Limited Student Services
Due to New Student Registration and Orientation Sessions, Enrollment Services will be limited on the following dates and times:
Admission to our academic programs operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must complete the following requirements to be eligible for admission. Please visit the Continuing Education & Customized Training page if you are seeking noncredit courses for training purposes or professional development.
You must possess a high school diploma or GED or achieve Ability to Benefit scores on the ACCUPLACER Test to be considered for admission. However, a high school diploma or GED is required to be eligible for financial aid.
If you graduated from high school within the past five years, you must submit your high school transcript. GED recipients must provide a copy of a GED certificate. College students or graduates who wish to transfer college credits must provide official college transcripts. Official transcripts should be sent directly to DCTC from the previous college. Transcripts submitted in person must be in a sealed envelope.
|Dental Assistant||Proof of high school graduation or GED|
|Energy Tech / Nuclear Tech||Acknowledgement of Understanding form|
|GM ASEP||Mechanical Reasoning Test, dealer sponsorship|
|Medical Assistant||Proof of high school graduation or GED, and qualifying scores on ACCUPLACER|
|Practical Nursing||See the Practical Nursing Qualifiers and Admissions Requirements|
|Railroad Conducting||DOT physical and fitness exam|
Although lack of English skills is not a barrier for admissions to the college, some programs do require a certain level of English competency for acceptance.