Admission Requirements

To be considered for regular admission for all programs, you must:

1. Be interviewed by an admission officer at the school
2. Complete an application
3. Meet with a financial advisor and be approved for funding
4. Provide official transcripts for each school attended
5. Complete an enrollment agreement and necessary disclosure and acknowledgments
6. Be at least 18 years of age

If you do not have a high school diploma or HISET/AEL, you may still be admitted by meeting the following requirements:

1. Be beyond the age of compulsory school attendance; and
2. Demonstrate your ability to benefit from the program by successfully completing an entrance exam*.

*There is no cost or obligation for testing. The admission test is the TABE Basic Skills Test. Unless otherwise noted, the minimum score to qualify is 70%.


The Commercial Driver's License program fulfills the requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, a division of the United States Department of Transportation, which governs all transportation-related industries. This program provides the education and training to deal with the special knowledge requirements and handling characteristics of such large vehicles. It prepares the student to obtain a commercial driver's license.

Bookkeeping & Accounting

The Bookkeeping and Accounting course is designed to provide the student with the skills needed to perform a variety of accounting applications with emphasis on computer technology. This program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level employment and advancement in accounting positions.

Computer User Support

The Computer User Support course provides training for technical assistance to computer system users, answers questions or resolves computer problems for clients in person, via telephone or from a remote location. This course provides the students the opportunity to obtain careers in Information Technology, Computer Support, Computer Technician, Help Desk, Technical Support, Network Support, Electronic Data Processing and Internet Application.

Secretaries & Administrative Assistants

The Secretaries and Administrative Assistants program is an intense training to gain mastery of keyboarding skills and office protocols. Secretaries and administrative assistants perform clerical and administrative duties; they organize files, prepare documents, schedule appointments and support other staff.

Graduation Requirements

To be awarded a Certificate of Completion, you must meet the following requirements:

1. Complete all required contact hours for the program.
2. Complete each of the required classes in the program with a grade of C or better.
3. Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better.

To graduate, a student must pass each course with a 70% or above and maintain a 70% or above cumulative grade for all courses.

Grades shall be finalized within 48 hours of the close of each course. The grades shall be standard for each course and determined numerically with a base of 100%. The instructor shall convert the numeric grade to the scale of A, B, C, D, and F for the purposes of determining GPA. You may appeal a final grade within the first week of the following class start.