| School of Health Professions Applicants -- In order to be considered for admission to the School of Health Professions, you need to be admitted to the College first.
You have arrived at the location where students apply for admission to CCBC, NOT to the School of Health Professions programs. If you are not a CCBC student, please complete a College application by following the steps below under “Apply to CCBC.” If you are already a CCBC student and have a CCBC Student ID Number (900-XX-XXXX), please follow the below directions carefully to apply to the School of Health Professions. For all SHP Program applicants, we recommend beginning the admission packet for your program of choice at the School of Health Professions Admissions Office.
For applicants to the Dental Hygiene and Physician Assistant programs only, you must log into your Simon account, select the Student Services tab, and create a new application to the School of Health Professions for either Dental Hygiene or Physician Assistant. You must be prepared to pay the $50 non-refundable application fee to complete the application. PA applicants must first apply to CASPA. Use this link for additional PA information http://grad.towson.edu/program/master/past-ms/files/ProgramInfoBookletv2.pdf.
For all other School of Health Professions programs for 2017 , please go to your program page, select the correct program information packet, and follow the link to the CCBC School of Health Professions Central Application Service (CCBC CAS): https://ccbc.liaisoncas.com.
Applications for 2017 will be available in the CAS on September 16, 2017.
If you are: A Gifted and Talented 8th or 9th grader and interested in enrolling in credit classes, contact the Admissions Office when you are ready to apply. Do not apply online. Please click on the link for additional admission information.
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Create your New User account here and then complete your application for admission.If you previously applied to CCBC for credit courses, you do not need to submit another application to make changes to your information. Simply follow the steps below:
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