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Admissions

All students are required to submit an application for admission, and supply the College with an official copy of their high school transcript or an official copy of their GED scores. Students transferring from another college must submit an admissions application and an official copy of their transcript(s) from each college they have attended. Transient students must submit a transient letter from their home institution stating the courses that they will be allowed to take, in addition to an application for admission. The Office of Admissions will not issue copies of transcripts from other colleges or copies of high school transcripts to students. 

Enrollment is easy....

Step 1 Apply for Admission and Financial Aid
Step 2 Take a Placement Test
Step 3 Attend New Student ONTRAC Session
Step 4 Register for Classes
Step 5 Pay Tuition and Fees
Step 6 Obtain your Tech Card
Step 7 Purchase Books
Step 8 Attend Classes

 

Procedures For Making Application For Admissions

  • A student must request an application for admission from the Office of Student Services which must be completed and submitted to the college, either in person or by mail, at least two weeks prior to start of the semester or complete the admission application online.
  • All applicants are to submit an official high school transcript or GED, and college transcript(s) prior to final acceptance.
  • Proof of registration for Selective Service for males 18-26 years of age, and proof of in-state residency is required.
  • Students planning to apply for financial aid should make an appointment with the Financial Aid Director to complete a Pell Grant application. Pell Grants should be electronically filed by the student.
  • When the above forms are received and properly completed, they will be processed and approved or disapproved, and the applicant will be notified of his/her status.
  • All admitted students are required to take the ACCUPLACER placement exam prior to registration for more than 4 credit hours. An exam schedule can be obtained from the Testing Coordinator.
  • Students who do not have a high school diploma or GED may enroll in selected programs. However, the student must pass the Ability-to-Benefit test prior to being admitted to the college. A testing schedule may be obtained from the Testing Coordinator.
 
Folder Admission Packets (4 Files)
pdf file Application Packet
pdf file Commercial Truck Driving Packet
pdf file Dual Enrollment Packet
pdf file Nursing Packet