An admissions representative will discuss the programs of study, including the applicant’s individual motivation and potential, for success in training and subsequent employment. Each student will be assigned an admissions representative to aid the student during his or her professional and educational experience.
• Prospective student must be at least 17 years old (prior to beginning classes).
• Evidence of high school graduation transcript must be authentic and accompanied by a certified translation in English, if necessary (No High school diploma? We can help.)
• Authenticated transcripts from other colleges or universities attended. The transcript must contain the following: subjects studied, dates attended, grades awarded, and next level promotion.
• Government-issued photo identification (driver license, non-driver ID, passport etc.).
• Social Security Card.
• Permanent Resident/Other Eligible Non citizen Documentation
Our admission team will talk with you and understand your career goals. Only after they understand what your career ambitions are, they will present program options and show you around the campus. If it is a good fit, you will submit an application and will be notified once you have been accepted.