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FINE welcomes applications for admission from all persons based on the following requirements.
To be considered for admission to FINE, potential students must submit:
Students are required to provide confirmation of medical clearance to enroll at FINE (forms provided by FINE).
FINE reserves the right to make exceptions to its admissions requirements on a case by case basis. Exceptions may be made based upon such factors as an applicant interview or previous academic record. FINE reserves the right to request additional information to determine admissions eligibility for any applicants.
FINE students must demonstrate basic skills in English and math. Before beginning studies at FINE, a student must either transfer college-level math and English credit, provide other academic evidence of academic readiness or take and pass the Skills Assessment administered during Orientation.
Although FINE accepts qualified students of all ages, research and experience indicate that more mature students are better emotionally equipped to deal with the bereaved.
It is the responsibility of the applicants to meet the legal and educational requirementsprescribed by the laws of the state in which they intend to practice.
Note: The institution has an ethical obligation to enroll students who can benefit from training as measured by employability. Additionally, the institution is committed to ensuring the safe learning environment for all students.
FINE Mortuary College reserves the right to deny admission, revoke admission, limit enrollment and/or restrict activities of a student.
In order to provide a safe and stable learning community for all students FINE reserves the right to deny or revoke acceptance or enrollment of any incoming or current student based on that student’s criminal conviction.
A criminal conviction includes any instance where a person has pleaded guilty or no contest to or was found to be guilty by a judge or jury of charges of a crime other than minor traffic offenses. Criminal convictions include juvenile offenses or any conviction that the student is currently appealing while undergoing the admissions process. An applicant or student who discloses a criminal conviction may remain eligible for admission at the discretion of the Admissions Office.
FINE reserves the right to verify or amplify the student’s disclosure and to share the information for legitimate purposes.