ADMISSIONS

Admissions Specifications

  • The institution shall determine with reasonable certainty that each applicant for enrollment is fully informed as to the nature of the training provided. The institution shall advise each applicant prior to admission to ensure that applicant understands the program’s responsibilities and demands.
  • The institution shall consistently and fairly apply its admission standards as published. It determines that applicants understand such standards and are capable of benefiting from the training offered, and that applicants rejected did not meet such standards. The institution shall ensure that each applicant admitted has the proper qualifications, abilities, and skills necessary to complete the training, and shall ensure, and maintain documentation to demonstrate that each applicant meets all admission requirements.
  • SABER College shall not deny admission or discriminate against students enrolled at the institution on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, disability, or national origin. Institutions must reasonably accommodate applicants and students with disabilities to the extent required.
  • SABER College shall not accept enrollment from a person of compulsory school age, or one attending a school at the secondary level.
  • SABER College shall document its reasons for denying admission to any prospective student. Records of denied applicants will be kept on file for at least one year.
  • Students who are accepted into the program who are 16 years of age must have parental or guardian approval; with or without a High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
  • GED – Students wishing to complete a GED will be referred to public schools offering GED preparation and will be advised of the availability of on-line GED courses.
  • SABER College may accept transfer students in their Associate of Science programs. These students must come from other educational institutions accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. SABER College will grant credit for general education (associate degree) courses that are in SABER’s curriculum and that the student has completed with a 2.0 (C) average. SABER will not extend credit for core or technical courses. SABER may accept transfers within programs in the institution for Associate Degree programs provided the transfer has been reviewed and approved by the program director or Dean of Academic Affairs and entrance requirements have been met.
  • SABER College does not have articulation agreements with other institutions for the purpose of transferability of credits to other institutions. Transferability of credits to other institutions is at the discretion of the accepting institution, and it is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits from SABER College will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice.
  • All applicants must meet requirements as stipulated in the Entrance Requirements of each Program. The student will be given clock hour and tuition reduction on a pro-rata basis based on the results of the administered test.
  • Credits for previous clinical training or experience is not granted for the purpose of accepting transfer students into Associate Degree Programs.
  • SABER College may accept transfers within programs in the institution for Associate Degree programs provided the transfer has been reviewed and approved by the program director or Dean of Academic Affairs.

Entrance requirements

Entrance requirements will vary for each individual program as follows:

Non-Degree Program:

High School Diploma or equivalent

  1. English deficient
  2. Must need instruction in English to be able to use the knowledge and skills already possessed in order to obtain employment.

Non-Degree Program:

Submit a High School Diploma (or equivalent in their country of origin) or GED.

