2015 SUMMER OFFICE HOURS for the Nursing/Allied Health Office for the month of June & July will be Monday through Thursday, 7am - 6pm and CLOSED on Fridays.
Additional Closure: July 14th - the office will be closed all day. Please plan accordingly.
Students must complete prerequisites before being accepted into the Registered Nursing Program. Please see degree requirements for more information.
June 1-July 15 and December 1-January 15
Students will be admitted to the program based on their scholastic eligibility and placement on a nursing assessment test as per SB 1309.
If the program is receiving Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funding, in accordance with the Jobs for Veterans Act (JVA), priority will be given to applicants with proof of military, naval, or air service and discharge under conditions other than dishonorable; students must work with Admissions and Records to determine elgibility. An eligible spouse or widow(er) will also be extended this priority status.
All qualified applicants will be placed in a random selection which result in the conditional filling of the program enrollment seats plus selection of 20 alternates.
All conditionally enrolled students and alternates will be required to take a state approved nursing assessment test. Students must rank at or above the average composite percentage (62%) on your first attempt to be eligible for admission into the program. Students who do not meet this criteria will be offered a remediation program.
Students who do not meet the eligibility requirements (Pre-requisite Validation Cut-Score of 75% and/or Composite Score of 62% on the Assessment Test) may successfully complete all of the following remediation requirements to be considered eligible for enrollment into the ADN Program*:
* Successful completion of the Remediation Program must be completed within 12-months of initial application to the ADN Program to be considered eligible. Students wishing to be re-considered must provide proof of successful completion of all remediation steps.
After successful completion of the Remediation Program, students must repeat the assessment testing and pass with a score of 62% or higher.