Program Admissions

Admissions Procedures

Students may apply to the CLT or CLA program while completing the entrance requirements. Applications are evaluated on an ongoing basis, and candidates are notified upon acceptance. CLT classes begin each fall semester; CLA classes begin each spring. All candidates must submit an official high school transcript or GED scores and official transcripts from other colleges/universities attended.

Requirements

Admission Screening Procedures

Admission to this program is selective. Students may obtain applications for admission by completing the health professions application. Applications are reviewed in the order received, and candidates will be notified of their status. Candidates are encouraged to apply during the spring semester (January) to be considered for acceptance into classes that begin each fall semester (August).

Special Admission Requirements

Criminal background checks and drug testing are required of all health professions students. Students demonstrating a positive background check or drug test will be denied admission to health professions programs. Students demonstrating a positive background check or drug test while enrolled in health professions courses will be dismissed from the program.

Program Requirements

Students must complete all required courses with a minimum grade of C. Prior biology, chemistry, and mathematics credits must have been earned within the last 10 years. A completed medical form and proof of health insurance must be on file prior to beginning clinical practicums. Students must provide their own uniforms and transportation to and from all clinical sites.

Graduation Requirements

It is the responsibility of the student to know and fulfill all degree/certificate academic requirements and graduation procedures.

Note: Health professions programs require criminal background checks, drug testing, and specific medical requirements including updated vaccinations, current CPR, and PT program students must have a driver’s license. Students demonstrating a positive background check or positive drug test will be denied admission to health professions programs. Students demonstrating a positive background check or positive drug test while enrolled in health professions programs will be dismissed from the program.