Employment in most health care positions requires a background check. The College does not believe that students should make a substantial investment of time and money if the ability to secure employment in the field of study is unlikely. Students with active cases, misdemeanor or felony convictions may not be able to be placed for their clinical course work, become licensed, or obtain a job in their field of study. Clinical partners, licensure boards, and employers each maintain their own policies regarding individuals with any sort of criminal background.
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