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Admissions / Tuition

Enrollment Policy

ENROLLMENT POLICY

The enrollment agreement is the contract signed between the student and the institution. The agreement specifies the conditions under which the school will provide instruction to the student. It also specifies all costs a student must pay to enroll in a specific school program. A copy of the completed enrollment agreement must be given to the student upon execution of the enrollment agreement.

The student and an authorized agent of the school must date and sign the agreement prior to the time instruction begins. This enrollment agreement meets all the requirements set forth in law and regulations. In using this form, a school must modify the information printed on each form, tailoring it to include its own school and program information. When languages other than English are used in the recruitment presentation, the modified sample enrollment agreement shall be translated into the language of the recruitment presentation.

In submitting such enrollment agreements for approval, the school must include a literal English translation of the foreign language enrollment agreement as well as a notarized attestation from the translator affirming the accuracy of the translation. If you have specific questions, contact the Education Team liaison to whom you are assigned when you file your school application and fee.

Please note that we are no longer requesting the entire social security number on enrollment agreements due to issues of potential identity theft and securing student information. However, Federal grants or loans may require that information.

To be considered for acceptance, please submit the following documents according to your current status.

  • The documentation below is required for dual-enrolled high school students:
    • Submit high school transcripts
    • Submit SAT/ACT/CLT scores
    • Submit admission essay
    • College transcripts not required for an admission decision
  • Requirements under 22-years-old and transferring without an associate degree:
    • Submit college transcripts
    • Submit high school transcripts
    • Submit SAT/ACT/CLT scores
    • Submit admission essay
  • Requirements 22 or older transferring without an associate degree:
    • Submit college transcripts
    • Submit high school transcripts 
    • Submit admission essay
    • No SAT/ACT/CLT scores are required
  • Transferring with an associate degree:
    • Submit college transcripts
    • Submit admission essay
    • No high school transcripts are required
    • No SAT/ACT/CLT scores are required