100%

Acceptance Rate

N/A

SAT Range

N/A

ACT Range

Unitek College Admissions

Unitek College offers its students the training and skills that will lead to successful employment. To achieve that, the college continually evaluates and updates its educational programs and provides modern facilities and training equipment to all its students.

It selects its instructors and faculty with professional experience in the vocations they teach and makes sure that they have the ability to motivate and develop students to their greatest potential.

Therefore, the admissions process at the college is also such that it syncs with mission and philosophy. The Admissions Department strives to provide excellent service to prospective students with information about the school & assist students with preparing for their future.


Acceptance Rate

Unitek College has an open admission policy which implies that the admission process here is unselective and non-competitive. Therefore, it can be said that the acceptance rate at this college is 100%.

This means that out of a hundred students applying for the college, all hundred would be selected for admission. All that the prospective candidates need to do is to apply for the college.


Admissions Process

At Unitek College believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to receive a quality, affordable education; hence, as mentioned earlier, it follows an open admissions policy that allows students to enroll in the online college at any time, from anywhere, and begin the lessons immediately.

There are minimal admissions requirements, so there’s no waiting and no anxiety. Enrolling in a Unitek program is fast and easy.

There are three different ways to enroll for any program in the college. An applicant may opt for any one of them.

Enroll Online

The quickest and easiest way to enroll is online. Applicants need to simply click the “Request Information” button from any page on the official website and complete the enrollment form. After submitting the form, applicants will receive a welcome email with their respective student ID#. They can use this ID# to create a username and password on the student portal, and they are ready to begin their lessons.

Enroll by Phone

If any applicant would like to speak with a Unitek representative, he/she can call an Admissions Specialist toll free at 1-800-275-4410. The specialists can answer any questions that the applicants might have and will be able to walk them through the enrollment process.

Enroll by Mail

By clicking the “Request Information” button on our website, the applicants can request further information on our programs. They will receive information via email and/or mail. The mailing will include an enrollment form to complete and return in the reply envelope.


Unitek College SAT/ACT Scores

We would love to provide you the information about the SAT/ACT scores and requirements for Unitek College.

Unfortunately, no data has been reported or it does not require the submission of SAT scores for undergraduate U.S. applicants. So, no information regarding the SAT scores required to get in has been reported by the college as of now. Keep watching this space for the latest updates regarding the same.

SAT Scores you need to get in

SAT scores are an important component of a college application and are considered a good way to calibrate a potential candidate's grades. Since the SAT scores are not one of the mandatory requirements to get admission to Unitek College, there is no data about the average SAT score or similar requirements to take admission to the university.

ACT Scores you need to get in

ACT scores weigh a lot of importance and make a candidate a strong applicant for securing admission to any college or a college of their choice. However, Unitek College does not put much emphasis on the ACT scores of an applicant. But candidates can submit their ACT scores for securing admission to the university. There is no official data about the minimum requirements concerning the ACT scores that has been made publically available.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

FALSE

Unitek College is quite competitive and needs a fairly good academic or Grade Point Average (GPA) scores to get into this institution. We would love to provide you the information about the estimated GPA Requirements for the college.

But, the college has not reported any such requirements. Keep watching this space for the latest updates regarding the same.

Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

Required

High School Rank

Neither required nor recommended

High School Transcript

Required

College Prep Courses

Neither required nor recommended

SAT/ACT

Neither required nor recommended

Recommendations

Neither required nor recommended

Unitek College awards different levels of the degree to its student which includes - Less than a one-year certificate, One but less than two years certificate, Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree.

These degrees are offered in the following 5 different domains – Nursing, Medical Assisting, Medical Office Administration, Dental Assisting, and Information Technology.

The college also provides online classes in a flexible, convenient, and structured way. The college provides 2 online programs with Nursing as a major. All the online resources provided by Google with 24/7 technical support their students.

An Admissions Representative will talk to students prior to enrolling in a program, reviewing their educational & career goals. The Admissions Representative will assist students in finding the best training program to match their goals, will make any necessary arrangements for entrance exams, & will assist with enrollment agreements once a student decides to attend the college.


General Admissions Policies

All prospective students shall be chosen for admission without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin. All admitted students must be able to read, write and understand English (all courses at the college are taught in English & no translation services are provided). All admitted students must be able to meet the physical demands of their chosen education program as well as those of the job(s) for which that program prepares them.

All applicants must complete a personal interview with an Admissions Representative. Parents & spouses are encouraged to attend. This gives applicants & their families an opportunity to see the school's equipment & facilities, meet the staff & faculty, & to ask questions relating to the campus, curriculum, & career objectives.

Once an applicant has completed & submitted the application packet & required documentation, the school reviews the information & informs the applicant is eligible for admission. If an applicant is not accepted, all fees paid to the school are refunded. The school follows an open enrollment system. The following criteria must be met before the student’s start date:

  • An applicant must be 17 years of age or older. Applicants who are 17 at the time of enrollment must have a parent or legal guardian sign the enrollment agreement.

  • Proof of completion of 12th-grade level education

  • Valid ID (Military IDs are prohibited)

  • Must be a U.S. citizen, national or eligible permanent resident of the United States and have a valid social security number or Federal Tax ID number (pre-licensure Nursing programs & Nursing pre-requisite courses).

  • Achieve the program’s passing score on any required entrance exam(s).

An applicant may be denied admission to the school if the school determines that:

  • Some aspect of the applicant’s background will disqualify them from licensure and/or employment in the field related to their chosen program, or

  • The applicant has violated or contributed to the violation of, any of the school’s policies.


