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Applications for this program are competitive, and accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Students interested in the Phlebotomy Technician Program will need to submit an Application Packet, and supporting documents to the PBT Office, located in Bldg. 557 (Health Sciences Building), Room A246.
Only COMPLETE application packets will considered for enrollment, in the order they have been submitted.

The PBT office may be contacted at (254) 526-1883 or by e-mail at  mlt.pbt.ht@ctcd.edu

Office hours are:
Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.

The Application Packet will include:

  • Application
  • Notification of Phlebotomy Training
  • Criminal Background Check and Drug Screen Acknowledgement
  • Instructions for submitting the:
    • Student Health History
    • Physical Form - A physical exam must be completed on this form, and signed/dated by the attending doctor/nurse/PA

Alongside with the application packet, students will need the following supporting documents:

  • Immunization Records - to include all requirements within the appropriate dates
    • Note that additional immunizations and/or health requirements may be required by the clinical site based on its rules and regulations. Currently many or all clinical sites are requiring proof of Covid 19 vaccination to include documentation of two Covid 19 vaccinations from Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson before entry into the facility as a clinical student.  Students should expect this facility requirement to continue.
  • Transcripts (High School Diploma, GED or College Transcripts - unofficial copies are fine)
  • CPR Certification - Copy of current BLS Card
    • Certificates must be accredited through the American Heart Association (AHA) and must be "BLS Care" level. Other, basic level certificates will not be accepted.
    • CPR training is also available at CTC via Continuing Education.

Applications lacking any of the above criteria will be considered incomplete.
After complete applications have been received by the office, students will be scheduled for an interview with the instructor, and a decision will be made about acceptance into the program.

Upon successful acceptance into the program, students will be given a Letter of Acceptance, and placed on a PBT Certificate of Completion plan, which is necessary for registration. (Students will not be able to register for Phlebotomy courses without this document.)