Darton State College Catalog 2013 - 2014 - page 28

d. Copy of I-94, Visa, or Other Immigration Documents. If you are already in the
U.S., send a copy of your passport, I-94 card (DHS Departure Record). If you
are currently attending school, you must also submit a copy of your I-20.
e. Take compass placement test upon arrival. Compass is used as a placement
test only. F-1 students who scored below required compass scores will be
enrolled in respective learning support classes. Non-immigrant international
students who scored into English 0099 or Reading 0099 will be enrolled into
respective ESOL classes instead.
Non-U.S. Citizens Who Are Not on Student Visa:
Applicants who graduated from
a U.S. high school must meet the admission criteria for regular students. Applicants
who graduated from a non-U.S. high school must meet the admission criteria for
international students, but will not be required to provide the financial documentation.
All non-U.S. citizens are required to provide a documentation of their immigration
status to be considered for in-state tuition.
: Students may enroll as non-degree students for a
maximum of 12 semester hours of credit (including institutional credit). Such
students may not enroll in courses with a Learning Support prerequisite unless they
have been screened for and have exempted that requirement.
Students with an earned baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited
institution may enroll as non-degree students with no limitation on the number of
semester hours credit that may be earned.
: Former students are defined as those
who have enrolled at Darton State College at some time in the past but were not
enrolled the previous semester. Students in this category must provide the following:
a. A properly completed application for re-admission. There is no application fee for
former students.
b. A certified transcript of undergraduate work from all colleges or universities
attended since the last enrollment at Darton State College. A certified transcript
from all colleges, universities, schools, technical schools/colleges attended since
the lst enrollment at Darton State College, regardless of transfer credit. Students
who re-enroll after a period of suspension re-enter on Academic Probation.
: Requirements for admission to seminars,
short courses, and institutes that carry academic credit are the same as for
admission to any other regular college course. Requirements for admission to non-
credit seminars, short courses, and institutes will be published at the time of the
announcement of the course offering.
: Recognizing that not all
applicants have the same needs or qualifications, Darton State College makes
provisions for those applicants who might profit from an educational experience at
the College but, for some reason, do not satisfy all requirements. Such cases are
considered separately, and each is judged on its own merits. Persons admitted
under these provisions will be classified in the appropriate group described above.
: Certain specialized programs such as
Cancer Registry Management, Cardiovascular Technology, Dental Hygiene,
Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Emergency Medical Services, Health Information
Technology, Human Services Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nursing,
Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Science and
Respiratory Care have additional admissions requirements. The applicant for one of
these programs must first gain admission to the College before being considered for
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