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How to Apply

A completed application includes:

  • Completed application. You can apply online at  Paper applications are available upon request.  There is a $30 application fee for paper applications.
  • Official high school transcripts, Pennsylvania Home School Diploma or GED. Please mail transcripts to:

    Johnson College
    Attn: Enrollment
    3427 North Main Ave
    Scranton, PA 18508

  • Official College/University transcripts (if applicable)
  • 1 Letter of reference (Radiologic & Veterinary Technology Only)
  • 2 Letters of Reference (Physical Therapist Assistant only – 1 from a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant)
  • SAT/ACT Scores (Only required for Radiologic & Veterinary Technology and Physical Therapist Assistant) All applicants are encouraged to submit their SAT scores as they are used to determine Merit Award recipients.
  • Completed Questionnaire (Veterinary and Physical Therapist Assistant Applicants only)
  • Observation Hours Completed (Veterinary Technology applicants only)
  • Observation/Volunteer/Work at a Physical Therapy Clinic for a minimum of 15 hours (Physical Therapist Assistant only)

Steps to Apply

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Apply Online Here.
Submit official high school and college transcripts.
Johnson College
Attn: Enrollment
3427 North Main Avenue
Scranton, PA 18508
Call 570-702-8900 to make an appointment.
– FAFSA – Apply Online here. Johnson College Federal School Code (014734)

– State Grant – Apply Online here.

– If enrolling in a certificate program that is not State Grant eligible please visit the PA Tip Grant website here.

Register Online Here.

To request further information on your program(s) of interest please click the button above to continue to our information request form.

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