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Tuition & Fees

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Deadlines


Program Priority Deadline Start Date
General Studies (Associate Degree) June 15 September
November
Nursing (Associate of Applied Science Degree) June 15 September
November
Radiologic Technology (Associate of Applied Science) November 1 September
Medical Imaging (Bachelor of Science) June 15 September
Nursing (Bachelor of Science) June 15 September
Histotechnology (Certificate) Rolling Admissions September
Medical Laboratory Science (Certificate) Rolling Admissions September
Phlebotomy (Certificate) June 15 September
Radiation Therapy (Certificate) November 1 September
Neurodiagnostic Technology (Associate of Applied Science or Certificate) June 15 September
Computed Tomography Rolling Admissions September
General Studies (Pre-Nursing) June 15 September
General Studies (Pre-Radiologic Technology) November 1 September
Healthcare Simulation (Bachelor of Science or Certificate) June 15 September
Mammography Rolling Admissions September
Nurse Aide June 15 Multiple
Specialist in Blood Bank Technology June 14 September

Note: We accept applications for all programs all year. Many programs have priority deadlines which guarantees that your application will be considered for that start date. But the application does not close, and you may apply after the priority deadline and still be considered for a particular start date depending on available space. But don’t worry, if there are no spaces for your desired start date, your application will automatically be rolled over to the next start date. Other programs have rolling admissions which means that applications are considered as they come in and you will be considered for the next available start date. Remember, in all cases, you must have a complete application in order to be considered for admissions. This includes all transcripts, test scores and other required documents.

Program Priority Deadline Start Date
General Studies (Associate Degree) November 1 January
March
Nursing (Associate of Applied Science Degree) November 1 January
March
Medical Imaging (Bachelor of Science) November 1 January
Nursing (Bachelor of Science) November 1 January
Histotechnology (Certificate) Rolling Admissions January
Medical Laboratory Science (Certificate) Rolling Admissions January
Phlebotomy (Certificate) November 1 January
General Studies (Pre-Nursing) November 1 January
Nurse Aide November 1 Multiple

Note: We accept applications for all programs all year. Many programs have priority deadlines which guarantees that your application will be considered for that start date. But the application does not close, and you may apply after the priority deadline and still be considered for a particular start date depending on available space. But don’t worry, if there are no spaces for your desired start date, your application will automatically be rolled over to the next start date. Other programs have rolling admissions which means that applications are considered as they come in and you will be considered for the next available start date. Remember, in all cases, you must have a complete application in order to be considered for admissions. This includes all transcripts, test scores and other required documents.

Program Priority Deadline Start Date
General Studies (Associate Degree) February 1 May
Nursing (Associate of Applied Science Degree) February 1 May
Medical Imaging (Bachelor of Science) February 1 May
Nursing (Bachelor of Science) February 1 May
Phlebotomy (Certificate) February 1 May
General Studies (Pre-Nursing) February 1 May
Nurse Aide February 1 Multiple

Note: We accept applications for all programs all year. Many programs have priority deadlines which guarantees that your application will be considered for that start date. But the application does not close, and you may apply after the priority deadline and still be considered for a particular start date depending on available space. But don’t worry, if there are no spaces for your desired start date, your application will automatically be rolled over to the next start date. Other programs have rolling admissions which means that applications are considered as they come in and you will be considered for the next available start date. Remember, in all cases, you must have a complete application in order to be considered for admissions. This includes all transcripts, test scores and other required documents.

How to Apply


  • Submit application online*
  • Submit your required transcripts (download the Admissions Guide for program-specific requirements)
  • Take the TEAS test if you haven’t already (for ADN and NDT applicants only). Register here:
  • Submit letters of reference (for Radiation Therapy, Histotechnology, MLS and Blood Bank Technology).
  • International transcripts must be evaluated through International Education Evaluations (IEE). World Education Services (WES) is acceptable. 
    • Applicants specifically using International Education Evaluations, Inc. (IEE) should use their portal for Carolinas College of Health Sciences
    • International Education Evaluations, Inc. (IEE) address: 7900 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd, Suite 300, Charlotte, NC 28227

*All applicants must be citizens of the United States or hold permanent resident status.

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Partnership Agreements


Fair Transfer Promise: A BSN Path for Community College Graduates

Carolinas College of Health Sciences has a partnership with North Carolina community colleges that creates a seamless academic experience for nursing graduates to complete their bachelor’s degree in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.

The Fair Transfer Promise Agreement is a partnership between Carolinas College and participating nursing programs in the North Carolina Community College System. Nursing graduates who’ve received their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) will receive guaranteed admission into the Carolinas College RN-BSN program, assuming all conditions below are met. Another benefit to students includes the guaranteed transfer of all AAS credits toward their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), meaning they can complete the program in as quickly as possible – potentially in as few as 12 to 18 months. All participants must meet the following conditions:

  1. Applicants must complete a program on or after the effective date of this agreement and must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.25.
  2. Applicants must have earned a grade of “C” or higher in courses outlined in this agreement.
  3. Applicants must hold a current unencumbered license as a registered nurse.

Students must have followed a prescribed five block course list in completing their AAS and must have already completed all required credit hours.

Applicants not meeting the eligibility requirements of the Fair Transfer Promise Agreement may apply directly to the Carolinas College RN-BSN program, and transfer credits will be determined on a course-by-course basis.

Participating community colleges include:

For a full list of requirements or more information, contact the Carolinas College Admissions office at Admissions@CCHSmail.org or 704-355-5051.

Biology Degree Partnership with Winthrop University

A new partnership between Carolinas College of Health Sciences and Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, will allow biology students completing their undergraduate studies at Winthrop to also complete a medical laboratory science (MLS) certification at Carolinas College.

The Winthrop biology students spend their first three years taking general, introductory and advanced biology classes. They’ll spend their final year at Carolinas College in order to complete the MLS certification.

“Our partnership with Winthrop is the gateway to educating future medical laboratory scientists a year sooner, with the hope to expand our partnership with other healthcare program offerings, thus, working together for the common cause of fulfilling workforce needs in our regions of upstate South Carolina and the greater Charlotte area in North Carolina,” said Melissa Jackson, program chair of Clinical Laboratory Sciences.

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