The School of Health Sciences offers a phlebotomy course which has a mandatory clinical component. The student must be able to provide the instructor proof of meeting the clinical requirements within the first few weeks of class  See Course Catalog for course description. 

Satisfactory completion of the course entitles the student to sit for a competency examination to become nationally certified.

This course is eligible for Wyoming Works.  See financial aid.

Students must meet the following clinical requirements to enroll in course.

  • Clinical attendance is mandatory to pass the course. 
  • Students must provide official documentation of the following is required to attend clinical: (1) MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis B, Tuberculosis (TB) skin test, Tdap, Influenza, and COVID-19 immunizations; (2) Tuberculosis (TB) skin test; and (3) Criminal background and drug screen. Detailed information is provided upon enrollment. 
    • Please note as of August 2023, COVID-19 vaccination is recommended, not required.
    • The criminal background and drug screen are included in course fees. 
  • Western follows the requirements established by our clinical partners, as well as Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and recommendations for immunizations for healthcare providers.