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Once the ONLINE APPLICATION (STEP 1) and non-refundable application fee (if applicable) have been submitted (, applicants should submit the documents below. Applicants who are required to take all or part of the Entrance Exam (STEP 2) will be scheduled to do so. Applicants who possess an associate’s degree or higher or those who are exempt from all sections are not required to take the Math and English portions of the exam. All documents listed below should be submitted prior to the scheduled interview date (STEP 3).


Per regulation, all applicants must provide the finalized official copy of their high school transcripts or a copy of the high school equivalency diploma/GED if this is the highest level of education completed. Individuals who previously attended an online high school or who were homeschooled should contact the Admissions Department to determine eligibility.

Applicants who attended high school in a foreign country as their highest level of education completed should complete an evaluation (Please refer to “Evaluation Agency List” for a list of acceptable foreign transcript evaluation agencies). Applicants who possess a degree are not required to submit a high school transcript or HSED/GED


Applicants should provide an official transcript for the last post-secondary institution attended/completed. Official transcripts should be signed and sealed by the previous institution attended and mailed to the Admissions Department. Alternatively, an official eTranscript can be submitted electronically directly from the school. Although not required for admission, the Admissions Department reserves the right to request additional official transcripts at any time during the admissions process. Applicants who attended a foreign institution will be required to submit a course-by-course evaluation (Please refer to “Evaluation Agency List” for a list of acceptable foreign transcript evaluation agencies).

While unofficial transcripts or SAT/ACT scores are not required for admission, submitting these documents while official transcripts are pending will help to expedite the admissions process and determine whether an applicant who does not have a degree is exempt from taking all or part of the Entrance Exam (STEP 2)


The Reference Letter Form ( must be submitted by the individual providing the reference. The following programs require a minimum of ONE reference letter: Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiography, Radiation Therapy, Surgical Technology, Medical Dosimetry, and Paramedic.

Reference letters for applicants to the Paramedic Program must be written by an EMS supervisor. For all other programs, it may be written by an employer, colleague, educator, medical professional, religious/ volunteer group leader, coach, etc.


Typed personal statements/essays provide applicants with an opportunity to demonstrate their ability to organize and express their thoughts, as well as assist members of the Admissions Committee in becoming better acquainted with the applicant.

Personal statements are required for all programs. Essays must consist of 250-500 words and address one of the topics below:

  • The applicant’s reason(s) for wanting to join the profession
  • A significant personal experience or achievement


Personal Statement: Should be uploaded by the applicant to the applicant portal (Orbund) or emailed to for the Admissions Department to upload it on your behalf.

Reference Letter: Once the reference letter is submitted by the individual on, the Admissions Department will receive it and upload it to your student portal.

Transcripts/ Evaluations: Only official transcripts should be mailed directly to the Admissions Department using the mailing address listed below. Alternatively, official eTranscripts can be e-mailed to Students seeking exemption from the Entrance Exam should upload their unofficial transcripts or supporting documentation to their applicant portal in order to expedite the exemption process

Mailing Address:

Center for Allied Health Education
1401 Kings Highway, Brooklyn, NY 11229

Attn: Admissions Department

E-mail Address:

Contact the Admissions Department ( or Financial Aid Department ( at 718-645-3500