The admissions procedure is based upon a free exchange of information between the applicant and the school.  In cases where the applicant is applying to the school directly from high school, the applicant’s high school counselor may be consulted.  Education representatives conduct a personal interview with each applicant before any decision is made regarding enrollment.  During the interview, the representative will discuss the school’s programs and the applicant’s career goals.

A  School Director will review each applicant file for indication of high school graduation, high school diploma, GED or transcript from an accredited post-secondary educational institution for acceptance.  If the applicant is not accepted for a desired program, an alternative program may be suggested.  Any applicant refused for admission will be notified within seven working days.  Any fees paid with the application will be fully refunded.

The following requirements and procedures are established by New Horizons Medical Institute for admission:

  • Visit the school
  • Complete the entrance interview with the admission’s department
  • Complete the admission’s package
  • Complete the financial arrangements prior to the class start
  • Sign the enrollment agreement

All applicants enrolling in a certificate program are admitted as regular students.


Information regarding the conditions and criteria for student enrollment and registration is contained in this Catalog/Student Handbook.  It is the responsibility of each student to be knowledgeable in these policies, procedures, and requirements and to satisfy all conditions related to registration and enrollment.


New Horizons Medical Institute requires a High school diploma or GED for the programs listed.  For certain courses that are offered no High school diploma or GED is required.


To qualify for acceptance, each applicant must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 16 years of age.
  • Complete the registration package including tuition agreement
  • Signature of receipt for this Catalog/Student Handbook
  • Provide a copy of Government Issued Photo ID & Social Security Card
  • Must have graduated High School or GED certificated
  • Pay a NON-REFUNDABLE registration fee of $75.00
  • Complete a TABE (The Adult Basic Education) test with a score of 12.5 to 15.0 or higher


New student orientation is an advisory service offered prior to the beginning of each class start date.   The orientation session acquaints new students with school policies, procedures, and services. Class schedules are distributed and the registration process is thoroughly explained during these sessions.  New students are strongly encouraged to attend an orientation session to ease the transition into the school environment.


All students receive an official class schedule before classes are scheduled to begin.  All students should be familiar with the class/course program as published in the School Catalog.

Classes are in session for 50 minutes.  After each class there is a 10-minute break to allow sufficient time for students to begin their next class. There is no scheduled lunch hour.

New Horizons Medical Institute will make every effort to schedule your classes during the hours and/or campus per your request upon enrollment.  However, some classes are only offered in the evening, during the day, or vary by campuses.  The following occurrences may cause scheduling conflicts and/or delay your estimated graduation date:

  1. Withdrawing from a class;
  2. Changing your schedule from day to night or night to day; and/or,
  3. Taking a leave of absence.



The school provides classes during the following hours:

Monday through Sunday              8:00 a.m.—10:00 p.m.

Administration offices are open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday.  The Admissions office is open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

STARTS Class start dates occur on Monday, except in the case of an observed holiday when the school is closed.


Class schedules for each student are subject to revision each start date.

Slight overlap of schedules may vary occasionally for individual students when special course requests or requirements exist.  Progress evaluations will be made at least four—week intervals except for new or probationary students that may have progress checks after three weeks of class. Classes are fifty minutes in length with a 10 minute break every hour.  There is a one hour break for lunch.

PROGRAM END DATES AND GRADUATION Program end dates are variable by course of study.  Each program consists of a specific number of hours that must be earned.  Each student must complete his/her program of study in accordance with the requirements of the academic catalog.  The number of class hours listed for each program is intended as a guideline only.