Regular Admission of students to a program is contingent upon their meeting statewide admissions requirements and institutional admissions requirements established for that specific program and upon proper completion of all admissions procedures.
Provisional Admission of students to a program is based on an evaluation of test scores and other admission file data by the Office of Admissions and program faculty and upon proper completion of all admissions procedures. Provisionally admitted student’s English, Math and/or Reading levels that do not meet regular admission requirements must enroll in Learning Support classes. Provisionally admitted students are allowed to take certain programs specific courses as designated in the program standards. All students initially admitted on a provisional basis must meet regular program admission requirements prior to graduation. Provisional admission of transfer students to a program is contingent upon their meeting applicable licensure and accreditation requirements.
Some students may be referred to Adult Education depending upon test results. Adult Education and/or Learning Support classes are offered to enable students to meet recommended standards. Courses include reading, math, and English so as to support improving the student’s chances of success in a regular program of study. Students may also receive English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction.
Special Status Admission is granted to an applicant who desires to take credit courses for personal or professional benefit but do not plan to earn a degree, diploma or certificate. The following parameters apply to this classification: