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Transcripts: Request official transcripts from high school/GED and all college courses and technical school work previously
completed, including where your Dental Assistant degree was completed and any courses in progress. Transcripts must be
sent directly from the previous institution to the address below:
Century College Century College
Admissions Office Transfer Student Services Office
3300 Century Ave N 3300 Century Ave N
White Bear Lake, MN 55110 White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Students who have attended a MnSCU College or University will have their transcripts retrieved electronically. You must be in
good financial and academic standing at all previous colleges/universities attended to be eligible for admission to the college
and the program.
International transcripts must be evaluated by World Education Services to be petitioned for use; contact email@example.com for
more information or visit www.wes.org
HUMAN SERVICES BACKGROUND STUDY:
Minnesota Law requires any individual having contact with patients to complete a human services background study prior to
starting the clinical experience. Results of the study are to be on file in the Dental Hygiene Program before students begin their
clinical experiences. Any student who does not pass the background study will not be permitted to participate in clinical
experiences. Therefore, the individual is ineligible to progress in the Dental Hygiene Program.
If you have been arrested, charged, or convicted of any criminal offence, you should investigate the impact the arrest, charge
or conviction may have on your chances of employment in the field before completing the application to the program.
To find more information about the Minnesota Department of Human Services Background Study, please go to the DHS website
at www.DHS.state.mn.us, select General Public, Office of Inspector General, Background Studies.
A copy of the program’s policy on hazardous materials, bloodborne and infectious diseases is available upon request or by
DATA PRIVACY NOTICE:
The college is asking you to provide information that includes private and/or confidential information under state and federal
law. You are not legally required to provide the information the college is requesting; however, the college may not be able to
effectively process your application if you do not provide sufficient information. With some exceptions, unless you consent to
further release of private information, access to this information will be limited to school officials, including faculty who have
legitimate educational interests in the information. Under certain circumstances, federal and state laws authorize release of
private information without your consent: (1) to other schools in which you seek to enroll, or are enrolled, if you are first notified
of the release; (2) to federal, state and local officials for purposes of program compliance, audit or evaluation; (3) as appropriate
in connection with your application for, or receipt of, financial aid; (4) to your parents, if your parents claim you as a dependent
student for tax purposes; (5) if the information is sought with a subpoena, to an organization engaged educational research or
accrediting agency. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities abide by the provision of Title IX and other federal and state
laws forbidding discrimination on the bases of sex, race,
color, national origin or handicap and all other state and federal laws
regarding equal opportunity.