Miami-Jacobs Career College is a for-profit private college located in Columbus, Ohio. With roots that can be traced back 150 years, the school was established in 1916 as a merger between Miami Commercial School and Jacobs Business School in the city of Dayton, Ohio. Interestingly, A. D. Wilt, the man under whose leadership the schools were merged, earned his tuition at Miami Commercial School by working as a janitor. The Miami-Jacobs campus at Columbus was started in 2008, in what was formerly known as The Academy of Court Reporting. Offering mainly associate and diploma degrees, it is a small school, with a diverse student population of a few hundreds. Given the small size, it is a great place for students to succeed. The college also provides Lifetime Career Assistance for its graduates.