Applying to Mandl School, The College of Allied Health is a simple process that starts with requesting an application from our Admissions Department. Then there are a few easy steps to follow to help streamline the process and get you started. Let’s go through them:
- Secure an application for enrollment from the Mandl Admissions Department.
- Provide proof of having completed high school or your GED. Applicants who have completed their education outside of the United States and who, because of exceptional circumstances, are not able to produce their educational credentials at the time of the interview may submit a notarized declaration of high school graduation that must be dated and signed by the student at the time of admission. If the educational credentials are in a language other than English, it is the responsibility of the student to provide the College with a copy of the credentials translated and evaluated by an evaluation service.
- The applicant must have a personal interview with the Director or a representative of the Admissions Department.
- Upon acceptance to Mandl, a registration fee is to be paid by the applicant. The fee is nonrefundable.
Applicants who have attended other post-secondary institutions may arrange for each institution to mail a transcript to Mandl. Transcripts will be evaluated for the purpose of advanced standing.
Once Mandl has determined that an applicant has met the admissions requirements, an acceptance letter is sent to the applicant. An applicant who does not satisfy the admissions requirements will be notified by the College.
Admission to Mandl is granted only for the semester of acceptance and applicants who do not start as planned must apply to reactivate the application for a subsequent term and may be required to pay an additional application fee.
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