First steps in applying for limited seat programs
The following are considered "Limited" programs:
- Central Sterile Processing Certificate
- Medical Assisting A.A.S.
- Pharmacy Technology A.A.S. and Diploma
- Phlebotomy Certificate
- Surgical Technology A.A.S.
Business and Hospitality Education
- Brewing, Distillation, and Fermentation A.A.S.
- Cosmetology A.A.S. and Diploma
- Esthetics Technology Certificate
- Manicuring/Nail Technology Certificate
Effective spring 2017, we are no longer offering Therapeutic Massage programs.
Emergency Medical Sciences
Our Limited programs have a very specific application process and separate application dates from any of our other programs. They have smaller classes that are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
For entry into a limited program for fall, we begin taking applicants on the first working day in April. Interested students should come to the Bailey Student Services Building to meet with an Academic Advisor. Advisors will meet with students in the order in which they arrive as pertain to their program, beginning at 8:00 a.m.
The Phlebotomy Program has a special application process. You will need to attend an information session before meeting with an advisor. The schedule is posted here.
The following limited programs also allow entry in the spring:
- Manicuring/Nail Technology (varies from year-to-year based on student interest)
For entry into a limited program in the spring, we begin taking applicants in the Bailey Student Services Building on the first working day of September.
Prior to admission, you must have completed the following steps:
- A general application to the College
- New Student Orientation and the SmarterMeasure Assessment
- Placement: You must also complete the relevant portions of the NC-DAP/Accuplacer placement test. If you have already taken college courses to substitute for the placement test, you do not have to complete the placement test. You are encouraged to bring in a copy of your transcripts to show an academic advisor.
- All program course requisites