Phlebotomy Hybrid Course Application - Spring 2023

This class begins Thursday, January 12, 2023

The Phlebotomy Hybrid course will run from 1/12/2023 to 3/31/2023 for online lecture and assignments with a weekly on-campus lab. Clinical will be daytime hours March 13th - March 31st at various locations throughout the community.

The registration period has closed for this event.



Applications open through 1/5/2023 4:59 PM Central Time (US & Canada).


Students will be notified of acceptance after the application, written statement, and transcript(s) have been received and reviewed. We utilize a rolling admission system to accept students. Please read all the information below before applying. Upon acceptance the $250.00 deposit is due within five business days. The remaining balance is due 14 days prior to 1/12/2023.

Course Details

This course is a hybrid course consisting of online lectures and assignments as well as on-campus labs and clinical experiences in the community. Students will come to campus Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 8:00pm to complete hands-on skills and participate in class activities and discussions. Students need to be prepared to spend approximately 6-8 hours online each week plus 3 hours in lab.


Course Schedule
Thursday, Jan 12th ONLINE Online Orientation
Thursday, Jan. 19th NO LAB Online work only
Thursday, Jan. 26th 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 2 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Feb. 2nd 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 3 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Feb. 9th 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 4 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Feb. 16th 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 5 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Feb. 23rd 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 6 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Mar. 2nd 5:30 - 8:30pm Module 7 Lab at NMC
Thursday, Mar. 9th 5:30 - 8:30pm Written Exam and Lab Practical at NMC
March 13 - March 31 Times TBD Clinical Experience, Location TBD


Please note: Your clinical rotation will start on Monday, March 13th and will end on March 31st. Eight-hour clinical days are required Monday through Friday for a total of 40 hours a week during the 3 weeks of clinical. Specific clinical locations and shift start times will be discussed and assigned during the first week of class. All clinical sites require daytime availability, there are no options for night or weekend clinical shifts at this time. It is your responsibility to have your schedule outside of this class/clinical arranged so you are able to meet these requirements. Attendance is mandatory for both lab and clinical.

Application Components

To be considered for the Phlebotomy program you must complete the online application including a written personal statement (see below), and upload or request your official high school transcript or official transcripts for any colleges attended, if applicable. You can upload these documents to the application or send the items separately.


Official transcripts can be emailed to or mailed to:


Nebraska Methodist College

ATTN:Professional Development

720 N 87th St

Omaha, NE 68114


Written Statement Questions: Write one to two paragraphs to answer each question.

  1. Describe a problem that you have solved, or a problem that you would like to solve. Explain how you came to a solution, or would come to a solution
  2. What strengths do you have that would make you a good match for the phlebotomy program at Nebraska Methodist college?
  3. What are your future career goals?

Refund Policy

A deposit of $250 is due within five days of acceptance. Failure to pay the deposit will result in immediate forfeiture of your place. $150 of this deposit is a non-refundable registration fee.


Withdrawal Policy

Students may receive a 50% tuition refund 4-14 days prior to the first class/orientation, either online or in person. No refunds will be given three days (or less) prior to the first class, online or in-person.


Nebraska Methodist College, 501 Building, Basement Science Lab Rm 113
501 N 87th Street
Omaha, NE 68114

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