Daymar College Online

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Daymar College is a multi-campus career college that was founded in 1963 as Owensboro Business College.  Daymar College (DC) earned accreditation in 1970 from the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) which is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).

Daymar College offers a number of online diploma, associate, and bachelor degree programs in the following tracks: accounting, business management, criminal justice, criminal justice administration, billing & coding specialist, health care administration, medical assisting, nursing, and pharmacy technology.

Programs Offered


  • Accounting
  • Business Management

Criminal Justice

  • Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Justice Administration


  • Billing and Coding Specialist
  • Healthcare Administration - Medical Administrative
  • Medical Assisting - Administrative
  • Nursing (RN to BSN)
  • Pharmacy Technology

Daymar has created a streamlined admissions process for students looking to leverage higher education opportunities.  The five step process to enroll in a degree program or technical school diploma includes:

  1. Having earned a high school diploma or equivalent
  2. Complete an interview with a Daymar College admissions representative
  3. Successfully complete a Daymar admissions evaluation
  4. Complete an admissions application & an enrollment agreement
  5. Sign up for the Daymar College new student orientation

In terms of financial aid, students looking to enroll at Daymar College will have access to a number of options.  For students who qualify for financial aid, the school may be able to provide access to a variety of grants and scholarships to help defray the cost of school.  Students will want to complete the FAFSA form to maximize their federal financial aid options.

Students may find success reaching out to public and private scholarship entities along with state grant organizations and private grant organizations.  Lastly, there are federal and private student loan providers that can help you finance your higher education experience.

DC has a formalized process for veteran's and military members.  Various programs exist for veterans including the GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program, Vocational Rehabilitation, Active Duty GI Bill, Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP),  National Guard Grant, Tuition Assistance Grant, Veteran's Grant, Transfer Education Benefit, Survivor and Dependent Assistance, and Fry Scholarship.

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