No qualified person will be excluded from enrollment at LIFE-LINE INSTITUTE OCALA based on age, race, gender, disability or national origin. Class start times vary depending upon languages of Instruction. Completing a course or program in a language other than English may reduce employability where English is required.
Applicants must be 17 years of age or older. If applicant is 17 years of age at the time of enrollment, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant. Applicant must be 18 years of age by or before the time of graduation from all LIFE-LINE INSTITUTE OCALA programs.
As part of the student record and admissions to LIFE-LINE INSTITUTE OCALA, applicants must provide the following documentation:
1. One primary form of documentation, such as an unexpired Florida driver license, an unexpired United States official identification card, an unexpired United States passport, an unexpired United States permanent resident card and a copy of the social security card OR
2. Two secondary forms of documentation, one that must be a photo identification card other than those specified above and one additional form of identification, such as a Certificate of Naturalization, military ID, or a certified copy of a United States birth certificate with a Social Security card.
3. The applicant should present evidence of high school diploma, evidence of foreigner High School Completion Translated and evaluated Original Transcript, or GED. Applicants must present evidence of graduation or GED prior to enrollment of the program of study.
4. All applying students must complete an Admissions Application & Enrollment Agreement.
5. Students receive a catalog before enrollment commences.
6. LIFE-LINE INSTITUTE OCALA will keep records of prospective students denied admission for at least one year.
7. Prospective students, who were denied admission and would like to view their file, may submit a written request. Access to view the file will be granted within 48 hours of request.
8. It is the responsibility of all students to inform the Student & Career Service Officer that they have all immunizations up-to-date and a general medical physical form prior to beginning externship.
All the above admission requirements will be submitted to our Admissions Representative to be kept on file for only 30 days. After this time students may re-apply for their program of choice.
Applicants must submit the documentation identified above in person or through a certified copy by United States Mail by the drop and add period for the applicable term. Applicants who fail to satisfy the requirements identified above will not be admitted to LIFE-LINE INSTITUTE OCALA.