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REGISTER NOW for an information session with your career development program instructor or adult diploma program coordinator, Diana Gott.  
An information session is a meeting with the program instructor to review the details of the program and to provide information about the expectations of the student. These meetings help the potential student understand the commitment involved and the career direction they can take once they complete the program.  
BEFORE your information session:
Complete online forms specific to your program.  This is part of the process when you register for the info session.
AFTER your information session:
1.  Complete eligible funding, financial aid (FAFSA school code = 026038), and/or scholarship applications.
2.  Request an appointment with the student services coordinator to review all of your submitted financial aid documentation and/or meet with an administrative assistant to finalize your payment plan or outside funding.
3.  Register to take the Workkeys assessment and attain a program-specific passing score.  A registration link will be emailed to you.

4.  Finalize your online program enrollment.  You will receive a link via email to register for your program after your information session and steps 1-3 are complete.  Depending on the program, this may include providing required documentation such as a physical and/or a TB test.  Some programs also require a background check prior to clinical placement.   

Career Development & Adult Diploma Program Information Sessions

Personal Enrichment and Continuing Education Courses

Admission Requirements

Admission to educational programs accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) are open to students 18 years or older who hold a high school diploma or GED and are looking to enter or re-enter the workforce or start a new career. These requirements may be waived if the student is enrolling in a specially designated program such as the Adult Diploma Program (ADP) or programs designed to enhance a high school students’ credential attainment. All exceptions may require proper documentation and prior administrative approval.

How to Guide for Online Registration

Looking to explore what programs/courses the                  Learn the easy steps to take to get registered for an
Adult Career Center is currently offering? This                    information sessiion for one of our many programs.
guide will walk you through the simple process. 
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