Military

Platt College San Diego is proud to serve its veteran student population. Our student population includes active duty service members, veterans and dependents.  In fact, Platt College’s Chairman, as well as the President‘s and Vice President’s father served in the military; additionally, many Platt staff and faculty members have a family history of veterans. Therefore, it is no surprise that the Platt military student body is honored for their courage and sacrifice.

Today, more than ever, a college education can give one an enormous advantage in both a military and civilian career.  For this reason, our students learn in small, interactive hands-on classes taught by expert instructors who care about success. Small classes, year-round schedules and a creative environment give Platt students the proper environment to thrive and advance their digital media design career skills in less than three years.

Yellow Ribbon

Platt College is approved for the Post 911 and  Yellow Ribbon Programs.

Military Credit

Military Students applying to Platt College must submit any applicable SMART, AARTS, Coast Guard Institute, or Community College of the Air Force transcripts for credit evaluation. Veterans, or members of the armed forces or the selected reserves, may be granted academic credit in accordance with our College’s policy. Please submit transcripts to:

Registrar’s Office
Platt College San Diego Digital Media Design
6250 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA 92115

We invite prospective students to contact an admissions representative to set up a personal tour and admissions appointment. The Admissions department is committed to guiding a prospective student through the entire process, exploring the student’s digital media design goals and determining whether Platt College is the right college. We strive to make the admissions process as straightforward and simple as possible.

After a tour and meeting with an admissions representative, applicants also have the option to speak with our Student Service Liaison who may answer funding source questions. More information is available by visiting Platt College in person for a personal tour, by calling 866.752.8826 or clicking on the “schedule a tour” button above.