Becoming a student in our health programs
In addition to each program's separate admission requirements, you will need to meet the following requirements for most lower division health programs:
- Pass a background check and drug screen
- Provide proof of immunizations
- Fill out a Health Examination Form
- Attend a student services orientation and an orientation for your program.
Upper Division Health Programs Admissions
Admission to our bachelor's degrees in dental hygiene, health services administration, nursing and veterinary technology require an associate degree at a minimum. We accept applications for our health-related bachelor's degrees during specific dates, as noted in the admission guides below. Applications for the Health Services Administration BAS degree are accepted throughout the year.
College of Health Sciences
College of Nursing
College of Veterinary Technology