Complete and sign the program application either manually or electronically and submit at least 15 business days prior to the session start date. Please note, a completed application does not guarantee admission or enrollment in the desired session.
Once all admission materials have been submitted and are complete, the admissions committee meets to review the following factors:
The admissions committee consists of the Instructor, Post-Secondary Specialist, Director, and other staff as invited. Applicants will receive notification regarding the status of their admission decision on the final day of OEP. If you do not receive notification within that time, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
Decisions from the Admissions Committee fall into three categories:
Students are notified verbally by the Post-Secondary Specialist with follow-up in writing by mail. To complete the enrollment process, the enrollment agreement must be completed, signed, and returned to the Post-Secondary Specialist.
Students are notified verbally by the Post-Secondary Specialist with follow-up in writing by mail. Students who have been denied admission to a program may contact the school for additional details. If appropriate, students may reapply to a future session.
Students are notified verbally by the Post-Secondary Specialist with follow-up in writing by mail. Students are waitlisted when a program session is full. If a space becomes available before the program session begins, waitlisted students will be notified and may choose to enroll. Since program inception there have been very few occasions when a waitlist was necessary. The majority of the time, we are able to accommodate all eligible applicants as they desire.
The OEP is defined as a period prior to official admission that assists the admissions committee in determining the applicant’s presumed capability to complete the program, ability to withstand the rigors of the kitchen and the propensity to learn the material. At the end of that period, the student will be given an official letter stating the decision of the admissions committee.