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  • Want to Get Started at Remington College?

    Below is a step-by-step guide to our admissions and enrollment process:

    1. Contact a Remington College Admissions Representative and schedule a tour.
    2. As soon as you reach out to Remington College we will pair you with an Admissions Representative at the campus nearest you. They will be your guide to the admissions and enrollment process from start to finish.

      The first thing we’ll do is schedule a tour of the campus you’re considering so you can talk to us in person and learn more about our programs. Family and friends are encouraged to come along! Online students: Please see the FAQs page for more information.

    3. Choose your degree or diploma program.
    4. Your Admissions Representative can talk to you about your interests and our programs.

      And if you aren’t sure what you want to study, he or she can help you figure that out, too.

    5. Fill out an application and an enrollment agreement.
    6. Your Admissions Representative will walk you through the Remington College application and enrollment agreement and be on-hand at all times to answer your questions during the process. Some career fields may require a criminal background check, which we do before you begin your training. This helps to ensure you can meet the standard job requirements later, when you look for a job in that field.(1)

      Other entrance requirements may also apply. Just ask your Admissions Representative about the entrance requirements for your program.

    7. Show proof of high school graduation or a GED.
    8. Proof of high school graduation or its equivalent is a standard requirement for all Remington College degree or diploma programs.

      For bachelor’s degree programs, you must complete the required associate-level coursework and meet the core and general education course requirements as noted in our College Catalog.

    9. Take and pass a standardized entrance test.
    10. Your Admissions Representative on Campus can set this up for you. This test isn’t needed if you can show proof of an associate degree or higher from an accredited college.

    11. Review your options for financial aid (available for those who qualify).
    12. Our Student Finance Associates will review with you the financing options available to you. You may need to fill out financial aid applications, credit applications, or other financial documents. But don’t worry! We will work with you on the required forms.

      For admission into your program of choice, you need to meet the preceding requirements and any program-specific requirements before you can start your program, but we’ll help you make sure these admissions steps are done in a timely way so you can start your program as soon as possible.