DENTAL ASSISTANT ACADEMY OF CHICAGO
All students must have a minimum of GED or high school diploma and be able to pass a basic entrance exam which includes a manual dexterity test.
Dental Assistant Academy of Chicago's class is for 11 weeks. Students experience lectures along with hands-on practice in a real dental office.
DAAC does not accept financial aid. There are other forms of financial assistance available including payment plans for those who do not qualify for financial assistance.
Please schedule a tour for all inquiries.
STUDENT COMPLAINT POLICY
This School is committed to respecting all students and providing a quality educational experience. The objective of the Student Complaint Policy is to ensure that all concerns and complaints are addressed fairly and resolved promptly. Complaints related to this policy are usually the result of behavior that a student feels is unjust, or creates an unnecessary hardship. Students may file complaints with the program director. You may contact the director via phone, email, or certified mail. This institution is not accredited by a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body. DAAC is approved to operate by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Division of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
Dr. Viren Patel DMD
25 E Washington Suite 1921
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Students may register a complaint against this school at any time with IBHE.
Illinois Board of Higher Education
431 East Adams Street, 2nd Floor
Springfield, Illinois 62701
Complaint Call Line: (217)557-7359
Dental Assistant Academy of Chicago, formerly known as Chicago Career College, is approved by Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) Division of Private and Vocational Schools.
Dental Assistant Academy of Chicago is an approved program for the following grants: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), State of Illinois Veteran Affairs (GI Bill), as well as MyCAA for military spouses.
Approval indicates only that minimum standards have been met; it is not an endorsement or guarantee
of quality. Approval is not equivalent or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency
recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.