Current Students

Student FAQ's

What immunizations are required?

Hepatitis B (Series of three shots)

MMR (Series of two shots)

Tdap (Must have one within last 10 years)

TB test (2 separate TB skin tests). The tests can be done one week apart. Each TB test requires two visits as each test must be read 48-72 hours after it is placed or 1 blood test done. Must be completed within 1 year of beginning clinical rotations.

Varicella (Chicken Pox) If you had varicella when you were a child, you have to prove it. If you don’t have any documentation about it, you have two options:

1) Get the Vaccine
2) Do the Varicella Titer Test (this one is cheaper than the vaccine)

Flu vaccination during the flu season 

Physical Examination by your Physician 

What is the cost of tuition and when is it due?

• For tuition/fee amounts, please refer to
• Course/lab fees approximately $1,124.00 (subject to change)

When is graduation?

Paramedic Class 34 graduation is on April 28, 2017

When will I receive my certification cards?

We will make every effort to have them for you at graduation.

National Registry Information



  • Create a login on this website.

  • Complete a National Registry online application, including truthfully completing the Licensing Action and Felony statements. click here for more information on the NREMT Felony Policy. The NREMT may deny certification or take other appropriate actions in regards to applicants for certification or recertification when a felony conviction has occurred.

  • Pay the application fee of $110.00 (US funds). The application fee is non-transferable and non-refundable. This fee is charged for each attempt of the cognitive examination.

  • You will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT) once you are eligible for the exam. The ATT letter contains scheduling instructions and important details concerning proper identification required at testing centers.

  • Detailed instructions


You can access the skills sheets here: Advanced Psychomotor Exam

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  • Students will receive forms through FISDAP

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Drug Test Schedule

  • Week 1 - Comprehensive, (Trade & Generic, Onset/Duration, Classification)
  • Week 2 - Lactated Ringers, 0.9% Sodium Chloride, Nitroglycerin, Epinephrine 1-10,000, Aspirin
  • Week 3 - Atropine, Amiodarone, Lidocaine, Adenosine, Morphine Sulfate
  • Week 4 - Dopamine, Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Vasopressin, Ondansetron
  • Week 5 - Albuterol, Epinephrine 1:1,000, Furosemide, Ipratropium, Naloxone
  • Week 6 - Fentanyl, Promethazine, Propafol, Succinylcholine Chloride, Vecuronium
  • Week 7 - Diphenhydramine, Dextrose, Glucagon, Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen
  • Week 8 - Activated Charcoal, Haloperidol, Diazepam, Lorazapam, Midazolam
  • Week 9 - Calcium Chloride, Oxytocin, Ketamine
  • Week 10 - Comprehensive
  • Week 11 - Comprehensive
  • Week 12 - Comprehensive
  • Week 13 - Comprehensive
  • Week 14 - Comprehensive
  • Week 15 - Final Comprehensive

Comprehensive List of Drugs for National Registry Test (many of these are not covered in class, but you should be familiar with them)

Important Dates:

National Registry Practical Test:  February 28, 2018

Graduation Class 36: April 27, 2018

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