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Laredo Campus Features and Facilities

Brightwood College in Laredo, Texas can help you pursue your dream career. Our courses are designed to give you the training that can make a difference in your future, both personally and professionally. We offer day and evening classes so you can continue working in your current job while you gain an education that can lead to greater opportunities.


Hands-On Training

Our classrooms feature the actual tools, materials, and equipment that are used in your chosen field of study. In addition, several of our programs have mandatory externship programs to give you the hands-on experience you need to succeed in the real world. Our goal is to prepare you for daily and unexpected situations that you may encounter on the job.

Personal Attention

Our focus on personal attention enhances your real-world training. You deserve every possible chance to succeed, and we know that may require individual assistance. Our limited class sizes mean you will receive the attention you need. We also offer academic advising, referrals for professional assistance, and financial aid guidance to help further meet your needs.


Laredo Campus Facilities

The Brightwood College, Laredo campus is located in a one-story, air-conditioned building. Our classrooms are designed to give you as much hands-on experience as possible. You'll find equipment relevant to your chosen course of study and have the opportunity to use it just as it is used in the workplace.

We provide resource information in the classrooms and other specified rooms. Resource information includes periodicals, texts, and topical books on various subjects taught at Brightwood College. You can also access the Internet on our computers for additional information and research.


In keeping with the high educational standards of Brightwood College, the equipment used in each program offers you the opportunity to develop a practical working knowledge of the equipment, tools, and materials you may encounter on the job.

  • Students in the medical assistant courses use instruments including autoclaves, centrifuges, electrocardiographs, and other items found in a medical setting.
  • Students in the computer support technician program use computers, peripherals, and software applications.