CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): LATEST INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYEES AND STUDENTS

ADMISSIONS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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The first step in the application process is completing the online application on www.citycollege.edu/apply.

City College requires an entrance exam for all clinical based programs with the exception of EMT Diploma and Medical Assistant Diploma programs. 

Exemptions:

  • Applicants who have completed courses in College level Math and English with a minimum grade of “C” or have earned an Associate Degree or higher are automatically exempt from the entrance exam.
    • A minimum SAT score of 500 in Reading or ACT score of 19 in English.
    • A minimum SAT score of 500 in Math or ACT score of 19 in Math.
  • Applicants will be scheduled for the entrance exam (if applicable) following submission of the online application.

The Associate in Nursing program requires applicants to take the Kaplan Exam, no exemptions.

 

Please review the application checklist HERE for all required documents.

  • Clinical experiences are available for all enrolled students as they progress to that portion of the program.
  • Clinical education is an integral part of each program offered by City College. It allows the student to develop the concepts and skills taught in the classroom and apply them to patients in a clinical setting. 

Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. City College participates in Title IV Federal Financial Aid. Additional scholarships are also available. For more information please visit https://www.citycollege.edu/financial-aid/ 

www.studentaid.gov

FAFSA Codes by campus:

  • Altamonte Springs – 03079900
  • Fort Lauderdale/Online – 01683900 
  • Gainesville – 01683900 
  • Hollywood – 01683900 
  • Miami – 01683900 

City College is institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a national accrediting body for schools specializing in allied health programs that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. 

Please reference specific program pages for additional information regarding programmatic accreditation. 

For an itemized list of uniform requirements and vendors, please click HERE.

  • City College provides assistance to students during enrollment to obtain positions in their respective fields. While placement assistance may be provided, it is understood that City College cannot promise or guarantee employment to any student or graduate.  Current students and graduates have continuous access to the Career Services Department and it’s resources.

City College will make every reasonable effort to accommodate students who disclose physical and intellectual disabilities upon enrollment.

For a detailed breakdown by program with fees, please check the program pages, or contact an admissions coordinator at (407) 993-6973.

For an online class students will receive their Canvas login instructions through their City College email.  The class materials, tests, assignments, and lectures have already been created and are easily accessible. Students will be able to communicate with other students and the faculty within the classroom platform, upload assignments and view grades.  

In a virtual synchronous class, faculty members will host live lectures via Teams. Students will be required to log into the meeting and will be able to see and hear the lecture portion of their class and ask questions. Students must log in to the class to earn attendance and be seen on camera for the duration of the course. The class will be held at the same time as the time listed on the student schedule. Assignments and tests will all be done through the Canvas platform. 

Students will receive a full schedule emailed to their City College email address from the Registrar’s office. 

Yes. Any student who has not already taken an online class with be required to complete an online orientation through the Canvas Platform. For help please email helpme@centereducation.org.

You will need a computer/phone and internet access. Students will be able to log into both Teams and Canvas via phone;  however, to complete and submit assignments, a computer, laptop or tablet with internet as well as Microsoft Word or Google Docs is necessary. Specific technical requirements are listed in the Academic Catalog available under the Student Resources Menu.

  • Click HERE for Academic Catalogs

Students need to create a ticket by emailing their specific issue to helpme@centereducation.org

Contact the Financial Aid Director at your campus either by phone or email.

  • Altamonte Springs and Gainesville Campus please contact Dina Fisher (407) 831-9816 Ex. 1527 or dfisher@citycollege.edu
  • Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Maimi or Online Campus please contact Patty Patterson (954) 492-5353 Ex. 2222 or ppatterson@citycollege.edu
Yes. The library is open! Students also have 24/7 access to the virtual library at: https://proxy.lirn.net/CityCollege  AND Campus Librarians can still assist you via email or phone. Contact information can be found at: https://citycollege.libguides.com/campus

The Username for the Virtual Library is 25632

To get the password please email one of the Librarians listed below. Include your student ID# in the subject line of the email

City College wants to maintain a safe workplace and encourage and/or adopt practices protecting the health of employees, students, visitors or others. We also want to ensure the continuity of business operations.

We ask all employees and students to cooperate in taking steps to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases at the College.

Employees and students are reminded of the following:

  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Wash your hands frequently with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover your mouth with tissues whenever you sneeze, and discard used tissues in the trash.
  • Avoid people who are sick with respiratory symptoms.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces.

City College provides alcohol-based hand sanitizers throughout the workplace and in common areas.

It is critical that employees/students do not report to work/classes while they are experiencing respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills or fatigue.

Please be aware that we are monitoring the CDC website and directives to ensure up to date information.