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    Remington College Admissions

    If you’re thinking about your next steps and which career options you might want to pursue, Remington College would like to help.

    What’s your current situation? What interests you in terms of a future career? What do you think your strengths are? What are your goals in life? Remington College admissions reps are ready to talk with you and uncover the possibilities.

    Call or request information to learn more about admission to Remington College. 

  • Want to Get Started at Remington College?
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    If you’re committed to working toward a new career and a chance at a brighter future, you of course want that future to begin as soon as possible. At Remington College, taking the first step is simple! We’ve made the admissions process easy for you. 

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    Steps Toward Admission
    Here’s what you should do to get started:

    1. Contact an admissions representative. Call Today!
      Your rep will help you schedule an appointment to tour our campus, learn about our programs in detail, and review your options for financial assistance(1).
      • Online students: Please see the FAQs page for more information.
    2. Complete an Application and Enrollment Agreement.
      Your admissions rep will review the agreement with you and will answer your questions during the process.
      • Note: Because certain career fields like Pharmacy Technician require a criminal background check, we also typically require this check before you begin your training. This helps to ensure that you can meet the standard job requirements later, when you pursue a job in that field.
    3. Show documented proof of your graduation from high school or the equivalent (such as a GED certificate).
      • For bachelor’s degree programs, you must have completed the prerequisite associate-level coursework and must meet the core and general education course requirements specified in the Campus Catalog.
    4. Take and pass a standardized entrance test.
      Your admissions rep can set this up for you. This test isn’t required if you can show proof of an associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college.
    5. Arrange for payment of the program tuition and any related fees.
      Our student finance reps will review your available financing options and can work with you to complete the required forms. You may also need to complete credit applications, financial aid applications (if you’re applying for financial aid), promissory notes, or other financial documents.(1) 

      For admission into your program of choice, you need to meet the preceding requirements and any program-specific requirements before your program’s first scheduled class date.

    General Admission Standards

    Remington College generally requires a high school diploma or equivalent (such as a General Educational Development [GED] certificate). The College has additional requirements for admission, including passing an entrance test and showing the ability to pay for your program. Please see the 'Steps Toward Admissions' below or review your Campus Catalog for details, or contact the campus to ask about other entrance requirements for your program of choice.


    (1) Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

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