 18 months and get started on your career. We say you can touch your future faster at DBC.  We have classes year-round, divided into four quarters, with breaks in between each quarter. You can enroll and start classes in January, April, July, or October. Fridays are typically free, and our students appreciate the convenience of three day weekends. 
We offer degree and diploma programs in a variety of professional fields, from business administration and computer technology to clinical medical and legal specialty. This web site gives you lots of info about each major. Make no mistake; college level classes can be difficult. It requires commitment on your part to succeed, but we're here to help you every step of the way. It's definitely worth the effort.
Welcome to DuBois Business College. We look forward to meeting you.

Courier Express Article about DBC Movie Making Students

An article recently appeared in a Sunday edition of The Courier Express about two of our Movie Making students, Vincent Barnard and Craig Inzana. We thought you might find this interesting, and so we are reprinting it here. The article was written by Joy Norwood for the Courier Express.

DuBOIS -- When one thinks of the City of DuBois, thoughts may include the fact that it's a growing retail center or its hosting two colleges or even its history of lumber, but rarely would anyone think of it as a film making hub.

Information Sessions Announced for Our New Philipsburg Location

The remodeling work at DBC's new Philipsburg location is progressing amazingly fast. First hammers and nails, then paint brushes and new carpet, now we've moving in furniture. Our new location is going to be very comfortable and very convenient. We're close by at 200 Shady Lane in Philipsburg. We invite you to come see DBC Philipsburg for yourself. We are having Information Sessions at our new Philipsburg location on these dates:

Register Now for Spring 2014 Quickbooks Training

If you’ve purchased QuickBooks, or plan to in the near future, DBC can help you get the most from this powerful program.

Registration is now open for two Quickbooks workshops at our main campus. The first session will cover QuickBooks basics, such as setting up company files, navigating the program, entering and paying bills, invoicing customers, and recording payments. This Level One Workshop will be offered from 6 to 9 PM the evenings of March 4 and 11, 2014.

Register now for Digital Photography Workshop at our Main Campus

Calling all amateur photogs! Learn more about Digital Photography in this Saturday morning workshop with our gifted and experienced instructor, Ryan Haggerty. You'll explore how best to edit and share your photographs, how to manage your files and archive your work. Register now by calling Debbie at our main campus (814) 375-0142. Cost is $50. Registration deadline is Monday, April 11. Hope to see you there!

DBC Pres Honored in Prestigious 2013 List of Women Making a Difference

Jackie Syktich, president of DuBois Business College, has been named to PA Business Central's third annual listing of Women Making a Difference. Under Jackie's leadership, DuBois Business College made the transition from a private family-owned school to a college owned and managed by a consortium of caring and concerned DBC instructors and administrators.


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