Proof of High School Graduation

All students must show proof of completion of 12th-grade level education in order to complete the enrollment process and be approved to start the program. Acceptable forms of proof include:

  • US High School Diploma or transcript from a state-approved or US Department of Education approved school

  • G.E.D. certificate

  • homeschooling completion certificate

  • Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree obtained from a school with accreditation recognized by the US Department of Education

  • A foreign Transcript at the High School, Associates Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, or Master’s Degree levels evaluated by a recognized agency to be the equivalent of a US High School Diploma or higher. Applicants wishing to submit documentation evaluated by an approved agency take full responsibility to acquire & provide such documentation. Applicants not providing satisfactory documentation at the time of application may forfeit the privilege of starting their desired program, even if they have met all other admissions criteria. The college will not pay any fees that may be incurred by an applicant in order to submit such proof.


For applicants to non-degree programs:

All foreign documents submitted for proof of education or transcripts for credit granting must be evaluated by an acceptable service in order for the applicant to submit such foreign documents to complete the enrollment process.

The college will accept only evaluations completed by Academic & Credential Records, Evaluation & Verification Services, AACRAO's International Education Standards Council, or by members of either the Association of International Credential Evaluators or the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services.

Any evaluation completed by another agency will not be accepted for completing the admissions process.

For applicants to Nursing degree programs:

Applicants wishing to submit their foreign Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s Degree Transcripts, or transcripts for prerequisite courses, must have them evaluated by the Commission on Graduate of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS). All foreign transcripts evaluated by any other evaluation service will not be accepted as part of the enrollment process. Admissions documentation for students from foreign countries is to be translated and certified to be at least equivalent to the credential required by the school’s admissions criteria.


Physical Conditions

The program in which a student enrolls may be physically demanding. Students are expected to participate in all program components, including lecture, lab, clinical & externship sessions to earn grades in the corresponding courses. Failure to do so will result in a failing grade for the course(s) and/or being dropped from the program.

If a student has a physical condition that could reasonably prevent his or her participation in all program activities at the time of enrollment or during the program, the student must provide a note of release from a licensed physician, licensed physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner as a condition to enroll and participate in the program without restrictions.

In the event such a physical condition causes an interruption in the student’s attendance, the school will require a similar note of release to return to school. A Leave of Absence (LOA) may be granted pursuant to a student’s written request and eligibility for a leave; however, the LOA must be approved by the school prior to the leave.

Applicants concerned about the physical requirements of a program are encouraged to speak with their Admissions Advisor or a Program Director. Examples of possible program requirements are:

  • one (1) to four (4) hours of intermittent sitting

  • four (4) hours of intermittent standing

  • three (3) hours of intermittent walking in an average eight (8) hour day

  • Squatting, bending, kneeling, reaching, & twisting are frequently required fifty percent (50%) of the time along with an occasional need for ladder climbing, exposure to changes in temperature & humidity; exposure to dust, fumes, or gasses

  • Frequent lifting/carrying of twenty-five (25) to fifty (50) pounds

  • Pushing/pulling up to one hundred (100) pounds


Online Readiness

Applicants to any program containing online courses must achieve a minimum score of 75% on the Basic Computer Literacy test prior to starting the program.

The following hardware and software are needed to complete online courses:

  • Productivity Tools: (e.g. Microsoft Office or G-Suite)

  • Plug-Ins: (Required for many of our resources):

    • Adobe Flash Player (Free Download)

    • Adobe Acrobat Reader (Free Download)

    • Shockwave (Free Download)

    • Java (Free Download)

    • Others may be needed as students progress through certain the courses

  • Operating Systems

    • Windows 10 or newer

    • Mac OSX 10.6 or newer

  • Computer Speed and Processor

    • Use a computer 5 years old or newer when possible

    • WebCam with Microphone

  • Internet Access: ISP Account for internet access.

  • Internet Speed

    • Along with compatibility and web standards, Canvas has been carefully crafted to accommodate low bandwidth environments.

    • Minimum 6 megabytes

    • High-Speed Internet

  • It is the student’s responsibility to maintain current contact information with instructors and Unitek College Office of the Registrar and School of Nursing.

  • Students are provided a Unitek College email account, which needs to be checked frequently. This is required for participation in all components of the program. Use your student email account for ALL school communication.

  • There may be specific software requirements for individual courses - this information will be in your course syllabus or course website.

Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

FALSE

Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

$FALSE

Early Decision Deadline

NA

Early Action Deadline

NA

Offer Action Deadline

FALSE

Offers Early Decision

FALSE

Application Website

https://www.unitekcollege.edu/#gs_form_anchor

Accepts Common App

None

Accepts Coalition App

NA

Unitek College has a rolling admissions policy regarding the deadline.

The idea behind rolling admissions is that it offers the college a large application window for students — sometimes six months or longer — and that colleges respond to applicants as the applications come in instead of waiting until after a particular deadline (although sometimes rolling admissions periods do have deadlines). This allows students to start their studies year-round.

Applications are reviewed upon receipt. Applicants are notified as soon as the application requirements have been fulfilled, with most decisions made within one week from the date all documents are received.

Acceptance Rate and Admission Statistics

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AcceptedNANANA
Acceptance RateNANA100%
EnrolledNANANA
Percentage of admitted who Enrolled (Admission Yield)NANANA

Admission Statistics

Applied

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Accepted

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Acceptance Rate

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

100%

Enrolled

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

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