How To Enroll for Fall Classes

Now Enrolling for Fall Classes

Back-to-school time is quickly approaching. If you’re considering going to college or taking classes to advance your career, now is the time to act. We are here to help you every step of the way through your educational journey.

At East Ohio College, we are currently accepting applications for fall classes. To help you get started, we’re sharing exactly what you need to do to enroll for classes this fall and prepare for an exciting new career!

Explore Our Accelerated Programs

The first step in enrolling for fall classes is deciding what program you want to attend. We offer a variety of different types of programs to meet the needs of each student’s unique situation. We have residential degree programs offered at our East Liverpool campus, online degree programs, and diploma programs that can be completed in only nine months.

At our campus in East Liverpool, we offer numerous degree programs that prepare you to successfully start a new career. For those who want to be a nurse, our direct admission Nursing and LPN to RN Bridge programs provide comprehensive nursing training, preparing students to sit for the NCLEX-RN* licensing exam. Our Medical Assisting and Medical Billing/Administration programs provide students with the skills and experience necessary to care for patients and help medical facilities run smoothly. Our Dental Assisting program prepares students to work in a dental office and perform a variety of essential dental tasks.

For students who need additional convenience to balance family, work, school, and life, we offer online degree programs in a variety of areas. Our Online Medical Assisting and Online Dental Assisting programs allow students to complete their classes online and practice their skills with hands-on clinical days. The Online Medical Billing/Administration and Online Business Administration programs are completed entirely online and prepare students to complete essential office and administrative tasks.

If you want to start your career quicker, we also offer diploma programs that can be completed in just twelve months. Our Medical Assisting – Twelve Months program prepares students to sit for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant** certification exam. The Dental Assisting – Twelve Months program prepares students to take the Nationally Registered Credentialed Dental Assistant** certification exam.

Meet With Admissions Team

The next step to enrolling in fall classes is to meet with your admissions team member, who will guide you through the enrollment process. Depending on how you are completing your program, you will either meet with your dedicated admissions team member in person or virtually.

During this meeting, you will learn all about East Ohio College, the program you are interested in, and the process for enrolling in school. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and work with your admission team member to create a career plan that works for you. If you are attending an on-campus program, you will get to tour the school and see your future classrooms and labs.

Learn About Financial Aid

After meeting with admissions, it’s time to learn all about financial aid. Your admissions team member will schedule an appointment with a financial aid representative to help you through this process. Your financial aid representative will talk to you about the various financial aid programs, which ones you may qualify for, and can even assist you in applying for them.

You will learn about state grants, federal grants, student loans, and veteran GI bill programs. To determine if you qualify for any financial aid, you will need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Your financial aid team member can help you accurately complete your FAFSA if needed.

At East Ohio College, we have numerous grants*** that you could qualify for if eligible. These include the Alumni Grant for Nursing Education, Nurses Touch Lives Grant, Community Awareness Grant, Early Admission Grant, and Lou Holtz Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame Scholarship Matching Award.

Register for Your Classes

The last thing you need to do to enroll in school is register for your fall classes. We do all the work to register you for the classes you need, so you never have to worry about not getting into your required courses.

As you prepare to start your fall classes, be sure that you are set up for success with any supplies you will need, support from family and friends, and dedicated time to complete your schoolwork.

With back-to-school time getting closer, the time to enroll for fall classes is now. Request information or contact us today to get started!


*Passing the NCLEX-RN exam is required to become a Registered Nurse.

**Certification is contingent upon passing this industry certification exam.

***For those who qualify. See catalog for detailed eligibility requirements.