Prospective students must submit an application for enrollment.
In order to be admitted, prospective students must be above the age of compulsory education, and provide a high school diploma or GED equivalent along with two of the following forms of identification:
|STATE ISSUED PHOTO ID||DRIVERS LICENSE||PASSPORT|
|VISA||BIRTH CERTIFICATE||SOCIAL SECURITY CARD|
Applications must be completed in full and accompanied by a copy of the prospective student’s high school diploma, copies of 2 forms of approved ID and 3 references in order to begin the application process. The application will be reviewed, and final selections for enrollment will be made by the enrollment specialist.
COLLECTIV Academy does not discriminate based on sex, religion, age, color, race or ethnic origin.
Upon acceptance, the academy will issue a letter of acceptance to the prospective student. This letter will outline course and tuition information, along with orientation information and requirements.
New student orientation may be held in advance of the start date of each class. Orientation is part of the admissions process and attendance is mandatory. A separate meeting will need to be arranged prior to orientation to discuss pre-enrollment information including the academy completion, licensure and placement rates, along with important industry statistics and other pertinent information. A written copy of the catalog will be given to each student at orientation or prior to, but students will receive their professional packs and lockers at orientation. Academy policies and procedures will be explained in full and student photos will be taken. Student ID cards will be given within one week of start date.
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