Applicants are encouraged to apply for admission as soon as they decide on an allied health career. The college does require an in-person, on-campus enrollment with each applicant prior to acceptance into the program, so it is recommended that the applicant Contact Us for an interview appointment. The college welcomes and even encourages parents and spouses to attend the enrollment appointment. This gives applicants and their families the opportunity to see the facility’s equipment and resources and to ask specific questions relating to the college, the curriculum, and the career training being considered. The enrollment appointment also gives the college the opportunity to meet prospective students and evaluate their qualifications and aptitude.

The following items must be completed at the time of application for enrollment:

Proof of high school graduation or its equivalent (GED)

Payment of the registration fee or arrangements for payment prior to the beginning of classes

Once the Enrollment Agreement and the required items mentioned previously have been completed, the applicant will be informed of his/her start date depending on program availability.