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The NTCC Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program accepts a maximum of sixteen students into the program the fall semester of each academic year. Since a limited number of students can be accepted into each class, it is therefore to each applicant's advantage to complete all application requirements and submit the application by June 15th. Student applications submittted to the Director of the MLT program by June 15th are guaranteed consideration for acceptance into the MLT Program during the first admissions committee meeting on June 18th. If the class is not filled following the June 18th admissions committee meeting, applications submitted up to August 1st will be considered if space is available in that class.
Deadline for applications has been extended until August 1, 2014!
In order to participate in a clinical laboratory science educational program, students must be able to comply with program-designated essential functions, or request reasonable accommodations to execute these essential functions. Requirements include a sound intellect; good motor skills: eye-hand coordination and dexterity; effective communication skills; visual acuity to perform macroscopic and microscopic analyses, or read procedures, graphs, etc.; professional skills such as the ability to work independently, manage time efficiently, to comprehend, analyze and synthesize various materials, as well as to hold sound psychological health and stability.
Program Admission Requirements:
Each APPLICATION PACKETsubmitted to the program director should contain:
The essay should be a typed, double-spaced, well-developed one to two page essay that explains your interest in the field of clinical laboratory science and in our program. You may comment on previous experiences (work or personal) that have influenced your decision to enter this field.
Complete application packets for placement into the MLT class beginning each August should be on file with the program director no later than June 15th. Admission to the program is based on a point system that utilizes the following criteria:
Cindy Parsons, MS, MT(ASCP)
Richard Zylks, SC, MT(ASCP)
Clinical Coordinator and Instructor
Cindy Parsons, MT (ASCP) , Program Director - 903.434.8250
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This page last updated by C. Parsons on 07/14/2014
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