Email the Director of Admissions
If you have questions about the admissions process or simply would like to reach out for additional support before coming into to visit our campus, Victor Rangel would enjoy to the opportunity to help. He can be reached by sending an email to email@example.com or by calling the campus at (310) 436-7002
• Email, Call, text or Schedule online for your one on one interview with admissions
• Tour the campus and meet the rest of the staff
• Submit an application for admissions (Hyper link to admissions application)
• Audit a class
• Pay registration fee
• Get your start date
MHCC does not admit Ability to Benefit students.
All applicants must:
• Be at least 17 years of age with a high school diploma or GED. (Parent consent is required for anyone under 18 years.)
• Set an appointment with an Admissions Representative for an interview and to tour the campus. Information will include disclosures of completion, placement rates, tuition payment plan, and reviewing the applicant’s professional educational goals.
• Submit a $250.00 application fee (U.S. Dollars).
• Submit a copy of a state issued Driver License of Identification Card.
• Be able to read, speak and write English.
• Applicants enrolling in the program offered by MHCC must show proof of having graduated from either a high school or the equivalent recognized by the US Department of Education. The following are examples:
• High school diploma or high school transcript; General Education Diploma (GED); or
• Foreign Secondary Diploma translated and evaluated (at the applicant’s expense) by an evaluation agency approved by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES)
Prospective student may be conditionally accepted contingent upon satisfaction of all admissions requirements and receipt of supporting documentation. Acceptance into the programs is also conditional upon meeting all deadlines to complete funding paperwork, if applicable.
Audit a class before committing
At Montes HealthCare College, we offer students the opportunity to experience a real class before having a tuition obligation.