1. Official high school transcripts or G.E.D. test scores. Transcripts from an educational institution located outside of the United States must be translated in English by a U.S. Department of Education approved provider of translation services. Transcripts from outside of the United States must be equivalency validated by a U.S. Department of Education approved provider of equivalency validation services.
  2. Official college or vocational transcripts for any courses taken.
  3. Passing score of 55 or greater on the ATI TEAS Test pre - entrance screening exam, including verbal ability, math and science. Information on study packages for the TEAS exam can be found by visiting ATITesting.com. Scoring at or above the minimum passing composite score indicates you have passed the pre-entrance exam. Passing the pre-entrance exam does not guarantee admission.
  4. Computer Literacy and Internet Knowledge Test (CLIK) to determine proficiency.
  5. Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) to determine critical thinking and problem-solving. This test score is used in the event there is a tie in applicants for admission.
  6. Completed Background check.
  7. American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR completed by the first day of school and remaining in effect until graduation.

The following are not required for application, but must be completed or show evidence indicating completion before full admission to the program:

  1. Completion of the medical form by a licensed approved health care provider.
  2. A negative tuberculin skin test (PPD), QuantiFERON-TB Gold (QFT), or negative Chest X-Ray
  3. Rubella, Rubeola, Mumps (MMR), and Varicella titers or proof of immunity by a licensed approved healthcare provider.
  4. Drug screen showing no illegal drugs completed within 48 hours of payment of registration fees.
  5. Evidence of Hepatitis B Vaccine Series completion or declaration form completed.
  6. Evidence of current Flu vaccine or declination form completed.