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As of February 5, 2020, the School of Business is no longer enrolling new students.

Since it first opened its doors in 1961, the Empire College School of Business has prepared thousands of graduates for professional success. However, in 2020, facing declining enrollment influenced by devastating wildfires in Sonoma County, historically low unemployment and a shrinking local population, the difficult decision was made to stop accepting new enrollments.

The business school, which offered six specialized associate degree programs, as well as career education programs in medical assisting, phlebotomy, accounting, business, paralegal, and information technology, will cease operations once the final enrolled class has completed its education in 2021.

We apologize for any inconvenience. The School of Law will be unaffected and continue operations.

Looking to Request a Transcript for the School of Business?

To request your transcripts, please email transcripts@empirecollege.com with the following information:

  1. Name
  2. Name while attending Empire College
  3. Date of Birth
  4. Approximate years of attendance
  5. Name of program
  6. Daytime phone number
  7. Current address
  8. Whether you need official or unofficial transcripts
  9. Address you would like the official transcript mailed to (unofficial transcripts can be emailed or faxed)

Please note: transcript requests require a minimum of 24 hours to process and are only processed between 9AM and 5PM.

Your account with the college must be current in order to receive transcripts.

For Empire School of Law transcripts, please call 707-546-4000 x231 or email TChodora@EmpireCollege.com.


Alicia Bronbach, Esq.

(Class of 2006)
One of the advantages of Empire as a night vs. traditional law school is the real-life experience that most students have between college and law school. Being a second-career lawyer, you bring a lot more value to the table and to a prospective employer than you may appreciate.

Jacqueline Rosario, Esq

(Class of 2014)
I wanted to be an attorney because I wanted to make a difference in this world, and I feel that I am doing that. It is very rewarding, and I am blessed to be living my dream. I recommend to everybody considering law school that if you want to do this and have the will to do it, do it.

Chris Van Nuys

Operations Manager, LEMO USA, Inc. (Class of 2019)
Empire Law School provided the instruction, guidance, and motivation that I needed to pass the California State Bar Examination on the first try, despite the rigors of managing a full-time career and family commitments in parallel. I would absolutely recommend Empire Law School to anyone looking for relevant and masterful instruction in the subjects of law.