Important Program Information
Only 12 students will be admitted into the Phlebotomy program each academic year. The application process for the program is selective: application to the program does not guarantee admission. Applicants will be ranked for admission using both academic and non-academic criteria, including membership in the WOCTEP program (Waganakising Odawa Career and Technical Education Program), in recognition of WOCTEP's role in establishing the program itself. Students must successfully complete prerequisite courses and complete the application process by the application deadline.
The Application Deadline is July 1 of each year.
Students are strongly encouraged to consult with the Associate Dean of Health, Business and Technology early in the application process for advising concerning completion of prerequisite courses, specific admission requirements, coordination with other Allied Health programs (e.g. Medical Assistant, CNA) and membership in the WOCTEP program.
Applicant selection is finalized with the review of grades. Notification of acceptance occurs in early August. PHLB Tech program course requirements are taken in the fall (PHLB 101 ) and winter semesters (PHLB 102 ).
The Allied Health Program Application and the Pre-Admission Medical History Form are available online.