Hollywood Education Institute

Admission Policy and Procedure

Hollywood Education Institute is committed to meeting the needs of English language learners and providing equal educational opportunities to all students, regardless of their race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic. This policy and procedure outline the requirements for admission and the process that students must follow to apply and enroll to the program at Hollywood Education Institute.

Admission Requirements

Applicants who gain admission to Hollywood Education Institute must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age.

  • Submit a completed application form with all required documentation

  • Submit a copy of a high school diploma or its equivalent (copy of a GED or state certificate awarded after passing an authorized test that the state recognizes as equivalent to a high school diploma)

  • Submit a copy of passport or government-issued ID

  • Submit an application fee

  • Have access to minimum technology requirements 

Admission Process

  1. Once prospective students submit a completed application with all required documentation, the administrative staff will review the application and determine if the prospective student meets the admission requirements. 

  • If the prospective student meets the admission requirements, the administrative staff will proceed to the next steps; 

  • If the prospective student does not meet the admission requirement, their applications will be denied; 

  • The admission eligibility email will be sent to the prospective student within two (2) business days after receiving the completed application and all required documents. 

  1. When the prospective student chooses to move forward after receiving admission eligibility, the administrative manager or administrative staff will send over an English placement test, admissions disclosures and enrollment agreement to the student. 

  2. The student will then take the placement test to determine the student’s level of English proficiency and  review the admissions disclosures and enrollment agreement to ensure all information is accurate and fully understood by the student. The student is required to sign admission disclosures and enrollment agreement within one (1) week to complete the admission process.

  3. Once the student is admitted to the program, they will be provided with an orientation session, including policies and procedures, facilities, and support services and enrollment materials such as catalog, and interactive distance learning manual to help them settle into the class.

  4. Hollywood Education Institute requires all applicants who previously applied but did not complete the enrollment process to repeat the entire process. Any student who has withdrawn or has been dismissed from the institution and wishes to return must submit a new application for readmission to HEI.