Application Process for Optical Technology Programs
All requirements for admission into the Optical Technology Program must be met before applying to the program. Once all of the admission requirements have been met and a COMPLETE application is received, a letter of acceptance with projected starting date will be mailed to the applicant. Applicants are encouraged to submit an application as soon as admission requirements are complete to receive the next available class seat. A COMPLETE application includes the following:
- Completion of a Cuyahoga Community College Application. Do this before you submit any transcripts.
- Completion of the Health Career/Optical Technology Program Application*.
- Access the online application at: https://www.tri-c.edu/programs/health-careers/documents/hc-application.pdf
- Please e-mail completed application to email@example.com
- Completion of the Optical Technology Admission Requirements. For additional information about the Optical Technology Admission Requirements, please visit http://catalog.tri-c.edu/programs/optical-technology-aas/?_ga=2.149630576.75419618.1591290450-1494562933.1591290450#admissionrequirementstext
- Successful completion of Tri-C authorized
backgroundcheck, fingerprinting and Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) records search. For more information, please visit:
- Felony for Forgery Statement: Due to the
rise in patient identity theft, students with a convicted felony for forgery will not be accepted into a health career program. increase
Non-native English speaking applicants:
Admission into Cuyahoga Community College is premised on a complete and accurate initial application to the College, including, if applicable, proof of English Language Proficiency Requirements for admission as indicated on the English Language Proficiency Requirements for Admissions to the College, and available on the web at: http://www.tri-c.edu/get-started/international-students/english-language-proficiency-requirements-for-admission.html
To be accepted into any selective admission programs, students must successfully complete English as a Second Language (ESL) course/s, as referenced above, if deemed necessary by the College at the time of enrollment. Admission is conditioned upon achieving the necessary grade point average (GPA), English language proficiency requirements and any specific pre-requisite courses, and by meeting program accreditation or licensing requirements as evidenced in the Program Handbook for the specific program.