The following information is only for students applying to Health Science programs that require an additional application.
The first step in applying to a Health Sciences program is to attend an information session. Some programs - but not all - offer online information sessions. The Phlebotomy and Radiologic Technology programs require you to attend a face-to-face information session before you submit your program application.
Information sessions tend to be informal and cover admission and academic requirements, the application and selection process, curriculum, and career opportunities.
View one of the following online information sessions.
Before submitting your program application, you must satisfactorily complete all general AACC admissions requirements.
Program applications are accepted on a rolling admission basis with a few exceptions. Applications are available in the Florestano Building Room 100 or online. Only complete applications will be processed. Admission to the program is separate from admission to the college. Conditional acceptance is given to qualified applicants who meet all admission and academic requirements.
|Program||Requirements and Applications||Deadline|
|EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN|
|The Paramedic program admits twice a year: August and March.|
|HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||July 15|
|HUMAN SERVICES||No special application|
|MEDICAL CODING||July 15|
|MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN||April 15|
|Admission cycle is closed and will re-open December 2018.|
|Registered Nurse||March 15|
The spring 2019 class is now full. Applications for the fall 2019 class will be available by December 1, 2018 and will be accepted beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018.
|LPN, Paramedic, Veterans, to RN Advanced Placement||Rolling|
|Practical Nursing||December 15|
|PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT||March 15|
|Admission cycle is now closed and will reopen November, 2018.
|RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY||Oct. 15|
Final acceptance in the program will be contingent upon:
Note: a urine drug screen may be required after admission.
Note: The Nursing and Radiologic Technology programs require passing the ATI TEAS test prior to admission.