Admissions

Admissions

The Omega Studios’ School of Applied Recording Arts and Sciences is open to all men and women who are proficient in the English language and have earned a high school diploma or GED. Additionally, all applicants will be required to take an entrance exam to insure that the applicant can read and comprehend at a minimum 12th grade level.

 

Personal Interview

Although enrollment can be accomplished by mail, we strongly recommend that you arrange for a tour of the facilities. Contact Omega for an appointment to tour the facility and to discuss your career objectives, or you can call the the Director of Admissions at 301-230-9100.

 

Enroll

You may enroll in the Omega Studios’ School in person, by mail or email. To enroll in person, contact the Director of Admissions at (301) 230-9100, or admissions@omegastudios.com to schedule an appointment. On the day of your appointment, you will receive a tour of the facilities, take an entrance exam and sign an enrollment agreement. A non-refundable $100 application fee and registration fees of $25 per program are due at this time, along with a $100 tuition deposit. You may pay your tuition in full if you wish. The Omega Studios’ School accepts all major credit cards, check, wire transfer or cash.

An online enrollment application can also be found here.  The admissions office will contact you to arrange for you to take the entrance exam and sign the enrollment agreement.

Whether you enroll, you must provide evidence of high school graduation, or successfully complete a standardized ability-to-benefit test. Evidence of high school graduation can be in the form of a high school diploma, GED, college degree, or official transcript. We cannot guarantee your place in the class until we have received your signed enrollment agreement and payment of the fees and tuition deposit. The balance of the tuition will be due on or before the first day of class, or the scheduled orientation day, either by payment in full or approved financial aid.

 

International Students

If you are an international student, contact the Director of Admissions, or complete the enrollment application online. We will send the appropriate paperwork for you to sign and return to us, along with your payment in full of all tuition and fees. Our admissions office can provide you with information for making payment by international wire transfer, and can make arrangements for you to take the entrance exam in your home country. Additionally, we can assist international applicants with I-20 student visa forms, assuming all proper immigration procedures have been followed. Students should contact the Director of Admissions for additional information.

 

Financial Aid

Students who desire Financial Aid should read more about our Financial Aid Program here:

If you feel that you qualify for advanced placement into an upper-level course within a program, or if you are unsure of your proficiency in English, the Director of Admissions can arrange for a personal interview with the Director of Education.

 

The following are links to the federal ‘Gainful Employment Disclosure’ templates. These disclosures reflect data for students enrolled 7/1/14 – 6/30/15. The information provided includes items such as program costs, program length, financing options for that program, completion, and placement rates.

Please note, if there were less than 10 graduates from a specific program within the surveyed time period, the school was not required to provide data.

For additional information about our Career Programs please visit:

Audio Engineering for Film and Television Program Disclosures (Day)

Audio Engineering for Film and Television Program Disclosures (Evening)

Audio Engineering for the Music Industry Program Disclosures (Day)

Audio Engineering for the Music Industry Program Disclosures (Evening)

The Comprehensive Recording Industry Program Disclosures (Day)

The Comprehensive Recording Industry Program Disclosures (Evening)

 

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