You’ve Interviewed at Remington College…What’s Next

Since you've committed to working toward a brighter future, you probably want that future to begin as soon as possible. Here's what you need to do next:

  1. Take and Pass a Standardized Entrance Test: Our standardized test won't take long, but it will help us recommend programs in which you are most likely to succeed.

    Since you're planning to attend Remington College, schedule your entrance exam as soon as possible. It's required for all students—except those who can show proof of an associate's degree or higher from an accredited college. Your Admissions Representative can set this up for you.
  2. Arrange to Pay Tuition and Related School Fees: Wondering how you'll ever be able to pay for college?

    We'll assign a Student Finance Associate to review your available financing options  and work with you to complete the required forms.1 You may also need to complete credit applications, financial aid applications (if you're applying) or other financial documents. We'll help you complete those, too.
  3. Review and Sign the Enrollment Agreement: When you're ready, your Admissions Representative will review the Enrollment Agreement with you and answer any questions you may have.

    Because certain career fields like Pharmacy Technician require a criminal background check, we require this check before you start. This helps to ensure that you can meet the standard job requirements later, when you pursue a job.2
  4. Schedule a Follow-up Appointment to Finalize Student Financing and Enrollment: Be sure to bring the following items…
    • Driver's License (if you have one), or other form of picture identification
    • Last Year's Tax Return
    • Social Security Card
    • Diploma/GED
Can't find your diploma or GED? Relax. Your Admissions Representative can help you reach out to your high school or help you locate your GED certificate.

You're almost there! Don't forget to mark your calendar with dates for Orientation and the first day of class to be sure that you don't miss a thing.

1 Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
2 Employment upon graduation not guaranteed.