The School’s application criteria are developed and designed for a student who is capable of successfully completing and benefiting from the program. All decisions are based on fair, effective, and consistent criteria to enable the School to make an informed judgment as to an applicant’s ability to achieve the program’s objectives. To be eligible for the program, all applicants must:
To submit an application and/or be accepted into the Comprehensive Career Boat Building program, the School does not require (or expect) the applicant to have previous woodworking or boat building skills, power or hand tool skills, experience, or knowledge.
Applicants can apply to the School year-round and are encouraged to submit their application for acceptance as soon as possible, along with their supporting documentation, as there are limited class spaces available for each enrollment session.
All questions related to the program’s requirements, processes, and procedures, the nature of training and education provided, and the program’s responsibilities and demands, can be directed to the Admissions Advisor at: 906-398-2088 or www.glbbs2019.wpengine.com/admissions. Via US Mail:
Great Lakes Boat Building School
Attn: Admissions Advisor
485 S Meridian
Cedarville, MI 49719
A prospective student is notified in writing of their status once their application has been processed by the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee may consist of instructor’s, the Registrar, Director of Education, past and present Board members, and is chaired by the Executive Director of Operations.
A prospective student’s status changes from “prospective student” to “applicant” once an application has been submitted to the School for consideration. The prospective student has met the application criteria when the following criteria have been completed:
Admissions Advisor Interview
Military applicants who intend to use VA Education Benefits must provide:
International applicants must provide proof of:
An applicant’s status changes from applicant to admitted once accepted by the Admissions Committee. Upon acceptance, the Admissions Advisor will send the admitted applicant:
Given the limited number of students enrolled for each module, failure to return the enrollment agreement in a timely manner, may jeopardize the admitted applicant’s request and/or preferred date of enrollment in the program.