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Six easy steps are needed:
1. Complete the application.
MAY 9 - LAST DAY FOR FIRST AND FULL-TERM SUMMER 2013 ADMISSIONS APPLICATIONS
Complete the online or paper admissions application if you are a new applicant or did not attend the previous semester. Please Note: First-time applicants are required to pay a one-time, $10 application fee with their initial application.
2. Request transcripts.
Request that your official college, high school or GED transcripts be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment. Transcripts must be sent from all colleges attended.
3. Request ACT or SAT scores.
Students under the age of 21 or those applying to the Nursing, Respiratory Care or Radiologic Technology programs must request official scores be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.
4. Supply vaccination information.
If you intend on being a full-time student (12 credit hours or more per semester), you will need to show proof of having received two doses of the MMR and Varicella (chickenpox) vaccines unless you fall into one of the exception categories. You can attend part-time (11 credit hours or less per semester) without MMR or Varicella (chickenpox) documentation. Please review the Certificate of Immunization (MMR) form for all exceptions.
CERTIFICATE OF IMMUNIZATION FORM
5. Wait for acceptance.
A letter of acceptance will be mailed to you from the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.
Students are placed into courses according to valid ACT/SAT scores or by taking a placement test prior to registering for classes.
If you are an international applicant seeking an F-1 Visa, please see the college catalog for specific requirements. The deadline is November 15 for spring applicants and July 15 for fall applicants. For more information, please contact us. If you are a current high school junior or senior interested in taking college courses, find out more information about dual enrollment.