Admissions

NPCollege certainly wants you to experience an easy application process. Therefore, applicants will have an opportunity to be personally interviewed by a school representative who can help you pave the way for your career decisions. You will be given a tour of the campus and receive a catalog describing the course offerings and the school policies. Once it has been determined the program you would like to apply for, a standardized entrance assessment is administered.

Please take a moment to also visit the Financial Aid Department to obtain additional information about your eligibility for federal funding and get answers to all of the questions you may have. As a prospective student, you are encouraged to review our school catalog as it contains all of our school’s policies, program information and schedules.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Any applicant MUST have minimum High School, GED or GED equivalent education.

(High school or postsecondary documentation from a country other than the United States, must be translated and evaluated to be at least the equivalent of a U.S. high school diploma or college degree by an agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE)). For applicants of the Phlebotomy program, foreign High School or higher education equivalency must first be translated, and evaluated. The evaluation MUST be sent directly to the California Department of Health

NPCollege admission procedures require that all applications be submitted in person.

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm

In addition to meeting the admissions requirements listed above, it is highly recommended that you make financial arrangements to cover course tuition and the registration fees since it is the last step to process your application.

Career Pathway Program

Purpose: Career Pathway Programs are provided for students with low basic education skills in writing, reading, math, and computer literacy. Students who receive these services include low-skilled adults and individuals with no high school diploma or its recognized equivalent. Their goals are to complete adult high school and obtain a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent and perhaps earn employment related credentials. Transition programs are aligned with adult education content standards, postsecondary education completion goals, college entry readiness, life skills, employment instruction and training.

*  Career Pathways include academic instruction, non-academic services, and support for students to ensure student success and transition to postsecondary career and        employment options.

*  Career Training Programs include: Medical Assistant (Diploma).

Qualification: Prospective Ability to Benefit (PAB) student is a prospective student that does not possess a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent and must complete and pass an ability to benefit (ATB) exam as part of the enrollment eligibility of our Career Pathway Programs.