Medical Assisting Admission Information

Medical assistants play a key role in keeping hospitals, physicians offices, out-patient clinics, and other healthcare facilities running smoothly. Interested in filling this critical healthcare position? Here’s what you need to know to apply for a degree or certificate program in medical assisting.

Medical Assisting By the Numbers

68.63%
job placement rate for 2021 medical assisting graduates and 64.29% for 2020 graduates.
89.09%
program retention rate in 2021.
82%
pass rate for the medical assisting certification exam in 2021.

Getting Started

Embarking on your journey through the programs starts with just a few steps. After you’ve been admitted to San Jac, follow these steps to get started.
  1. Submit Immunization Docs

    In order to participate in coursework and clinical rotations, you’ll need to complete and submit paperwork documenting your vaccination against bacterial meningitis. Work with your doctor to get the right immunizations.

  2. Submit Transcripts

    If you’ve attended any other higher ed institutions, you’ll need to submit official transcripts for those, as well as your high school transcript. Explore each school’s website to learn how to order transcripts.

  3. Claim Your Student Account

    San Jac’s secure online system (SOS) is a vital resource to activate to access platforms used throughout your time at the College. Before jumping into classes, claim your account and log into My San Jac to get the lay of the land.

  4. Complete New Student Orientation

    New student orientation is offered online and in-person. To register, log into My San Jac, click on the “SOS Login” and sign up for a slot.

  5. Explore Financial Aid

    The last step? Finding financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, and federal funds. Use San Jac’s code (003609) to apply for FAFSA, or explore college-issued scholarships for additional aid.

About the Program

Our goal is to prepare medical assistants who are competent in knowledge, skills, and behaviors as they enter the profession. 
Medical Assisting Student

Accreditation

We’re proud to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).

To learn more about CAAHEP, head to their website or use this contact information:

9355 113th St. N., #7709
Seminole, FL 33775
Tel: 727-210-2350 / Fax:  727-210-2354

Medical Assisting Student

Certifications

Gain the skills and knowledge you need to complete key certifications.
After completing the medical assisting program, students will be prepared to sit for three career-boosting exams:
  • The Certified Medical Assistant certification exam
  • The Registered Medical Assistant exam
  • The National Certified Medical Assistant certification exam
Medical Assisting Important Documents

Important Documents

Additional resources for navigating the medical assisting program and admissions process.

Note: We have two enrollment periods (Summer and Fall). We will be accepting applications for Summer 2024 starting March 18, 2024. The enrollment period will close once we have received enough applications to fill the available slots. 

Have Questions?

Contact us for more details on applying to a degree or certificate program in medical assisting.
Chris Mendoza
Program Dir, Medical Assistant
Phone
(281) 459-5410
Emily Garcia
Sr Administrative Assistant
Phone
(281) 998-6150x7301