Because Abrams College is a licensed post-secondary institution, all students must satisfy the minimum secondary educational requirements prior to attending any course of instruction. The program requirements are:
- High School Diploma, G.E.D., or equivalency.
- 18 years of age or older
- Legal resident or citizen of the United States.
- No felony convictions or convictions related to drug and/or sex crimes.
- EMT and PHLEBOTOMY PROGRAM: Valid CPR Card
Admission Requirements – Advanced Programs
In addition to the above, courses that are designated as advanced programs carry additional entrance requirements. These programs are designed for individuals with previous education in their respective profession. These courses have additional entrance requirements.
Please consult the catalog for specific entrance requirements for the program of interest.
Course Availability & Admissions
Each program or course of study has limitations on the number of students that may enroll. Factors that typically influence the number of students that may enroll include instructor availability, classroom size, clinical faculty availability, adjunct faculty availability, hospital and clinical availability as well as the primary instructors personal comfort level for the number of students that are in each class.
Abrams College is a friendly institution to all of its staff as well as the students who are educated within our halls. Therefore, it is ultimately at the discretion of the instructor on the number of students who are accepted within each program of study. It is for this reason that interested students should obtain information related to course availability prior to sending in their application and deposit.