Truck Driving Fees will be assessed at orientation for a drug test and Moving Violation Report Fees will be assessed upon enrollment for tuition and insurance Provide proof of a least 10th grade education Be at least 21 years old Pass the medical exam required by the Department of Transportation Have a valid driver's license Have a good driving record (You must obtain a copy of your State Department of Safety Moving Violation Report prior to beginning the program.) This must indicate no more than 3 speeding tickets and/or at-fault accidents in the last three years and no DUI convictions in the last 5 years. Have a drug test and be certified drug free. A fee will be charged and the student will be referred to a test site by the college. Student will be subject to random drug tests while enrolled. Practical Nursing *NOTE: See NEW application Procedures below. Apply to take the COMPASS exam. You must pay your fee at this time. ($15 non refundable) Check with the school regarding specific dates and times of tests. On the date you are scheduled to take the Exam, you must bring the following: Positive I.D. (must be a photo I.D.) Persons scoring 80% or higher on Reading and 50% or higher on Math will be notified to attend an information session. (This will not guarantee a position in the Nursing Program) Persons scheduled to enter the program will be notified by mail. Prior to the first day of class, persons scheduled to enter will be required to submit a current physical exam documenting physical and mental competence. Proof of immunizations required on physical form. Persons not entering the program during the current year's application process must re-apply to be considered for a future class. There will be no carryovers.
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