Application and Admission

The Phlebotomy Program is two quarters in length, and is offered twice a year: Fall and Spring.  If you are interested in applying to the program, please plan to attend an Information Session


Program Entry Requirements and Prerequisites:  High school diploma or GED Certificate, ENGL 100 or equivalent, or COMPASS test placement into ENGL& 101.


The Phlebotomy Program application may be used for Spring or Fall Quarter start time.  Submit your application on January 13-17, 2014 and indicate which quarter you are applying for.  Early or late applications will not be accepted.


When the Phlebotomy Program classes are filled, students will be placed on a waitlist.  Waitlist applicants will be notified if an opening becomes available before the quarter begins.


Lottery Selection - Phlebotomy Program Application Process

Applicants meeting program requirements and passing a criminal background check (no records) will be selected by a lottery process for admission. Applicants will be notified by email of a program admission offer. 

  • Applications with lottery numbers 1-10, those applicants will be offered Spring/Summer program admission.
  • The next 10 lottery numbered applications; those applicants will be offered Fall/Winter program admission.
  • The next 10 lottery numbered applications; those applicants will be placed on a waitlist for these program times. 
  • Any applicant not offered admission at this time may reapply for admission the following year.


Phlebotomy Program Clinical Training Sites


Other requirements 

To participate in the Phlebotomy Practicum (MLT 132), students must: 

  • Successfully complete MLT courses in Phlebotomy with a grade of 2.0 or better, and have instructor recommendation as to readiness of student for practicum site training.
  • Provide copy of current health insurance, hepatitis vaccinations, and PPD skin test and other requested vaccinations. (Liability insurance fee is included in the tuition and registration fees for the phlebotomy practicum course.)
  • Pass a Washington State Criminal History Background check submitted upon application to the Phlebotomy Program.
  • CPR - Health Care Provider preferred