1. Completion of 40 or more transferable semester credits from accredited college/post secondary institutions or military service.
2. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better on all prior work (4.0 scale).
3. Completion of application and payment of the $25.00 application fee.
4. Official transcripts received from all colleges/post secondary institutions previously attended.
5. Receipt of two satisfactory personal references; one work-related (i.e. supervisor) and one personal (i.e. educator, minister, civic organization or community leader).
The forms to complete these requirements are available by following the above links and printing the form. You may request an application and reference forms by contacting the Admissions Office (1-877-246-4622), or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Requesting documents for the official student file is the student's responsibility. All official documents must be received by the Admissions Office before a student can be fully admitted. Federal Financial Aid can be awarded only to a fully admitted student.
Provisional Admission: Applicants not meeting admission requirements will be considered by the Admission Committee and may be given provisional acceptance. Applicants will be informed of any deficiency in admission requirements. Provisionally admitted students do not have access to federal financial aid. A program to fulfill these requirements will be developed.
Failure to complete the admissions process by the first semester of study will cause the student to be administratively dropped from the program with no financial reimbursement.
1. Complete and return the Application for Admission form.
2. Request official transcripts of all college work done elsewhere. The official transcript should indicate the status of the student with the college most recently attended. Transcripts "issued to student" are not official.
3. Distribute two Personal Reference forms and ask that they be returned to the Admissions office.
4. Include the $25, non-refundable, application fee.
The first scheduled meeting of the cohort is designed to be both a registration and orientation session. Curriculum materials and textbooks for the first course are distributed and first-week assignments are given. Class structure is discussed and students become acquainted with one another. Required financial aid counseling is provided to students receiving federal monies.