The Dental Laboratory Technology Program is a Fall-entry program with limited enrollment.
High school graduates should submit an official high school transcript with the graduation date to the Office of Admissions and Records at San Antonio College, 1300 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio, Texas 78212. Neither the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) nor the American College Test (ACT) is required for admission to the College. However, students who have taken these tests should send scores to the San Antonio College Assessment and Research Center, room 110 of the Fletcher Administration Center.
Persons 18 years of age or older who are not high school graduates are encouraged to discuss admission with one of the counselors by calling (210) 486-0333 or by visiting the Counseling Center in the Moody Learning Center on the San Antonio College campus. This office can also respond to questions regarding testing and course placement.
Persons transferring to the College from other accredited institutions should provide the Admissions and Records Office with an official transcript from all the institutions previously attended.
In addition to meeting the general admission requirements of San Antonio College, students desiring admissions to the Dental Laboratory Technology Program must submit all of the following by August 1 for Fall admission:
- A complete Dental Laboratory Technology Program Application Form to the program office.
- Written proof of an advisement appointment with a member of the Dental Laboratory Technology Program faculty.
- An application for formal admission to San Antonio College. A student must be accepted as a student at San Antonio College before he/she can be admitted into the Dental Laboratory Technology Program.
- A counseling card from the Department of Counseling and Student Development. Meeting with a College counselor will provide the paperwork necessary to take the Accuplacer test.
- Proof of meeting the program’s entry-level competencies, which includes MATH 0300 Basic Mathematics, ENGL 0301 Basic English II, and READ 0303 College Reading Skills. This can be done by scoring appropriately on the Accuplacer test, taking and passing the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA), or taking and passing the courses.
Students accepted into the Dental Laboratory Technology Program will receive a letter of acceptance from the DLT program office by mail no later than August 5.
All dental laboratory technology students must submit a complete, updated immunization record. The immunizations required for entry into the Dental Laboratory Technology Program are: diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus (DPT, DTaP, DT); tetanus (TD); polio (IPV); tuberculin skin test (TBC or PPD); measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR); hepatitis B; and chicken pox (Varicella).
Related Degrees and Certificates:
Dental Laboratory Technology, Level I Certificate
Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 62)