Enrollment Process

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Step 1

Review and Sign Enrollment Documents

Accepted applicants sign the following documents during their enrollment process:

Catalog Attestation

Authorization to Send Electronic Messages

Distance Education Self-Evaluation

Platt College Photo and Video Agreement

Step 2

Schedule and Attend a Financial Planning Meeting

An accepted applicant schedules an appointment with a Financial Aid representative. Financial Aid representatives review the applicant’s financial package, regardless of payment method.

An applicant reviews and signs the Enrollment Agreement and initials the items listed on the Enrollment Agreement Checklist. An applicant has three business days to notify an Admissions representative via email, by phone, or in person of cancellation.

Step 3

Background Check, Vaccinations, Drug Screen

Applicants are required to submit their most current background check, vaccinations, including COVID-19 vaccinations, flu shot, a BLS/CPR for Healthcare Provider card, a 10-panel drug screen, and the Platt College Performance Standards to a cloud-based document management system which will provide compliance notifications and immunization tracking. Uploading and keeping documents current in the management system is required for participation in clinical education and individual healthcare systems. Various healthcare systems may impose additional health, immunization, and performance standards which students may be required to upload additional documents prior to participation. Please reference Policy 03:06:00 Background Checks for Students and Policy 02:21:00 Records Requirements for Clinical Placement for further information on requirements.

Step 4

New Student Orientation

Applicants are required to complete an online New Student Orientation course through Canvas prior to attending on campus orientation.  An applicant who fails to complete the New Student Orientation course by the deadline, forfeits their acceptance to the program.  Accepted applicants will receive the on-campus new student orientation schedule from the Admissions Department and class schedule when it is finalized

Applicant and Student Right to Cancel

An applicant who has not visited the college prior to enrollment may cancel without penalty by requesting cancellation within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the college’s facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided.

An applicant requesting cancellation within three business days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment is entitled to a refund of all monies paid to Platt College by the applicant.

An applicant requesting cancellation more than three business days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to posting attendance at Platt College, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid to Platt College.

A student, beginning quarter one of the nursing program, has the right to cancel their program enrollment at Platt College in writing, in person, or by email to the Registrar on or before the end of the first week of classes of each quarter (defined as Sunday at 11:59 pm MST). Once the student cancels, they will receive a refund of all monies paid to Platt College, minus the one- time application fee of $75.

Refunds are made to the student on or before 30 calendar days from the student’s date of determination of cancellation with the Registrar.