Richard Medical Academy encourages all qualified students to apply for admission. The qualified staff and faculty of RMA will do our best to ensure that all students are successful.

Admission Process

Step 1. Fill out an Application

Complete the application form and submit the admission requirements online. Applying early is to the student’s advantage in setting up interest free payment plans for those who cannot pay in full before the beginning of every quarter.

Follow the steps below to guide you through filling the RMA online application:

NOTE: By clicking the continue button, you will create your myCB account. You will access your account to manage your order and view your results. If you already have a myCB account, you will have the option to log in.

Step 2. Application Review

Your application will be reviewed promptly and a determination will be made as soon as possible. Please, contact RMA at (419) 534-2371 if you have not received a response from Admission Office within three (3) business days.

RMA admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin.

Admission Requirements for Practical Nursing (PN) Program

  • High School Transcript or G.E.D Transcript or Diploma or Equivalent
  • Proof of CNA/STNA Training
  • Proof of Identification of the following:- Social security Card and Driver’s License or Government Issued ID
  • A proof of general drug test (ten panel immunoassay)
  • Current Immunization Record and Titers: TB (Mantoux – two (2x) steps series or T-Spot or Chest X-Ray); MMR- two (2x) steps series ; Tetanus; Hep BV – three (3x) steps series ; Rubella and Varicella Titers.
  • Current Physical Examination
  • Active CPR and First Aid (must include: adult, child, and infant AED)
  • Successful completion of the HESI Entrance Exam.
  • Submit a completed Nursing Admission Application, including 2 reference forms.
  • Attend a nursing information interview session. 
  • Pass Background check (BCI & FBI). Prospective student should be aware that:  –
      • A felony conviction may affect ability to attain Licensure.
      • Criminal background checks, including fingerprints, are required for licensure and are required by many clinical sites providing clinical experiences. If any clinical site refuses to allow  a student participate in an onsite clinical experience due to a negative criminal background check, the student will receive a “U” in  Clinical and will be unable to complete the nursing program.
  • Mandatory Computer requirements:
      • It is mandatory that all nursing students have daily access to a laptop computer with wireless access to be used daily in the classroom. The minimum requirements are Windows XP or Higher.

Admission Requirements for Registered Nursing (RN) Program

  • Proof of licensure as a LPN in one of the 50 states in the US.
  • Official Practical Nurse Transcripts
  • Transcripts or Certificates of completion for prerequisite courses that must be less than seven (7) years include; College Math, English, Psychology, Sociology, and Microbiology or Proof of current enrollment in these courses prior to start of class.
  • Complete all prerequisites with a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.0
  • Proof of Identification of the following:- Social security Card and Driver’s License or Government Issued ID
  • A proof of general drug test (ten panel immunoassay)
  • Current Immunization Record and Titers: TB (Mantoux – two (2x) steps series  or T-Spot or Chest X-Ray); MMR- two (2x) steps series ; Tetanus; Hep BV – three (3x) steps series ; Rubella and Varicella Titers.
  • Current Physical Examination
  • Active CPR and First Aid (must include: adult, child, and infant AED)
  • Successful completion of the RMA Entrance Exam.
  • Submit a completed Nursing Admission Application, including three (3) reference forms.
  • Attend a nursing information interview session. 
  • Pass Background check (BCI & FBI). Prospective student should be aware that:  –
      • A felony conviction may affect ability to attain Licensure.
      • Criminal background checks, including fingerprints, are required for licensure and are required by many clinical sites providing clinical experiences. If any clinical site refuses to allow  a student participate in an onsite clinical experience due to a negative criminal background check, the student will receive a “U” in  Clinical and will be unable to complete the nursing program.
  • Mandatory Computer requirements:
      • It is mandatory that all nursing students have daily access to a laptop computer with wireless access to be used daily in the classroom. The minimum requirements are Windows XP or Higher.