Download, read and complete the following paperwork to begin the application process
Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute is currently approved to operate in the following states:
AK, AZ, CA, FL, GA, HI, IA, IN, IL, MI, MN, MO, NC, OH, OR, PA, VA
If you have questions about the neurodiagnostic technology program or neurodiagnostic technology jobs please contact us at your convenience. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific needs and requirements.
Application materials can be mailed, faxed, or emailed to our office at:
Neurodiagnostic Technology Institute
805 Oakley Seaver Drive, Suite 103
Clermont, FL 34711
Payment of the non-refundable Application Fee can be made by check or credit card.
Your application, required documentation and Application Fee should be completed and submitted in a timely manner. Admission depends upon the applicant providing complete, accurate, and current admissions information. Records and transcripts received by the Institute become the property of the Institute and will not be returned.
The Institute uses a two-phase approval system specifically designed to minimize costs for applicants. When all the information is complete and has been submitted the admissions committee will review your application. Students are accepted based on successfully meeting the requirements, the availability of an approved clinical site, and the recommendation of the admission committee.
After the admissions committee reviews your application and qualifications you will be assigned one of the following academic standings:
Approved: Approved status will be granted to applicants who submit a complete Admissions packet in a timely manner and meet the Admission Requirements.
Denied: Denied status will be assigned to applicants who fail to submit a complete Admissions packet or does not meet the Admission Requirements.
Applicants will be advised of their status via email. Appeals on the decision regarding admission should be made in writing and addressed to the Director of Administration. Appeals will be heard by an administrative committee and may include a personal interview and additional documentation. Once the appeal is reviewed, the committee will render a final decision.