To qualify for general admissions to Piberry Institute...

Admissions Policies
Each perspective student upon inquiry is assigned to an Admissions representative who informs prospective students about the admission process including but not limited to the curriculum, policies, procedures, costs of the program, any equipment and services required prior to enrollment. The admission representative also tries to ascertain and gives direction to the student in regard to their academic history, career goals, and potential for successful completion of their field of study. A copy of the catalog is issued to students prior to signing of the enrollment.
To qualify for general admissions to Piberry Institute, the applicant must meet the following requirements:
1. Must be 18 years of age, possess a valid High School Diploma, or a High School Equivalency. Students under 18 years of age must have parental consent. The parent or legal guardian must sign the student’s enrollment agreement.

2. Must have a personal interview with an Admissions Representative and tour the Facility.

3. Must meet with a Financial Services Officer who will discuss the cost of the program, and arrange for payment of tuition.

4. Must complete and sign an Enrollment Agreement, and provide two proofs of identification, including photo identification such as a drivers license, passport.

5. Applicants wishing to enter the Institute with a High School Diploma from a foreign country must provide an official original U.S. evaluation from a recognized evaluating agency. The cost of such evaluation is the responsibility of the applicant.

For complete Admissions Policies, please refer to Piberry Institute School Catalog, Volume 8, effective July 2020.