Ready to become a part of the Antonelli family? The minimum requirements for acceptance to all programs are:
Admissions procedures for Antonelli College include a personal interview with an authorized representative of the school, completion of all required forms including the enrollment agreement, and payment of the registration fee. The college will determine an applicant's eligibility on the basis of educational background, personal interview and prior work experience.
Antonelli College, in accordance with federal and state regulations and the dictates of its administrators' consciences, admits students of any race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, and extends all the rights, privileges, and prerogatives generally accorded to students.
Based on the massage therapy standards of the Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy, any person under age 18 at the time of application and/or any person who has pleaded or been found guilty of a felony, or has pleaded or been found guilty of a crime involving moral turpitude, will be denied admission to the Massage Therapy program.
Based on the massage therapy standards of the Ohio Medical Board, any person who has pleaded or been found guilty of a felony, or has pleaded or been found guilty of a crime involving moral turpitude, will be denied admission to the Massage Therapy program.
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How to Apply
Students seeking admission to the Graphic Design program in Cincinnati must submit a portfolio consisting of at least four (4) pieces of original work. It is not necessary for all work to be matted or framed, and students are encouraged to submit sketchbooks and work done outside of formal classes. All artwork will be returned.
To apply to Antonelli College, please write or call the Admissions department for an interview appointment, an application or additional specific information.
The Campus Director will review all applications and send a letter of acceptance or rejection. Qualified students are accepted at any time prior to the first day of class; however, due to limited class size, early applications are highly advised.