Emily Griffith has multiple ways to ensure that students are ready and prepared for their programs, and then for employment in the fields of study. We evaluate standardized test scores, your high school records, and your records at other institutions of higher education both from the US and abroad.
At Emily Griffith there are several ways to enter programs. We consider standardized test scores, high school records, and records from other educational institutions, including those in the US and abroad.
Answer these three questions to discover whether you already meet your program requirements.
#1 Have you graduated from high school or completed a GED within the last 5 years?
If you have a high school diploma from a U.S. institution and a cumulative GPA of 2.0-2.5 (depending on the program you are interested in), submit your high school transcript. Your transcript must include your graduation date.
Submit your GED, HiSet or TASC diploma if earned in the last five years.
#2 Have you taken a standardized test?
If you have college placement test scores already (such as the TABE, Accuplacer, ACT, SAT, or CCPT) from the last 5 years, your scores could qualify you for your program. Submit your scores for review.
If you have CASAS or MAP test scores from the past 12 months, your scores could qualify you for your program. Submit your scores for review.
#3 Have you completed any college-level courses or do you have a college degree?
If you have an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree, you meet the requirements for your program of interest. You can submit your college transcript with your graduation date included as proof.
If you have completed a college English course (100 level or higher) and/or a college math course (100 level or higher) with a C grade or higher, your course may meet the requirements for your program. Submit your transcript for review.
After submitting an admissions application you must email your transcript(s) and/or scores to email@example.com.
If you answered no to all of the above questions, you still do not need to take a test.
You can complete an EdReady Learning Path in order to meet your program requirements. EdReady Learning Paths are free and available on any device, including your mobile phone. Learn more about how to start an EdReady Learning Path here.
To view the full list of program requirements accepted for each program, view the PDFs linked below:
- College of Creative Arts and Design Demonstration of Program Readiness
- Barbering, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Esthetician, Massage Therapy, Multimedia & Video Production, Professional Baker
- College of Health Sciences and Administration Demonstration of Program Readiness
- Dental Assisting, Legal Office, Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Assisting, Nurse Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, Practical Nursing, Patient Care Technician
- College of Trades, Industry, and Professional Studies Demonstration of Program Readiness
- Accounting, Auto Collision Repair, Auto Service, CAD-BIM, Computer Networking, Construction Essentials, Cybersecurity, Geographic Information Systems, HVAC, Water Quality Management, Web Development, Welding 1, Welding 2