OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

A MESSAGE FROM THE
DEAN OF ADMISSIONS & STUDENT SERVICES
THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS

STEP#1

Schedule a campus tour

STEP#2

Meet with an Admissions Representative to further discuss your goals in the culinary arts

STEP#3

Complete the Admissions Application and explore financial options for funding your education

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
  • Students must have secured, and provide evidence of, one of the following:

    • High School Diploma or Equivalency

    • IEP Diploma

    • CDOS Credential

  • An academic TABE Assessment may be administered during the Admissions process.  A score of 6.0 or above on this assessment is needed for admittance.

  • A willingness to learn new concepts and techniques, make new professional contacts, and contribute to a positive learning environment.

  • Visually Impaired

    • All of our text and recipes are offered in larger print or braille ​

    • Thorough tours of our well-organized kitchen space provided to ensure our students are comfortable and have ample access to supplies and resources needed

  • Hearing Impaired

    • ASL Interpreters available​

    • Closed Captions for all video-based instruction

  • Developmental Differences​

    • Job coaches and support counselors are welcome​

    • Heavy emphasis is placed on finding competitive employment post-graduation

  • Physical Challenges

    • In adherence to our personalized education approach, students with physical disabilities work with staff to acquire the resources necessary to safely perform tasks in the kitchen​

OUR COURSES

Culinary Principles + Internship (625-Hour)

Fundamentals of Basic Food Service + Internship (250-Hour)

Introduction to Baking (50-Hour)