Admission is open to any qualified applicant. No qualified person will be excluded from enrollment at Chancellor Institute based on age, race, gender, disability or national origin. Class start times vary depending upon language of instruction.
Applicants must be 17 years of age or older. If applicant is 17 years of age at the time of enrollment, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant.
- The applicant should present evidence of high school diploma, GED or signed attestation of graduation or completion of GED. Please note that a signed attestation is not a replacement for evidence of high school graduation. Applicants must present evidence of graduation or GED prior to completion of the program of study.
- Students, who have not completed high school diploma or GED and are 17 years of age or older must demonstrate the ability to benefit from the program of instruction. Students without a High School Diploma or GED must complete the Wonderlic or Tabe (Verbal and Quantitative) tests as approved by the Department of Education at an off-site location and submit proof of passing scores of 200 on the Verbal and 210 on the quantitative tests.
- Students must pass a Test of Adult Basic Education identified by state and federal regulations.
- All accepted students must complete an Enrolment Agreement.
Entrance Requirements for *Practical Nursing* Program
- Clearance on a Level I background check (Level II submit to FBON before submitting Application)
- Show documentation of a physical examination & immunizations
- Students will need to take the HESI entrance exam with a passing score of 70% or higher in areas, of Math. Reading, Grammar & Science to enter into the program
- Applicants need to attend the PN orientation and Interview with the Campus Director.
- Submit 2 letters of character from professionals, employer, community liaison, church affiliations, etc
- Complete all admissions documents
Students that are being enrolled in programs on ground campus will attend an interview counselling session with admissions representative. We encourage applicants to bring their friends and families or those who are a vital part of their personal “support system”. Both the applicants and family members will have an opportunity to learn more about the institution and its training programs. The interview is designed to evaluate applicants and their commitment to their educational goals.
- Students that are enrolling in online programs will be scheduled for an interview counseling session with admissions representatives through telephone or webinar via internet. The school’s entrance test is a composition of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Wonderlic or (TABE) Test Adult Basic Education Verbal and Quantitative tests as approved by the Department of Education at an off-site location and submits proof of passing scores of 200 on the Verbal and 210 on the quantitative tests. Applicants must achieve a grade level of 11 on the Basic Skills (TABE) Test (11.0 in Reading, 11.0 in Math, and 11.0 in Language Arts).
Important Note: Applicants with criminal backgrounds who apply for programs which require state certification or licensure are advised that they will be required to submit to a criminal background check by the Florida Department of Health as part of the licensure application. Presence of criminal convictions on record may be cause to reject an applicant for state licensure. Furthermore, a criminal background may cause exclusion from externship activities depending upon the externship site’s policies and rules. Externship sites may require that specific criminal background checks be performed prior to attending clinical duties on site. All costs related with criminal background checks will be the students’ responsibility.
HOME HEALTH AIDE AND PHLEBOTOMY PROGRAMS ONLY
High-school education is not a prerequisite since the programs are designed to provide quality training regardless of previous educational experience. However, applicants are encouraged to obtain the GED diploma because this is a requirement for climbing the career ladder or pursuing higher education in the nursing and allied health profession.