Competitive Admissions Process
With the exception of the Mammography and Nurse Aide programs, all health programs require a competitive admissions process. A student must complete all pre-requisites and gain competitive points in order to apply for program approval. Students may take the designated program-related courses at FTCC in the Associate in General Education-Health program as they prepare to compete.
Health Programs Admissions GUIDE
When Are Health Program Applications Accepted?
***SPECIAL NOTE: THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS HAVE RE-OPENED the APPLICATION WINDOW for FALL 2022 ENTRY FOR A LIMITED TIME:
Central Sterile Processing Certificate / Emergency Medical Science Degree / Pharmacy Technology Degree
1) For all Competitive Health Programs (Allied Health and Nursing): The Student Health Program application to compete for a Fall (August) entry will be available online at this link: https://www.faytechcc.edu/academics/healthcare-programs/healthcare-program-enrollment/ between November 1 and midnight on January 30 each year.
2) All Health Programs have the option of re-opening the application window for their specific program if they do not receive sufficient applicants. A posting will be made to this webpage of those “re-opened” programs as well in early February.
3) The ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING and PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY Programs ONLY have a 2nd Entry Point for Spring Semester. The application window will be open from June 1 through July 31 to apply to compete for the January Entry.
Note to Applicants: The following programs require a “B” or higher grade in the related Science courses (Anatomy & Physiology, Physics, etc.): Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Pharmacy Tech, Physical Therapist Asst., Radiography, Speech-Language Pathology-Asst. The following programs require a “C” or higher grade in the related Science courses: Dental Assisting, EMS, Medical Sonography & Respiratory Therapy. Related Science courses must be no more than 5 years old and Health Programs do not allow more than 2 unsuccessful attempts without prior written approval by the program Department Chair.