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Phlebotomy Ink Admissions Process


Admissions Requirements

To be eligible for admission to any of Phlebotomy Ink’s programs a prospective student must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age. If 17 years of age, requires a parental signature.

  • Be a current resident of Alabama. Government-issued identification or documentation supporting residency in Alabama is required.

  • Possess a High School Diploma or the equivalent.

  • Be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.

  • Meet the program physical requirements


Prior to starting any clinical externship (MA, NA, PCT, PbT), students must:

  • Successfully pass a background check

  • Successfully pass a drug test

  • Provide current up to date record of shots and vaccines, including TB test screen

  • Obtain a malpractice insurance policy through HSPO. Phlebotomy Ink will provide further information to students as they approach the externship portion of their program. 


Note: Students must notify the institution if they plan to relocate out of state. Phlebotomy Ink is only approved to operate in the state of Alabama. Relocating out of state may adversely impact a student’s ability to complete their program. Students must submit the Change of Address Form to the campus prior to relocation.

Important Registration Information

  • All prospective students can start the admissions process via the online Phlebotomy Ink portal. After creating a login, returning applicants may continue to update their application and upload documents via the "student login" link at the top of this page.

  • If you are having trouble with your online admissions process, contact our team for assistance.

  • Accepted applicants may enroll in a program up to the week before class begin between 9:00am-2:00pm at the location you will attend.

  • All students are required to attend a mandatory orientation Friday at 12:00pm CT prior to the start of their class schedule via Zoom (online video webinar).

  • PLEASE NOTE, all Phlebotomy Ink students are required to wear BLACK SCRUBS ONLY to all classes and clinicals.

  • WIOA (Alabama's Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act) is a program located at your nearest Career Center that will fund students for:​

    • Medical Assistant

    • Medical Administrative Assistant-Hybrid

    • Nursing Assistant

    • Patient Care Technician

    • Medical Billing and Coding-Hybrid

    • Electronic Health Record Specialist-Hybrid 

    • NOTE: You will have to meet WIOA requirements to be eligible for funding.

Student Payments Accepted Here

Phlebotomy Ink accepts online student payments via the payment form below.
For any questions, please contact our staff.


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Program Offerings

Introductory details on all our programs of study can be viewed on our Programs page. This will list information such as program title, length of study, and campus availability. Specific information about start dates, individual courses, and all student policies can be reviewed within our school catalog. Download and review our school catalog for more information via the link at the bottom of this website.

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