Admission Process

  1. Completed application.
  2. A non-refundable $70 application fee.
  3. Official transcripts from high school or GED documentation.
  4. Official transcripts from all post-secondary education (colleges, universities); if applicable.
  5. Successful completion of or registration in prerequisite high school and college courses.

*Please note, if sending your transcripts electronically, please have them sent to



Application Review

Applicants not accepted for their semester of choice must submit the Request for Application Review Form and submit it back to the Office of Student Services by the next immediate program application deadline. All applicants are responsible for ensuring the Admissions Office has the most current applicant information, transcripts, etc. All applications resulting in non-admission are purged from College files one year from date of receipt. A new application and fee must be submitted.

Student Immunization and Health History

All students are required to register with the college compliance system.  Required health documents must be completed and/or uploaded into the college compliance system. Students who fail to provide this information will lose their admission or continued enrollment. Access to student health records is limited to the Program Director or designee. Records are maintained in the college compliance system and students have indefinite access to their medical records.

NOTE: There may be additional health requirements/immunizations mandated by clinical agencies. There may be additional pre-entrance health requirements mandated by individual programs see individual program handbook.