  1. Must be 18 years of age.
  2. Score at the 11.0 level in mathematics, language and reading on the TABE Test.
  3. Submit official school transcript documenting any previous work, with a minimum GPA of C average when requesting credit for general education courses previously taken at the associate degree level or higher. A student whose scores are below a 2.0 must take the course at SABER. Applicants requesting general education credit from foreign countries must submit an evaluation from Josef Silny & Associates, Inc. which specifies the academic content of the course to be waived. SABER will only waive courses that have the same academic content as the ones offered at this institution.
  4. LPN applicants must submit official school transcript from the Practical Nursing Program attended.
  5. LPN applicant must provide proof of current, unencumbered LPN licensure in Florida.
  6. Must successfully complete a personal oral and written interview with the Program Director and or an administrative representative of the program in order to evaluate the applicant’s ability to communicate satisfactorily as required by the health care delivery system.  The interviewer must recommend applicant for admission.
  7. Submit three letters of recommendation either from a prior instructor or from a current employer. Letters must have contact information of person writing recommendation, such as name, signature, phone number and address.
  8. Undergo a background check.  If applicant has a recent history of chemical abuse, or an arrest record indicating the same, he/she will be required to contact the intervention Project for Nurses (IPN).  Based on the evaluation results of IPN the applicant may be asked to enter into a contractual agreement for services with IPN.  Failure to enter into the stipulated contract and/or to comply with any of the requirements of the contract will result in denial of admission into the program.
  9. Meet physical strength and function requirements as required.
  10. Submit proof of CPR certification from the American Heart Association.
  11. Meet personal health requirements as stipulated in the SABER Physical Health Form.
  1. Submit a High School Diploma (or equivalent in their country of origin) or GED.
  2. Must be 18 years of age.
  3. Score at the 11.0 level in mathematics, language and reading on the TABE Test.
  4. Submit official school transcript documenting any previous work, with a minimum GP of C average when requesting credit for general education courses previously taken at the associate degree level or higher. A student whose scores are below a 2.0 must take the course at SABER. Applicants requesting general education credit from foreign countries must submit an evaluation from Josef Silny & Associates, Inc. which specifies the academic content of the course to be waived. SABER will only waive courses that have the same academic content as the ones offered at this institution.
  5. Must submit official school transcript from the Practical Nursing Program attended.
  6. Must provide proof of current, unencumbered LPN licensure in Florida.
  7. Must successfully complete a personal oral and written interview with the Program Director and or an administrative representative of the program in order to evaluate the applicant’s ability to communicate satisfactorily as required by the health care delivery system.  The interviewer must recommend applicant for admission.
  8. Submit three letters of recommendation either from a prior instructor or from a current employer. Letters must have contact information of person writing recommendation, such as name, signature, phone number and address.
  9. Undergo a background check.  If applicant has a recent history of chemical abuse, or an arrest record indicating the same, he/she will be required to contact the intervention Project for Nurses (IPN).  Based on the evaluation results of IPN the applicant may be asked to enter into a contractual agreement for services with IPN.  Failure to enter into the stipulated contract and/or to comply with any of the requirements of the contract will result in denial of admission into the program.
  10. Meet physical strength and function requirements as required.
  11. Submit proof of CPR certification from the American Heart Association.
  12. Meet personal health requirements as stipulated in the SABER Physical Health Form.
  1. Submit a High School Diploma (or equivalent in their country of origin) or GED.
  2. Must be 18 years of age by program completion
  3. Score at the 11.0 level in mathematics, language and reading on the TABE Test.
  4. Must already have occupational background and/or credentials in the health field to become managers within their specified discipline.
  5. Submit official school transcript documenting any previous work, with a minimum GPA of 2.0 average or better on a 4.0 scale. This will include applicants requesting credit for general education courses previously taken at the associate degree level or higher.
  6. Must successfully complete a personal oral and written interview with the Program Director and or an administrative representative of the program in order to evaluate the applicant’s ability to communicate satisfactorily as required by the health care delivery system.  The interviewer must recommend applicant for admission
  7. Must submit three letters of recommendation either from a prior instructor or from a current employer.  Letters must have contact information of person writing recommendation, such as name, signature, phone number and address.
  8. Must undergo a background check.
  1. Applicant must submit a High School Diploma (or equivalent in their country of origin) or GED.
  2. Applicant must be 18 yrs of age.
  3. Applicant must score at the 11.0 level in mathematics, language and reading on the TABE Test. (Students with AA or higher degree of education are exempt)
  4. Applicant must submit official school transcripts documenting any previous academic work, with a minimum GPA of 2.0 average or better on a 4.0 scale, from an educational institution accredited by an agency that is recognized by the US Department of Education. This will include applicants requesting credit for general education courses previously taken at the associate degree level or higher.
  5. Applicant must submit a college application including a writing sample
  6. Applicant must successfully complete a personal oral interview with the Program Director and or an administrative representative of the program in order to evaluate the applicant’s ability to communicate satisfactorily as required by the health care delivery system. The interviewer must recommend applicant for admission
  7. Applicant must submit three letters of recommendation either from a Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, previous instructor, or from a current/past employer. Letters must have contact information of person writing recommendation, such as name, signature, phone number and address.
  8. Applicant must undergo a criminal background check and drug screen.
  9. Perform and submit proof of 20 observation hours in a Physical Therapy setting
  1. Applicant must submit a High School Diploma (or equivalent in their country of origin) or GED.
  2. Applicant must be 18 yrs of age by program completion
  3. Applicant must score as follows: Math 9.0, Language 11.0 and Reading 11.0 on the TABE Test.
  4. Applicant must submit official school transcript documenting any previous work, with a minimum GPA of 2.0 average or better on a 4.0 scale. This will include applicants requesting credit for general education courses previously taken at the associate degree level or higher.
  5. Applicant must successfully complete a personal oral and written interview with the Dean of Academic Affairs or an administrative representative of the program in order to evaluate the applicant’s ability to communicate satisfactorily as required by the health care delivery system.  The interviewer must recommend applicant for admission
  6. Applicant must submit three letters of recommendation either from a prior instructor or from a current employer.  Letters must have contact information of person writing recommendation, such as name, signature, phone number and address.
  7. Applicant must undergo a background check.

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