Altura College | How To Apply
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How To Apply

We are not currently taking applications. (3.8.2021)


Start The Application Process Today!

We are happy that you are interested in applying to Altura College. Below are many helpful links to help you get started. You can follow the links to learn more about important information connected to the application process. We encourage you to start now and contact our Administrative Team with any questions you may encounter. Don’t forget, the sooner you apply and are enrolled the more credit towards your tuition with our Early Bird Tuition Credit Program!

How To Apply

All prospective students are required to complete and submit a formal written application.

Download the application now!

2020-2021 altura admissions application


Once completed, please return application to Altura College by mail  or submitting in person at the address below. After we receive your application, we will call you to set up a time for an interview.

Altura College

Attn: Office of Admissions
1256 SE Bishop Blvd.,  Ste. L
Pullman, WA 99163

Admission Requirements

Our Review Process

Dates & Deadlines

Reasonable Accommodations

Altura College is equipped to meet the needs of handicapped students. Our building is very easily accessible from the designated parking spaces
directly in front of the main entrance. Restrooms are fitted with handicapped equipment. Altura College is committed to ensuring equal educational opportunities to students with disabilities by upholding Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The College will make its program available to all interested students within the limits of practicality and resources.

Students with learning, physical, and/or psychological disabilities that are seeking accommodations must disclose the disability in the original application questionnaire. If the disability is diagnosed after the student has begun the program and the student would like accommodations, the student must contact and provide appropriate documentation to the program Director or Director of Education. Appropriate documentation includes an evaluation and report by the appropriate licensed professional which:
• Is no more than 3 years old
• Lists medical diagnosis
• Lists specific recommendations for accommodations appropriate for those in a professional certification program
• Explains why each accommodation is being recommended