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General Questions

Is OMT accredited? Our private career school has chosen not to pursue accreditation primarily due to the significant costs and administrative burden involved, which would necessitate raising tuition fees. We believe this would compromise our mission to provide affordable, high-quality education. Accreditation’s rigid standards could also limit our flexibility and innovation in program delivery. Instead, we prioritize maintaining our current licenses with the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission and the National Health Career Association, ensuring we meet essential standards without the added financial and administrative strain of accreditation.

What percentage of our students pass the NHA exam? We take great pride in the fact that over 97% of our students successfully pass the NHA certification exam!

What are the dates for the next term? We offer phlebotomy, EKG and pharmacy programs throughout the academic year (except summer). Terms typically start at the beginning of January, May and September.

Do we offer CNA courses? We only offer phlebotomy, pharmacy, and EKG at this time.

Do we require a background check? While we do not require a background check, your future employers might. We recommend that you check with possible employers to see if they require a background check and what their policies are. ​However, for those interested in becoming a pharmacist you will have to have your fingerprints recorded and you will have a background check done in order to become a licensed pharmacy technician.

Financial Questions

Do we offer financial options? Our private career school does not offer financial assistance directly through the institution.These programs may be able to support you financially depending on your eligibility status. Affirm With Affirm, you can choose from 4 interest-free payments every two weeks or monthly. Your rate will be 0% APR or 10-30% APR. Payment options through Affirm are subject to an eligibility check. Options depend on your purchase amount, and a down payment may be required. PayPal Pay Later PayPal Pay Later offers flexible financing options for online purchases, allowing customers to defer payments or split them into manageable installments. It includes features like "Pay in 4," which divides payments into four interest-free installments. You can also opt for longer-term installment plans with fixed monthly payments and applicable interest rates. PayPal Pay Later has a maximum loan amount of $1,500.

Do we accept FAFSA? Our private career school has chosen not to accept FAFSA due to the significant administrative burden and compliance requirements involved, which would divert resources from our core educational activities. Accepting FAFSA would also increase federal oversight and regulation, limiting our operational flexibility. Additionally, the time and costs associated with becoming eligible for FAFSA are considerable, and adhering to federal guidelines could impact our ability to tailor programs to our students' specific needs.

Is tuition eligible for tax deduction? Our private career school cannot issue a 1098-T form for tuition reimbursement because we do not participate in federal financial aid programs, which is a key requirement for eligibility to provide this form. By focusing on maintaining our licenses through state and national organizations, we prioritize delivering high-quality, affordable education without the added complexities of federal financial aid compliance.

Enrollment Questions

How do I enroll?

What if I am working with a financial support program? After submitting your enrollment documents, we will review them. If you are working alongside a financial support program, such as WorkSource Lane or STEP, we will contact your financial representative. After they confirm you are a client of theirs, you will receive a welcome email confirming your enrollment.

What are the required textbooks?

What is a waitlist? A waitlist will be started after a program has reached its capacity. Applicants who follow all enrollment steps will be added to the waitlist and may be offered a spot if a current student withdraws prior to the commencement of classes.

How will I know I am enrolled? After submitting your enrollment documents, we will review them. Following this, payment of the registration and supply fees is required. Once these steps are completed, you will receive an email with your letter of acceptance.

What is the deadline to enroll? While we don't have a specific deadline, we do have a rough deadline usually one week before commencement of classes. We accept the first students who submit their enrollment forms and pay their fees. Class sizes are limited, so the sooner you enroll the better!

What happens if I don't pay the registration and supply fee? You will not be enrolled until the registration and supply fee is paid.

Can I transfer to a different term? It may be possible to transfer to a different term on a case-by-case basis. Please send us an email request with your situation, and we will work with you to create your transfer.

How do I withdraw from a course? You will need to submit a Student Request Application (SRA). If approved, a check will be mailed to you within two weeks. Please refer to the school catalog for our Cancellation and Refund Policies (OAR 715-045-0001).

Miscellaneous Questions

Do we help with job placement? While we do not provide job placement programs, our Administrator does offer one-on-one assistance with building your resume’, creating letters of introduction and developing your interview skills. Please contact our Administrator to make an appointment.

Will I receive a certificate or transcript upon graduation? After graduation you will receive a certificate of course completion and an official transcript for your records.

Do you need copies of your completion documents?

Will my certificate be credible? By completing a program at our school, you'll become eligible to take a National Healthcareer Association (NHA) certification exam. Passing this exam, together with our graduation certificate, will qualify you to work in hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities. Our medical training programs are designed to meet the standards most employers seek and require.

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