Selective Programs

The programs below have additional requirements for acceptance, and the number of seats is limited.  Please view the program-specific webpage to download important forms and stay informed about the most current application information.

o   Submission of High School transcript or GED and transcripts from all post secondary institutions attended.

o   Take the Biology placement test in addition to the full Compass Placement Test (math, reading, and writing). 

o   Submit an application for the Nursing Program by December 1 for consideration for the following fall semester.

o   Take the Test of Essential Academic Skill (TEAS-V) by December 1. Use ATI’s website to register and pay for the TEAS test.

 

o   Submission of High School transcript or GED and transcripts from all post secondary institutions attended.

o   Take the Biology placement test in addition to the full Compass Placement Test (math, reading, and writing). 

o   Submit an application for the PTA department by February 1

o   Schedule and complete 16 hours of observation, with at least 4 hours of in-patient and 4 hours of out-patient observations by February 1.

o   Take the Health Occupation Basic Entrance Test by February 1  Use ATI’s website to register and pay for the HOBET.

o   After all steps are completed, qualified candidates will be asked to come in for an interview.

 

o   Submission of High School transcript or GED and transcripts from all post secondary institutions attended.

o   Take the Biology placement test in addition to the full Compass Placement Test (math, reading, and writing). 

o   Submit a college application and select Pre-OTA by February 1

o   Schedule and complete ten hours of OTA observations from two different agencies by February 1

o   Attend a scheduled program orientation

 

o   Submission of High School transcript or GED and transcripts from all post secondary institutions attended.

o   Take the Biology placement test in addition to the full Compass Placement Test (math, reading, and writing)

o   Schedule and complete 20 hours of observation and answer the questions on the Career Exploration Form by February 1

o   The most qualified applicants will be asked to attend an informational session and personal interview with a program representative.

 

***NOTE: Any student wishing to take upper level science courses toward any program may be required to take additional placement testing in Biology and/or Chemistry.