Admissions Requirements for Clock Hour Programs
General admission for the Career Certificate programs:
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Demonstrate reading proficiency at the 6th grade level or higher.
Individuals under the age of 18 who have not earned a high school completion credential may be admitted to Career Certificate programs if they meet the following criteria:
Demonstrates reading proficiency at the 6th grade level or higher.
Provides written consent for admission from the individual’s parent or legal guardian.
Provides written confirmation from all high schools attended that they have not been found guilty of any of the following offenses:
Distribution of drugs
Simple battery upon school employees or agents
Burglary of school property
Criminal mischief or vandalism
Possession of weapons or dangerous objects
Indecent public conduct
Battery upon another student resulting in bodily harm
Inciting or participating in a major student disorder
Commission of any felony
Individuals currently attending a public or private high school or home school also may be admitted as dual enrollment students if they meet the dual enrollment requirements in accordance with inter-institutional agreements.
Selective Admissions Programs: Some Career Certificate programs have additional admissions requirements as established by the College administration, State Statute or State Board of Education rule. Admission requirements for all Selective Admission programs will be published on the program curriculum pages of the College’s catalog.