Individuals may apply for full-time admission. All training programs at Tom P. Haney Technical College have minimum admission or state licensure requirements. Applicants should have the basic skills necessary for potential success in the training program and the career field they have chosen. Classes are available to assist students in improving basic skills.
Admission & Registration Policy/Procedures
Haney Technical College provides multiple opportunities to enroll each academic year. Admission is open to all qualifying students (students with a minimum of a high school diploma, GED, or home-school certification, if program requires). To receive Title IV funds (Pell Grants), a student must have a high school diploma, GED or home-school certification, (additional information may be requested to confirm the validity of high school education). Detailed program information may be found in our course catalog aw well as online at www.haney.edu.
General Admission Procedures
Items Needed at Registration:
- Completed Haney Online Application
- Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) results. If exempt from TABE, prof of exemption required. All applicants that were home-schooled are required to provide TABE results.
- If under the age of 21 and never enrolled in Bay District Schools, need proof of immunizations.
- Florida Residency Declaration form with 2 (two) proof of residency documents (for in-state tuition rate) for Career & Technical Education (CTE) students.
- Valid government issued photo identification and Social Security card (excluding military ID)
- Copy of diploma or transcripts, from high school, GED, or college/technology center(s) attended for CTE students only.
Payment Methods: (refer to Tuition Schedule for rates)
- Cash, check, debit or credit card
- Pell Grant
- VA Education Benefits
- Florida Prepaid (please bring account number)
- Florida Bright Futures
- Other Sources
All fees (tuition, lab, registration, student activity fee, etc.) must be paid at the time of registration. Unless exempt, out-of-state tuition rates apply to CTE students who do not meet Florida Residency requirements. According to Florida Statute §1009.25 tuition and fee exemptions apply for youth who were in custody of the Department of Children and Families (DCF). Please see a counselor in Student Services for more information.
Enroll in 4 Easy Step
Step 1: ONLINE APPLICATION All prospective students are required to complete the online application during the designated application dates. The online application will not be available until the specified dates listed for each program. The Practical Nursing program requires additional steps including TEAS testing. Pleased visit the Practical Nursing page for these additional requirements.
Step 2: ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT The academic assessment is the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) that measures applicants' grade levels in mathematics, reading, and language. Pre-register for the TABE, pay the applicable fee, and arrive at least 15-minutes prior to testing. Be sure to bring your I.D. with you to Student Services (must be 16 years old or older). If you are unsure of the program of training you wish to enter, schedule some time with our Career Specialist and view our Directory of Programs Each program has its own basic skills requirement. Information for preparing for the TABE is available in Student Services located in Building 1 or you may print the information below (opens in new window):
You may be exempt from the TABE testing if you:
Possess a college degree at the associate in applied science level or higher
Demonstrate readiness for public postsecondary education pursuant to F.S. 1008.30
Earned a valid Florida standard high school diploma (entered 9th grade in 2003-04 school year or any year thereafter)
Passed a state or national industry certification or licensure examination identified in State Board of Education rules and aligned to the career education program which you are enrolled
Are an active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services
Proof of exemption status is required. Please see a counselor for further details.
Step 3: EMAIL CONFIRMATION Once you have submitted you application, you will receive an email confirming that. You will receive (within two weeks) a second email requesting documentation and your method of payment. All fees (registration, tuition, lab, student activity, etc.) must be paid at the time of registration and all documentation must be received before you are officially accepted. A delay in receiving your documentation and payment method will result in forfeiture of your acceptance. Out-of-state fees will be charged to students who have not established one year of Florida residency.
Step 4: DOCUMENTATION Complete the admission requirements by submitting immunizations (if under 21), two proofs of Florida residency, Social Security Card (optional,) and a copy of high school/GED/Associate degree diploma/transcript.