Applicants must present evidence of high school graduation from an accredited high school for any curriculum. For non-high school graduates, the GED equivalency may be substituted. It is desirable for applicants to have maintained a C average or better in high school.
A Scholastic Level Exam is required to measure the applicant's special needs and to establish ability grouping.
The admission procedure requires an exchange of information between the applicant and the College, which maintains a staff of representatives for this purpose. These representatives conduct a personal interview with each prospective applicant before any decision is made to submit an application for admission. During the interview, the representative will discuss the College's educational programs in relation to the applicant's career preferences, training needs, and individual motivations.
To qualify for acceptance by Miller-Motte, each applicant must fully meet the following general requirements.
Each applicant must:
- Be interviewed by an admissions representative;
- Receive a minimum grade of 15 on the Wonderlic assessment test (unless qualified to enter Six Weeks to Success Program)
- Entrance evaluation may be waived for applicants holding an Associate’s Degree or higher;
- An applicant must receive a score of 18 or higher to be admitted to the Surgical Technology Program;
- Take Math and English assessments to determine the student’s special needs, except when the applicant has applicable transfer credits or enrolled in a program not requiring Math or English courses. The tests will be administered on the school grounds by the appropriate test administrator. Entrance evaluation may be waived for applicants holding an Associate Degree or higher;
- Be beyond the age of compulsory high school attendance;
- Provide an official transcript and/or a statement documenting his/her graduation from high school or document his/her achievement of the high school graduation equivalency diploma (GED);
- Submit an Application for Admission form;
See admissions representative for specific program requirements.