Our training programs offered by Crescent College are open for enrollment to any one over the age of 18, and that will have the ability to benefit from the training. Prospective students are invited to visit the school and discuss their needs, goals, and objectives with an Admissions Representative.
Crescent College uses an Ability-To- Be-Trained Test which is used as an entrance test for prospective students who completed high school or equivalent. The school will consider non-high school graduates for enrollment if they exhibit the Ability-To-Benefit from the education and training offered; can pass Crescent College Ability To Benefit Test and have met all other standards for admission. Each applicant accepted for training is required to complete a Request For Transcript Form to verify Secondary and Postsecondary education.
Full Time Students Status
Programs offered by Crescent College are considered full time programs, therefore students enrolled in any programs offered by Crescent College are considered full time students. Full Time student status does not apply to the Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor Five Week Advanced Program.
Career Services Assistance Available
Educational Program Career services assistance is available upon successful completion; we will assist our graduates with resume writing, interviewing skills, job seeking skills workshop, provide employment leads as well as to work in conjunction with employment resources.