Program Enrollment Process
Students interested in registering for Phlebotomy and Phlebotomy Clinical Experience must complete a Letter of Intent for the Phlebotomy Technician Program and submit the form to Enrollment Services. The
Fall 2018 Letter of Intent will be available beginning January 15, 2018. Letters of Intent can be submitted any time up to the start of the semester, but priority enrollment will be offered to students who submit the letter by the priority deadline date. After the priority deadline date for the upcoming semester, Letters of Intent will be evaluated in the order in which they are received and students will be offered admission to the Phlebotomy program on a first-ready, first-served basis until the 14-16 seats for each section have been filled. Additional students will be placed on a waiting list.
Students selected for priority admission will be contacted within 6 weeks following the priority deadline date by US mail and Saint Paul College email with notification of admission to the program. Further information about next steps including acceptance of the seat and confirmation of planned attendance by the student at the required Phlebotomy Seminar will also be provided at that time. Admission to the program and permission to register for the Phlebotomy and Phlebotomy Clinical Experience courses will be provided following attendance at the required Phlebotomy Seminar.
Textbook and Supply Costs
Students should expect to spend approximately $680.00 beyond the cost of tuition and fees, for books, supplies (gloves), certification exam andliability insurance. Students are responsible for parking and transportation costs for the clinical experience portion of the program.
Required Phlebotomy Technician Seminar
Students must attend a mandatory information seminar to learn about program requirements and to complete documentation to enter the program.