Submit to the Office of Admissions
1. A completed admissions application ($25 non-refundable fee)
2. Pass the NCOHC entrance exam by ATI-TABE® ($25 non-refundable fee)
3. Proof of identity:
a. Original social security card
3-2. Any 1 of the following
a. Offical birth certificate
b. Valid passport
c. Valid driver's license or state ID
4. Official Transcripts
5. High School Diploma
6. 18 years of age
Northbrook College of Health Care welcomes all applicants seeking admission into our programs. Although certain programs may have additional requirements for admission, the following may serve as a guide to help you through the admission process.
Using the Apply Online link, fill out the form in its entirety. It is important that you provide updated contact information; correctly identify the program of interest and the desired schedule of classes. An email with a link to our main student portal, user login and a password will be sent to your email. Using the link, complete the online application. A $25 application charge applies. You will also receive a phone call from our admissions advisor to help throughout the process.
For entrance into the Pre-Practical Nursing Program, Basic Nursing Assistant (formerly C.N.A), EKG Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician and Patient Care Technician, all applicants must pass the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE®). A supplemental study guide is available for purchase through the NCOHC Bookstore on campus. The exam fee for TABE® is $25, and must be paid no later than Wednesday prior to the exam day. TABE is administered every Thursday at 11:00 am and 6:00 pm.
For Practical Nursing Program Applicants (LPN): The Nursing Department at NCOHC has adopted the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS®) as part of their admission criteria for the Practical Nursing Program. The exam fee for TEAS® is $40. NCOHC is an approved testing center for administering the TEAS® test.
Contact an Admissions Advisor at (847) 850 5700 to schedule the TEAS® and TABE exam and to make payment arrangements.
Applicants that pass the entrance exam are requested to submit additional documents as required by the program of interest; and make appropriate payments towards the program costs. Signing an enrollment agreement as per NCOHC policy completes the admissions process.
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