Heald College

Heald College

Heald College is a for-profit, business-career college with multiple campuses in the Western United States.

The college was founded in San Francisco, California, by Edward Payson Heald, on August 8, 1863. Heald College campuses are located in 11 cities, including Portland, Oregon, and Honolulu, Hawaii, and throughout Northern and Central California. Heald offers Associate degrees in the Applied Sciences and Associate of Arts degrees, diplomas or certificate, in 34 fields. Heald College has regional accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Heald College alumni

* "Trader Vic" Bergeron, restaurateur
* Michael H. de Young, "San Francisco Chronicle" newspaper publisher and museum founder
* George Christopher, former Mayor of San Francisco
* Malisia Petropoulos, adult model
* Amadeo Giannini, founded Transamerica and proposed a merger of his, Bank of Italy, with Bank of America, Los Angeles, to become Bank of America, where he became the chairman of the bank that, at one point, was the largest in the world, with over 500 branches.

External links

* [http://www.heald.edu Heald College] website

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