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Professional Skills Institute

Professional Skills Institute
Motto "Career Education for a Lifetime of Success"[1]
Established 1984[1]
Type Private[2]
Admin. staff 47[3]
Undergraduates 245[4]
Location Maumee, OH, USA[1]
Campus Very small,[3] Urban[2]
Executive director Daniel A Finch[3]
Nickname PSI

Professional Skills Institute (PSI) is a nationally accredited[3] private university in Toledo, Ohio. PSI specializes in training for allied health professions, and has students of seeking Associate Degrees as physical therapist assistants and medical assistants and other diplomas as medical secretaries and transcriptionists, medical insurance specialists, and practical nursing.[1]


In 1984, a registered nurse named Patricia Finch founded PSI. The classes were originally taught in an office space along Airport Highway, as there were only 2 students taking part in 2 programs. Currently, PSI is located on Glendale Avenue and has 300 enrolled students.[1]


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