Special Admissions

Students wishing to enter a program leading to a field that requires a license or certification should be aware that a prior misdemeanor or felony conviction may restrict the individual’s ability to obtain professional licensure or certification.

Felony convictions do not exclude admission to the College, although admission may be denied to individuals whom the college considers to be a potential danger to the safety, security, and educational environment of the College. In order to help foster a safe learning environment, the College requires those individuals who have been convicted of a felony, and who are interested in attending classes at the College, to disclose this information prior to registering for classes. Failure to disclose a felony conviction may result in the student being immediately withdrawn from current classes and may result in disciplinary action including dismissal or expulsion, as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct.