At Kaplan College, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to begin working toward your future career. You can request more information about our admissions process online or call Kaplan College at 800.935.1857 (Toll Free). An Admissions Representative can guide you through a step-by-step process to help you:
- Identify your interests and career goals
- Explore the career options for each program
- Arrange for a personal tour of the campus
- Find out if you qualify for various financing options
- Start with the admissions process
Specific Procedures for Admission
Kaplan College has established the following requirements and procedures for admission:
- All applicants must complete the required admissions documents and submit the necessary fee(s) stated on the Tuition and Fee Schedule.
- All applicants must complete an informational interview. Parents or spouses are encouraged to be present.
- All applicants are encouraged to tour the campus prior to starting classes.
- All applicants for Associate of Arts Degree programs and Pharmacy Technician diploma program are required to take an entrance exam prior to enrollment and attain minimum score requirements.
- All courses are taught in English. Students must be able to speak, read, and write fluently in English. English abilities will be determined through the College's admissions test (if applicable), an interview, and completion of necessary documents.
- Applications for credit for previous education, training, work experience (experiential learning), or CLEP must be completed prior to the first day of the course. This may require testing by examination to determine credit for previous education, training, or work experience.
- All applicants must complete financial arrangements prior to starting class. If applicable, financial aid applications must be completed.
- All applicants must complete an Enrollment Agreement (must be signed by a parent or guardian if the applicant is under 18 years of age).
- Students must have any required health examinations, pathology tests, and immunizations completed prior to beginning clinical courses, fieldwork training, or an externship experience.
- The state, employers, and various other agencies may require criminal background checks before a student can be placed in an externship or take professional licensing, certification, or registration exams. Students who have prior felony convictions or serious misdemeanors may be denied the opportunity to take professional licensing, certification, or registration exams, or may be denied a license or certification to practice in some states even if the exam is taken and successfully completed. Students are responsible for inquiring with the appropriate agencies about current requirements prior to enrolling in the program of their choice.
Begin Your Future Today
Call 800.935.1857 (Toll Free) to speak directly to an Admissions Representative or click here.