Universal Training Institute complies with applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its premises on the second floor are wheelchair accessible by elevator. It is, however, UTI’s responsibility to determine, to the extent possible, that every admitted student has the ability to benefit from the training he or she will receive in the Practical Nurse Program.


Any potential applicant who has a physical disability or learning disability will be considered for admission provided that UTI is reasonably able to provide accommodations the applicant would require. In the case of a physical disability that, in the determination of UTI, might impact the applicant’s ability to successfully complete the Practical Nurse Program, the potential applicant must provide a certification from a licensed physician that the applicant is physically capable of pursuing the program of study and the physical rigors it requires to be admitted into the program.