Admissions

Our admissions staff can help you determine if our academic opportunities and career training resources meet your needs.

Is CSB Right for You?

The admissions team at CSB is dedicated to helping you explore your educational opportunities. We’re here to help and invite you to visit our facility. We will sit down with you and address your personal needs, answer your questions, and give you a guided tour of the building.

We strongly believe the only way to know if a school is right for you is to visit the campus. When you visit a CSB campus, an admissions representative will meet with you to address your individual questions and needs. We will review course requirements, enrollment procedures, tuition rates, class scheduling, financial aid and other topics. You’ll also get a personal tour of the campus – the perfect opportunity to see everything in action! Peek in classrooms, see our faculty at work, interact with our student body, and get a feel for what it’s like to be a CSB student.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is tuition?

Our admissions representative will be more than happy to discuss tuition with prospective students at length during your campus visit.

What are the requirements for admission?

To be accepted into one of CSB’s programs, a prospective student must be a high school graduate or possess a GED. A high school transcript or GED scores must be submitted. An application for admission also must be submitted to be considered for enrollment.

All incoming students are required to complete a no charge pre-enrollment evaluation. This evaluation will be scheduled after the prospective student has submitted an application for admission.

What happens after I submit an application for admission?

Upon receipt of an application for admission, an admissions representative will contact you to schedule a financial aid appointment as well as an appointment to complete the pre-enrollment evaluation. These appointments can be scheduled together on the same day, if desired. A letter of acceptance will be processed and mailed. From that point forward your admissions representative will work with you through the entire enrollment process – right up to the first day of classes.

Will my credits from another school be accepted?

CSB may award transfer credits for courses completed at other accredited institutions. Each transfer situation will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis for compatibility; transfer of credits is never guaranteed.

Can I apply some of my high school courses toward my studies at CSB?

CSB welcomes articulation agreements with high schools. Several subjects can be exempted, or articulated, by recent high school graduates. Students should contact their guidance counselor for more information. If an articulation agreement does not exist between CSB and the high school, the student should contact CSB to arrange a meeting with the admissions department to discuss subjects that may be exempted.

Will any of my CSB credits transfer to other institutions?

The transfer of credits is always up to the receiving institution. Many factors come into play when considering the transfer of credits, such as the grade earned, similarity of curriculum, and length of time from course completion to transfer credit request. While most CSB students graduate with the intent of immediately beginning their career, some graduates will opt to continue their studies with the goal of earning a four-year degree. To help those students accomplish this goal, CSB has transfer of credit or articulation agreements with a number of institutions.

Alysa Hart
Admissions Representative
Jamie Harmon
Admissions Representative
Sue Shuff
Senior Admissions Coordinator