Enrollment

Liaison College is uncompromising dedicated to helping people improve their lives through high quality education and training programs for careers in the field culinary arts. Employment rate is how we measure our success and if you explore the Graduates & Employers section of our website you'll learn just how successful we are at achieving this goal.

One significant reason for this success is our admissions process. We seek to enroll only those students we are confident we can successfully train and place. The college also recognizes that starting a new career is a huge decision, one of the largest in a person's life. Because of this, the enrollment process has three-steps during which both the potential student and the college have adequate time and information to make the right decision.

Step 1: Initial Visit

We want to get to know you better and let you get to know us. To that end, we invite you to visit the campus, meet some students and our chefs, take a tour of the facilities and talk with an admissions officer about your goals and motivation to pursue a culinary arts career. This gives you the opportunity to learn more about the college and to ask all the questions we know are running through your mind. If you and the admissions officer feel certain that i is the right choice, the admissions officer will ask you to take our entrance examination and help you with the application paperwork. If you need a little more time or are not yet sure, the admissions officer will schedule a second appointment for further discussion, the entrance test and completion of the paperwork.

Step 2: Apply For Admission

Enrollment is limited, so to claim a space in the next start date we urge you to apply for admission as soon as possible. Application requires completion of the appropriate paperwork and payment of an application fee.

Step 3: Complete Financial Arrangements

Once the application is complete and the entrance examination evaluated it is time to meet with the Director and workout your financial arrangements. The college recognizes that most students must make a significant financial sacrifice to accomplish their career goals. The Director works with each student individually to find the right combination of down payment, payment plans, educational loans and/or other sources of funding to make attendance possible.

Only after all three of these steps have completed will the student be accepted into the class start date of their choosing.

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