The school’s admissions committee considers each application individually. If you are a recent high school graduate, the committee’s decision will be influenced by recommendations from your high school principal, guidance counselor, teachers or other responsible citizens who are not relatives. If you are upgrading or changing careers, recommendations from your employer, community leaders, co-workers or other individuals who can assess your abilities will help you gain admission.
All documents, transcripts and TEAS results must be received by May 15th each year to be considered for a September admission date.
Classes are enrolled once per year in September.
Applicants must meet the following requirements to qualify for admission.
- English: 4 units
- Mathematics: 2 units including Algebra
- Social Studies: 2 units
- Chemistry: 1 unit, Non-Regents accepted
- Earth or General Science: 1 unit
- Biology: 1 unit
- Electives: 6 units