FAQs About CHCP FAQs About CHCP

FAQs About CHCP

Frequently Asked Questions About CHCP

Will you help me find a job?

Each CHCP campus has a Career Services Department that is available to assist you in your job search. Our students work alongside a Career Services Advisor to receive assistance and guidance in identifying their best individual career path, writing a resume, and interviewing with healthcare practitioners, and most importantly, job placement assistance.

What is the program length, schedule and start date?

Our healthcare programs only include essential career-focused coursework so you can complete programs quickly with no unnecessary classes. The program length varies per program. You can find the specific program details on our program pages. Class schedules and start dates vary per program and campus. You can view the Catalog and Campus Addenda page to see the class schedules, start dates and program details per campus or contact your campus of choice.

Want to know more about programs offered at a specific campus?

Are night classes available?

Yes. Classes are offered days and evenings to accommodate students’ scheduling needs. If you need even more flexibility, we also offer blended and online programs.

Are the credits transferable to other schools?

Credits earned at CHCP typically do not transfer to other schools. It is up to the institution at which you are enrolling to evaluate credits earned at CHCP and determine if they will apply at the transferring institution. For more specific information, contact the Admissions Department.

What are the admission requirements?

All our certificate programs require that you have a high school diploma or equivalent. Then you must pass the Scholastic Level exam with a minimum score based on program requirements, which you will take during the Admissions process. Our Vocational Nursing certificate program includes some additional requirements. For our associate and bachelor’s degree programs, you must have obtained a certificate or diploma in an Allied Health program from an institution of higher education accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, plus some additional requirements unique per program. For more specific information, view our Admission Requirements page.

How do I enroll?

You can apply now on our online application form. Once you fill out the form, our Admissions Team will be giving you a call within the next 24 hours. You can also tour a campus near you and meet one-on-one with an admissions advisor. Our Admissions Team is looking forward to providing you with information on admission requirements and can direct you to our experienced Financial Aid Advisors. We will be happy to assist you through the steps. For online programs, you can complete the admissions and financial aid process online and over the phone.

How much is tuition?

CHCP program costs are competitive and vary across campuses. You can contact your campus of choice for specifics on tuition rates, financial aid and scholarships offered and accepted by CHCP. You can also view the Catalog and Campus Addenda page to see the tuition costs by campus.

Is financial aid available?

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. The majority of our students receive financial aid and there are several programs available. CHCP’s Financial Aid Advisors can walk you through the process. CHCP also offers grants, scholarships, and military discounts for those who qualify. For more information, please visit our Financial Aid page.

How do I get my CHCP transcript?

You can request transcripts through our partner, Parchment here, or you can contact your campus directly and ask for the Registrar. 

Have more questions for us?

You can begin by filling out the application or visiting one of our campuses. During our campus tours, you get to see what it's like to be a student at CHCP and we can answer any questions you have about our programs, enrollment and more!

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