Welcome to Access Institute, Queens!

Access Institute Queens provides the New York metropolitan area with a high quality of education. Our Goal is to assist and empower those who seek new skills and personal growth and development, so they may increase their ability to succeed in the medical field and the information technology industry. Our vision is to provide an impeccable education supported by a warm and friendly environment. Our courses set the foundation of your career, by providing students with specific job skills and knowledge required for the competitive, ever-changing job market and to earn on completion of these short courses.

Capacity for Growth

We are committed to teaching and preparing students in many areas, aiming to make a difference in the world. This school provides an environment for students to learn and advance their knowledge. We offer excellent teachers who are experienced and dedicated to help each student achieve their goals. We are here to help ensure you receive a quality education.

You may be eligible for government funding around $4,000  and above !

Your interest in our school is valued and appreciated.

Contact us for more details. We look forward to seeing you!


Some of the premier/government organizations that we are affiliated with are

  • US Labor Department
  • Workforce Investment Act (W.I.A.)
  • Town of Oyster Bay (W.I.A.)
  • US Veteran’s Association (V.A.) – This institution and some of the programs it offers have been approved for the training of veterans and other eligible persons by the New York State Approving Agency.”  38 USC 3676 ( c) (10).
  • Human Recourse Administration (H.R.A.)
  • Goodwill Industries
  • USCIS – US Citizenship & Immigration Services


New Media Production

The New Media Production Program is a dynamic and cutting-edge program designed to prepare students for the rapidly changing world of digital media. With digital video cameras and desktop editing software, digital video production has emerged through from television studios and Hollywood conventions, allowing small teams of professionals to create visual material that is distributed across a host of media, from traditional television broadcasting to the emerging market of podcasting.