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A student seeking admission to Casa Loma College must meet the general admissions requirements in addition to the requirements of their specific degree program.

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General Admissions Requirements

Admission to Casa Loma College is selective and reserved for students who are prepared to meet the rigors of college-level work. Speaking to our Admissions Advisors will help you through the admissions process as they will be able to answer questions and point you in the direction of your desired interest. Our team of Admissions Advisors is available to walk through the entire application process with you, such as clarifying admissions requirements, transferring coursework and explaining the financial commitment.

For consideration of admission to Casa Loma College, you must first meet the general admissions requirements. Once these requirements are met, you must then meet the specialized program admission requirements. The admissions process is considered complete when all requirements have been met. Completing these requirements does not guarantee admissions.

General Admissions Requirements

  1. Students are required to visit the College prior to enrollment to obtain a clear understanding of
  2. the College, view the facilities and equipment and meet with staff and instructors, if so desired.
  3. All applicants are required to complete an application form and engage in a personal interview with an Admissions Advisor.
  4. All applicants must take and pass a standardized entrance exam.
  5. An applicant for enrollment at the College must possess a diploma from an accredited high school or the recognized equivalent prior to enrollment in order to enroll in the College.
  6. Acceptable proof of high school graduation or equivalency must be submitted as follows:
    1. A copy of the applicant’s high school diploma, transcripts, or a copy of the applicant’s official GED certificate prior to starting classes.
    2. High school documentation from a country other than the United States must be translated and certified to be at least the equivalent of a U.S. high school diploma by an agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE).
  7. United States Citizen or possess a Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
  8. Complete all financial arrangements with the financial aid department or student accounts.
  9. All applicants must pay a non-refundable processing fee for enrollment.
  10. All applicants must complete and sign an enrollment agreement.

English Language Proficiency: All applicants to the College whose first language is not English must demonstrate competence in the English language. Students must demonstrate English language proficiency through the TABE Entrance Examination or TOEFL before completing enrollment at the College. This requirement applies to international, non-international, residents, transfer and non-transfer students. Based on the results of the assessment examination admissions will either accept or deny the applicant for enrollment.

Criminal Background Check: Applicants enrolling in the College who have a misdemeanor or felony conviction should be aware that they may not meet applicable licensure or certification requirements and may not be able to secure employment in the field. Certain misdemeanor and felony convictions may prevent a student from successfully completing the desired program due to the inability to place students on internship/externship and/or gain employment; therefore, all applicants  selected for enrollment, will be enrolled conditionally until background screening results are reviewed.

Drug Screening: The College’s Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program prohibits the unauthorized use, possession, sale, conveyance, distribution, and manufacture of controlled substances, including marijuana, as well as being under the influence of legally prescribed drugs that prevent an individual from performing the essential functions of his or her job or where the individual poses a direct threat while using those drugs. Casa Loma College adheres to all policies of clinical facilities with which the College affiliates for student clinical internship/externship learning experiences. Clinical facilities often require students to submit to a drug screen and to test negative for Drugs as a condition of acceptance at that clinical facility. Accepted candidates for admission to a program may therefore be required to pass a drug test prior to enrollment in a program, randomly while in the program, and/or prior to the start of a clinical rotation. Accepted candidates who refuse to submit to screening or fail to pass a drug screening may be withdrawn from consideration or enrollment into a program; enrolled students who refuse to submit to screening or fail to pass a drug screen may face disciplinary action up to and including termination.

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, or admissions.

Casa Loma College reserves the right to deny enrollment or continued enrollment to any student.

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