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Students Are Our Greatest Resource

Your success is very important to everyone at Paroba. While you are here, every instructor and staff member devotes time to answer questions and offer support in any way possible. To continue with our commitment to you, below is a list of resources to keep current students on track. Remember, if you have any questions, just ask!

Student Catalog

Everything you need to know about your time at Paroba, including expectations, transfer credits, absences, and more!

Click here to view the Student Catalog

Security Report and Campus Safety

Paroba College values the safety of all our students, staff, faculty and guests. To ensure the security of our campus, we comply with all related federal, state and local policies regarding campus safety. The Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Manual is published and distributed on or before October 1st of each year. A printed copy of this manual is available upon request.

Click here to view our 2017 Annual Security Report and Campus Safety Manual

Honoring Constitution Day at Paroba College

On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed at the Philadelphia Convention. In 2004, this day became a federal holiday that we recognize as Constitution Day.

In 2005, the Department of Education mandated that all schools and colleges – even those teaching technical training, such as cosmetology schools – should offer education on the Constitution on or around September 17th of each year.

There are many excellent resources available to teach you about the Constitution of the United States. Links to these resources are included below.

  • To read the Constitution in its entirety, try the Interactive Constitution provided by the National Constitution Center.
  • For an excellent video presentation on the Constitutional Convention, hosted by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, visit the Constitution Hall Pass.
  • To read about the Bill of Rights, see the National Archive.

Keep Up To Date

This page will be updated with new resources as we find more useful information to share with you all. You can contact us at any time by filling out the form on this page or you can give us a call at 1-888-701-6530.