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Medical Laboratory Technology Admissions Process

The Medical Laboratory Technology program is a competitive enrollment program.  Each year a maximum of 24 students are selected.  Students are ranked according to the score on their program application .  If you are not accepted and you wish to reapply in the future, you must complete a new MLT Program Application.  Start your career in Medical Laboratory Technology today by completing the steps below .

Prerequisites

  • Applicants must verify, by transcript, successful completion of a high school or college level Chemistry course with a grade of "C" or better within the last 10 years.  If you have never taken a chemistry course, this prerequisite can also be met by taking CHM 090 at CPCC.

Admissions Process

    Step 1: Apply to the college.  Click the Pre Map for suggestions to enhance your application.

    Step 2: Take the TEAS Test. There is no minimum score requirement.  However, an overall score of 60 is recommended.

    Step 3: Apply to the Medical Laboratory Technology program. Remember it may take 3-4 weeks for your transcripts to be evaluated so be sure to request and submit them early.

    Note to International Students:  If your high school and/or college transcripts is/are from outside the United States, you will need an International Transcript Evaluation performed by an agency outside of CPCC.  There is a fee for this service.  You may obtain a listing of International Evaluators from the counselors in Central High Building, Room #212 or www.cpcc.edu/foreignlanguages/transcript.htm

    Essential Functions form which will be reviewed and signed at the mandatory orientation.

    For questions about admissions to the Medical Laboratory Technology program, please email medical.careers@cpcc.edu or schedule an appointment to meet with the Admissions Specialist for this program.

    For information on required Criminal Background Checks and Drug Screening click here

    For information on student health records requirements, click here