CNA Program Registration Deadline
Registration must be completed one week prior to the class start date. Class size is limited, available seats are first come-first serve.
About the CNA Course
This course is a minimum of 80 hours of classroom, skills and competency training with or without hands-on clinical opportunities.
Syllabus and course schedule are provided to the student on the first day of the course. Clinical opportunities are subject to availability.
Participants are provided with content and hands-on experience, which prepares the student to sit for the state licensing exam. No credits are offered for this program, but students will receive a certificate of completion.
CNA Program Admissions Criteria
- Minimum age of 16
- Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
- Good physical health and the ability to lift 50 pounds
- Required to complete a health history form and provide proof of current immunizations. Form and immunization record must be brought to the first class meeting. There is a reduced rate for immunizations received by Campus Health for students who are not up-to-date on their vaccinations. Student Health Forms >
- Students are required to have a second hand watch.
- Scrubs are required and may be a prescribed color/style.
CNA Program Registration Process
The following items must be submitted in order to complete the registration process and secure your place in the class:
- CNA online registration form with payment
- Campus Health Services questionnaire provided to student upon received registration form with payment
- Payment of tuition