Alcohol and Drug Counseling Application Associates Degree Admission Form (PDF)

Alcohol and Drug Counseling Application Certificate Admission Form (PDF)

 

Alcohol and Drug Counseling Practicum ADMISSION CRITERIA Starting Spring 2017:

Alcohol and Drug Counseling ProgramAlcohol and Drug Counseling Practicum Admission Criteria for Associates Degree Program:

  1. Admitted to the college and indicate Alcohol and Drug Counseling Associates Degree (AS) major.
  2. Completed All MnTC General Education Requirements for Goals 1 – 6 on the Associates Degree – Alcohol & Drug Counseling program plan.
  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5
  4. Completed All Alcohol & Drug Counseling Core Curriculum Classes with a Point Total of “18” or higher (i.e. ADC core class GPA of B or higher).
  5. Attach Degree Audit Report
  6. Signature and Date of RCTC ADC program leader (or advisor).

 

Alcohol and Drug Counseling Practicum Admission Criteria for Certificate Program:

  1. Admitted to the college and indicate Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificate as major.
  2. Completion of an Associate’s degree or higher.
  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5
  4. Completed All Alcohol & Drug Counseling Core Curriculum Classes with a Point Total of “18” or higher (i.e. ADC core class GPA of B or higher).
  5. Attach Degree Audit Report
  6. Signature and Date of RCTC ADC program leader (or advisor).

Application / Review Process
If you are interested in applying to the program please fill out the application form.

Applications for the Fall cohort are reviewed in the summer. Prior to admission into the ADC program you may be invited to attend an informational and orientation session where you will meet ADC faculty, discuss program details, ask questions, and participate in group exercises. Within a few weeks after the orientation meeting has concluded students will be contacted and informed of their admission status. Students can request ADC advisors and faculty review their application in November for Spring admission if special circumstances dictate. Spring admission students will also be expected to attend an orientation meeting prior to learning their admission status.

 

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