Health Science

Planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development.

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Frequently asked questions:

What do I wear on the first day of class? You are not required to wear a uniform on the first day/night of class. Business casual is acceptable dress until uniform is required.  This means no jeans, or flip-flops, or t-shirts.

What supplies will I need to bring? For the first day of class you are advised to bring a folder, for paperwork you may be given, as well as a notebook and pen to take notes.  If you have purchased your textbook, bring it as well.

Will I need to get immunizations before the first day of class? Information about specific immunizations will be shared on the first day/night of class.

Do I need to get fingerprints before the first day of class? Information about fingerprints will be shared on the first day/night of class.

Where do I purchase uniforms? In you are in the CNA, Home Health, or Patient Care Technician class, you can purchase your uniforms at any uniform shop.  Specific information about the uniform required for your program will be given to you on the first day/night of class.

Are lunch items available? If you attend classes Monday through Friday during day time hours (8 AM – 2:45 PM) the cafeteria serves breakfast and lunch at very reasonable prices.  There are only snack machines available for evening and weekend programs.  Students attending evening or weekend classes are advised to pack a lunch, as the 30 minutes given as a lunch break does not provide the students with enough time to leave campus to purchase lunch.

Where do I go for my class? On the first day/night of class, there will be plenty of Lake Technical College staff available to assist you in finding your classroom.  Please make sure you arrive early to give yourself enough time to get to your classroom.