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General Admissions Requirements
It is the policy of Casa Loma College not to discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, veteran, or qualified disability in educational programs, activities, admission, or employment policies.
To be considered for admission to Casa Loma College, you must first meet the following minimum requirements. Completing these requirements does not guarantee admissions.
- Meet with an Admissions Representative
- Complete a questionnaire for application
- Proof of graduation from an accredited high school in the United States by official transcript of original diploma; or have received their GED from an accredited testing organization or have had foreign transcripts evaluated and state on the evaluation that “United States High School requirements have been met.”
- Earn a passing score on the admissions test, meeting your specific programs minimum score.
- If the admissions test score falls below the minimum score allowable for enrollment, and, based on the student’s documented previous education and related work experience, the Program Director Is authorized to use professional judgment to make an exception for a student who does not meet the minimum score to continue with the enrollment process. The exception must be documented with reasoning.
- For Reenrollments - If the date on the entrance test exceeds two years from the reenroll start date, the student must retake the entrance exam. If the entrance exam scoring table has changed in grading criteria by two or more points per section, the student must retake the entrance exam.
- Complete the Enrollment Application.
- Complete all financial arrangements with the financial aid department or student accounts. All financial arrangements must be completed prior to admission. (Some circumstances may prevent completion prior to admission)
- Sign an Enrollment Agreement
If Casa Loma College has reason to believe that the high school diploma submitted by a candidate for enrollment is not valid or was not obtained from an institution that provides secondary school education, the validity of the candidate’s high school completion will be evaluated. Resources utilized to check the validity of high school diplomas are the California Department of Education, Western Association of Schools and Colleges and National Center for Educational Statistics. If a diploma, transcript or credentials, is determined to be not valid, the student will be denied admission into the College.
In addition to the above minimum College admissions requirements, each program has additional admissions criteria, outlined below. Both the College and program specific requirements must be met for enrollment. See programmatic requirements under PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS under the Admissions Tab.