Nursing Program Admission
Admission to Program
- Be graduated from a state-approved associate degree or diploma nursing program.
- Official transcripts from each school attended and have an overall GPA of 2.0 with no grade below a "C" in nursing support (upper and lower-division) and lower-division nursing courses.
- Be currently licensed as an R.N. (Graduate nurses may be admitted on the condition that they must achieve R.N. status by the end of their first semester).
- Documentation of immunizations including MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis B, TB, TDaP, and Influenza.
- Documentation of current signed American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR card or eCard.
- Documentation of current professional liability insurance policy face sheet reflecting minimum coverage of $1,000,000/incident and $3,000,000 aggregate; the nursing program must be listed as a certificate holder.
- Complete a national background check and drug test.
Diploma graduates and those from non-HLC accredited nursing programs must successfully complete nursing proficiency tests. Credit for lower-division nursing content will be awarded to those who successfully complete the tests and the first semester of the nursing program.