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FINE Mortuary College

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and foremost, it is the mission of FINE Mortuary College , LLC: A Private Two Year College (FINE) to improve the stature of the funeral profession. In order to accomplish this mission, FINE endeavors to provide both a rigorous academic education and a strong program in practical training. Graduates should then possess both a sound knowledge base and the technical skills necessary for success in the profession. Perhaps as important in attaining its mission, FINE intends that its graduates will have developed high ethical standards, a sensitivity and compassion towards those experiencing grief, the demonstrated ability to communicate, and the attribute of leadership, serving as role models within their communities. Finally, it is an integral part of FINE’s mission to provide an educational experience that is considerate of its students’ ongoing jobs and personal obligations while promoting pride in the funeral profession itself.

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FINE Mortuary College LLC
150 Kerry Place
Norwood, MA 02062
General information:(781) 76212 121122
Financial aid office:(781) 76212 121122
Admissions office:(781) 76212 121122
Fax Number:(781) 762 7177University Homepage
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