How to enroll at Stautzenberger College

Admission to Stautzenberger College is simple. Please review our Admission Procedure and Policy as well.

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Maumee campus: (419) 866-0261
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Admissions Process

Stautzenberger College has a straightforward application process for prospective students. Here are the steps involved:

  • Contact an Admissions Advisor: The first step is to contact an admissions advisors. You can call the college's main number or fill out an online form to schedule an appointment.
  • Attend an Information Session: You will be invited to attend an information session, where you can learn about the college's programs, admissions requirements, financial aid options, and career services.
  • Provide Transcripts: You will need to provide official transcripts from any high school or college you have attended. You may also need to take an entrance assessment, depending on the program.
  • Meet with Financial Aid: If you plan to apply for financial aid, you will need to meet with a financial aid advisor to discuss your options. Financial aid available for those who qualify.
  • Enrollment: Once your application is complete and you have been accepted, you will receive an enrollment agreement.

Overall, the application process at Stautzenberger College is relatively straightforward, and the admissions advisors are available to answer any questions you may have throughout the process.

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Enrollment Agreement with Binding Arbitration Provision

As a condition of enrollment, Stautzenberger College (the “College”) requires each student to sign an enrollment agreement containing a binding arbitration provision. The full arbitration provision can be found here and at page 13 of the College Catalog and School Handbook. Under the arbitration provision, each student and the College agree to resolve through binding and mandatory arbitration any dispute between the student and the College or any current or former employee(s) of the College. Arbitration is the referral of a dispute to an impartial person (an arbitrator) for a final and binding determination of the dispute. In agreeing to binding and mandatory arbitration, the parties voluntarily give up certain rights, including the right to pursue a dispute in court, the right to a trial by a judge or jury, rights to appeal, and other rights that may be available in a court, such as broader discovery rights. As provided by the arbitration provision, the parties also give up the right to bring or participate in any class action, collective action, private attorney general action, or any other type of action or proceeding in which anyone acts or proposes to act in a advisor capacity on behalf of others. If you have any questions about this arbitration provision or the arbitration process, please contact the Campus President. The College cannot require the student to participate in arbitration or any internal dispute resolution process offered by the College prior to filing a borrower defense to repayment application with the U.S. Department of Education pursuant to 34 C.F.R. § 685.206(e); the College cannot, in any way, require the student to limit, relinquish, or waive his or her ability to pursue filing a borrower defense claim, pursuant to § 685.206(e) at any time; and any arbitration required by this pre-dispute arbitration agreement tolls the limitations period for filing a borrower defense to repayment application pursuant to § 685.206(e)(6)(ii).