Enrollment

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You have questions about enrollment, we have answers. We are now able to enroll students and share information about programs, admissions requirements, costs and financial aid either via phone or by in-person appointments. This enrollment video from your admissions rep, Bryan Crouch, has additional information. Let us know how we can help you.

If you schedule an in-person appointment, please note the following for your visit to campus. We ask that if you are feeling ill, you stay home and schedule an appointment for a later date.

  • Limit the number of guests/family members accompanying you to two.
  • Enter the main building at 3301 West 18th Avenue through the front doors.
  • Use hand sanitizer, which will be provided.
  • Put on a mask, which will be provided (or you can wear your own mask).
  • If this is your first time on campus since March 13, 2020 you will be required to complete a paper questionnaire which will include questions related to travel, symptoms and if you have tested positive for COVID-19. You will be asked to sign agreeing to wear a mask and practice social distancing while on the FHTC campuses. If you have already completed the paper questionnaire, the same questions will be asked through an electronic version.
  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 you will need to provide medical documentation confirming your release from quarantine/illness.

Can I enroll now?

Yes! Enrollment can take place by appointment either over the phone or in person. Schedule an appointment by calling 620-343-4600 ext. 2 or email admissions@fhtc.edu. This appointment is a dedicated time for you to finalize your degree plan and enroll in classes. Appointments are available during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Should I enroll now?

Absolutely! Our courses can fill up quickly so enrolling sooner is better and if you schedule an appointment now, we’ll waive the enrollment fee.

What about testing?

During this time, we realize you may not be able to take the ACT or ACCUPLACER tests but don’t worry, we can use alternative means for admission. Go ahead and send us your transcript and we’ll take a look at your overall GPA to see if you meet admission requirements. Our health programs may have different requirements, but we can help guide you through those.

How much does it cost?

Cost sheets for programs are available at the bottom of each program page. Costs will vary depending on if you’re a post-secondary student or a high school student who wants to take classes while still in high school. Payment plans are available.

I still have questions.

We can help answer your questions. Call us at 620-343-4600 ext. 2 or email askus@fhtc.edu.

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