The Brown Mackie College campus at Findlay (a northwestern Ohio town consistently rated as one of America’s most livable) promotes eight distinct purposes in its educational mission. It provides advanced instruction in seven diploma-based and associate’s degree programs while respecting and treating all students equally, regardless of religion, gender, culture, age, or current circumstance. BMC-F adopts a change-oriented approach that keeps its coursework on the cutting edge, from its fully-accredited veterinary technology program to laboratory-focused options in nursing and medical assistance. Alumni enthusiastically tell about how BMC-F prepared them for an exciting career; licensed veterinary technician Abigail Moeller (A.A., class of 2014) deeply appreciated the guidance she received in discovering, via externships and professional-grade classwork, that she preferred emergency work over her experience at a traditional veterinary clinic. And like at all BMC branches, Findlay offers one course at a time, each lasting a month, so that busy students don’t have to sacrifice time with family or a full-time job to pursue their degree! Flexible and rewarding, Brown Mackie College at Findlay is an excellent stepping-stone for anyone who’s serious about acquiring an education.