In order to be eligible to register for our programs, applicants must first meet program requirements to show they are ready for college-level coursework.

Determine which method you will use from the options below and send an email to Admissions ( with the relevant document attached. If your document has been sent by a third party (Scribbles, counselor, Parchment, college board), please email to confirm receipt.

Only one document from the list is required. If your document does not meet program requirements, we will email you with a request to submit an alternate document or complete an EdReady Learning Path.

OPTION 1: High School or GED/HSED Completion within the Last 5 Years

  • High school, GED/HSED, HiSet or TASC transcripts (official or unofficial). Diplomas NOT accepted.

OPTION 2: Standardized Tests

  • Score reports from TABE 11/12, Accuplacer, ACT, SAT, or CCPT taken within  last 5 years; CASAS or MAP scores from the past 12 months.
  • Report must include full name, date of test, and scores.

OPTION 3: College Degree or College-Level Courses

  • Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree (official or unofficial transcript), record of completing a college-level 100 or higher English course with a C grade or higher (certain programs also require a math course, see below), record of completing an Emily Griffith program with entrance requirements that equal or exceed the program to which you’re currently applying. Diplomas NOT accepted.

Programs with Math Requirements:

Accounting, Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Service, CAD-BIM, Construction Pre-Apprenticeship, Computer Networking, HVAC, Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, Water Quality, Welding        

Options 1-3 are usually the quickest ways to meet your requirements, but if you don’t have one of those documents, you can complete an EdReady learning path. Learn about EdReady below.

OPTION 4: Complete an EdReady Learning Path

EdReady is not simply an assessment. It also provides online lessons to help learners prepare for college-level reading and math. The
lesson topics are general. They do not present content from specific Emily Griffith programs.

This path is ideal for:

  • Applicants who have not successfully completed college English and math courses (100 level or higher) and whose
    high school or high school equivalency diplomas are more than 5 years old
  • Applicants who completed their education in a language other than English
  • Applicants who have not completed their high school education
  • Applicants who would like to review essential skills before re-entering the classroom

Completing a pathway can take some time. Plan accordingly, and contact us if you have any questions.

Does this option sound right for you? Start your EdReady Learning Path today. It’s free and available on any device.



Please contact Admissions for more information.

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