Fox Institute of Business Changes Its Name to American Institute
Clifton, NJ – Today, Fox Institute of Business proudly announced that they will be changing the name of the School to American Institute. Calling it “Necessary to reflect both the growth and changes in program offerings,” Randy Proto, CEO of American Institute stated, “The name change is really just that – a name change. It won’t change anything about the education we have always offered at our Fox Schools.” Proto added, “We are proud to say that we’ve grown. And, we are proud to say that today our programs are predominately focused on meeting the growing demands in the healthcare industry. Thus, we felt it had become necessary to change our name. However, since our founding, originally in Connecticut 87 years ago, Fox has been providing quality career education, and nothing about that is changing. In fact, we now offer quality education to students from 10 states through innovative on-campus and online programs. We focus on Healthcare specialties that are essential to our wellbeing: Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assisting, Medical Coding and Billing, and Massage Therapy. We will continue to offer other career programs as well.” There are now American Institute residential campuses in Connecticut, New Jersey, Florida and Colorado. American Institute also offers online support in six other states, and the company looks forward to increasing the number of campuses over the course of 2011 and beyond.