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Application for Program Admission

To submit an application to our school, please complete the following form and select Submit Application.

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Once you have completed the online application, you will need to complete the following:

  • Payment of a nonrefundable application fee of $30 payable to Western's cashier office or at your nearest regional location.
  • Submit official transcripts from high school and all previous colleges. If currently in high school, final transcripts must be sent after graduation. GED/HSED scores may be submitted for high school graduation requirement.
  • Complete the ACT, ASSET or COMPASS. Scores must be dated within five years.
Admission requirements vary from program to program. Once you have completed the initial application requirements, you will be notified of additional program requirements (if any).

Personal Information

Please enter your Social Security Number, Official First Name, Last Name and Date of Birth. By entering this information we can verify you do not already exist in our system.

Social Security Number (SSN) is required for Financial Aid and 1098T purposes. Your Financial Aid and tax reporting documents will be unavailable without your SSN. (SSN is used for record keeping and statistical purposes only and is kept in strict confidence and will not be shared.) If you prefer not to disclose your SSN, please submit the paper application.

Address Information
    Please enter your Primary address first.

Contact Information

The phone information is required. If you choose not to supply a phone number please enter the phone type of "Cell", the country of "United States", and 5555555555 for the number.

  1. Phone Type Country Phone Number Primary
Residency Information

Please include the name of the High School District in which you currently reside.

About You
  1. Are you of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity or descent? Yes No
    Select one or more races with which you identify yourself:
    American Indian or Alaska Native
    Black or African American
    Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Academic Information
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Additional Questions

Economically Disadvantaged includes any individual or member of a family who receives need-based financial assistance, or whose income is at or below the poverty level as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Single Parents are individuals who are unmarried or legally separated and have custody or joint custody of one or more minor children or who are pregnant.

  1. Please check all that apply
Emergency Contacts

Education History

  1. Degrees


School Policy
  1. Select "I accept" to confirm that you have read and fully understand the terms and conditions set forth in our Application Policy

    I do not accept I accept