Dayton Area OH Campus
1837 Woodman Center Drive,
OH 45420 ·
Details and History
Conveniently located in Kettering Towne Center, the Dayton Area campus is easily accessible from I-675. The 17,000 square-foot facility resides in an area populated with a diversified group of corporations and companies, enabling our graduates to explore possible career opportunities in a wide variety of industries.
American National University has helped working adults in the Dayton area achieve their education goals since 2004 and continues to build on its reputation among local employers for its skilled graduates.
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ANU is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) and offers degrees and diplomas in medical, business, and technology fields such as:
The key to our success is a faculty of industry-leading professionals. Drawing on personal insights, our instructors provide students with a real-world perspective to prepare them for success in well-defined fields of employment.
At American National University we emphasize individual attention for our students, from enrollment to graduation with frequent and helpful faculty interaction every step of the way. Our class sizes are smaller, with an average of 15:1 student-to-faculty ratio, allowing for one-on-one interaction with instructors.
11 faculty listed below
Our Faculty at a Glance
Department Chair - Paralegal Studies
Hannah Barnhorn is a licensed Ohio Attorney and has been an instructor at National College since 2005, where she serves as Department Chair for the Paralegal Studies program. She successfully oversaw the Dayton Area Campus ABA Approval process. Hannah volunteers with the Dayton Volunteer Lawyer Project, taking domestic relation cases and is a full-time Legal Researcher. Her publications include the Ohio Chapter on Juvenile Collateral Consequences published by the ABA.
Robert Barnhorn is a licensed attorney with over 6 years of expert legal research experience. He currently works as a Senior Legal Research Associate with LexisNexis, researching diverse legal topics such as criminal, contract, tort, corporate, and securities laws. Robert earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Theology from the University of Notre Dame and earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Dayton School of Law. He is an instructor at the National College Dayton Area Campus.
Director of Information Systems Engineering
MBA, MCSA, MCITP, A+, Network+, Security+
Les Cameron has 20 years of experience as a computer/network technician. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree in IT management and holds certifications in A+, Network+, Security+, MCSA, and MCITP: Server 2008. Les is an instructor at the National College Dayton Area Campus and serves as director of the information systems engineering program.
Clinical Coordinator Surgical Technology
William Furay has over 24 years of experience in the operating room and is a Certified Surgical Technologist through military training with the U.S. Navy. He is currently working privately for an orthopedic surgeon and also works as needed in the Kettering hospital system. William is an instructor at the National College Dayton Area Campus and serves as Clinical Coordinator for the Surgical Technology program.
William has been featured in our National Newsletter. » read article
Christine Malloy is an instructor in the Pharmacy Technician program at the National College Dayton Area Campus. She currently works as an Analytical Lab Manager for the University of Dayton Research Institute. Christine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in pre-med from Wright State University and has completed medical technology coursework at the Kettering College of Medical Arts. She is a member of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry.
Department Chair - General Education
Susan Meindl has been an instructor of General Education courses at National College in Dayton for six years, and she currently serves as department chair for general education. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and a Master of Arts degree in English Literature.
Department Chair - Accounting
Wilbert Morris has worked in the financial field for more than 28 years and is presently a Financial Manager, employed as a Department of Defense (DOD) civilian at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Wilbert received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Fayetteville State University and his Master of Science degree from Troy State University. He holds a Level I Certification in Business-Financial Management and is a member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers. He is an instructor of accounting courses at the National College Dayton Area Campus, where he also serves as department chair for the accounting program.
Director of Health Care Education
Derrick Parks has worked in various aspects of healthcare, public health, and allied health academia over the past 20 years. He attained his bachelor's degree in psychobiology from Oberlin College and completed two years of graduate medical education at Wright State University School of Medicine. Derrick is a certified medical assistant (CMA-AAMA) and is currently pursuing certification credentials as a Facilitator of Adult Learning (CFAL) and will apply for licensure to offer continuing education units (CEUs) to workshop participants in the medical assisting and allied health academia fields. He serves as an instructor and Director of Health Care Education at the National College Dayton Area Campus.
Monica Pazmino has worked in the Health Information Management field for six years. Currently she works as a Coding EMR Analyst and Auditor for a regional healthcare network. Monica has a Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Management from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor of Arts from the Universidad Catolica del Ecuador. She holds a Registered Health Information Administrator certification. She teaches Healthcare Reimbursement Methodologies.
Director of Health Information Technology
Renee Smith has been a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) for the past 10 years and has worked in various aspects of health care for over 18 years. Renee received her Bachelor of Science degree in management from Indiana Wesleyan University and holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Health Information Management. She is an instructor and also serves as Director of the Health Information Technology (HIT) program at the Dayton Area Campus.
Director of Surgical Technology
Monica Wiley is a Certified Surgical Technologist and worked at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN for 3 years. She is currently a surgical technologist at Ohio State University and serves as Director of Surgical Technology at the National College Dayton Area Campus. Monica holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in surgical technology.
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Career Services and Employer Partnerships
At ANU, the success of our students is always priority number one.
American National University knows that transitioning from being a student to becoming a working professional requires more than just a good education, and that the process of helping you find a great career opportunities begins long before you enter our doors. The academic leaders at ANU work with local employers to ensure that our programs align with careers of today and the future.
We will assist you with creating goals and exploring career options. No matter where you are in your career, you will always have access to the full range of services. Here are a few of the many services we offer:
- Mock interviews
- Business etiquette training
- DVD, books, and magazines on conducting your job search
- Coaching on dressing for success
- Assistance with writing resumes and cover letters
- Tips on researching potential employers
- Access to current local job openings
“I would definitely contact National College first whenever there is an opening for a medical assistant.”
Map / Directions for Dayton Area OH, OH Campus
Directions to the Dayton Area OH location:
From Interstate 675, take exit 10 and travel west on Indian Ripple Road, which becomes Dorothy Lane after crossing County Line Road. Kettering Towne Center is at the next major intersection. Just past the shopping center, turn left at the Tumbleweeds restaurant onto Woodman Center Drive, left again into the parking lot and immediately turn right. The College is located just past Sears.
From I-75 north or south, in downtown Dayton, take 35 east. Travel 4.7 miles east to Woodman Drive. Take the Woodman Drive exit to the right heading south. Travel 3.0 miles to Dorothy Lane and then turn right. Once on Dorothy Lane heading west, in 0.3 miles the next light will be Woodman Center Drive. Turn left on Woodman Center Drive and travel 0.2 miles and American National University is on the left behind Sears at 1837 Woodman Center Drive.
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