This is a full time, 4 semester (summers not included) program which meets during the day. Days and times vary per semester.
Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Licensing Exam for licensure as a registered nurse. Graduates may also transfer their units to any 4-year college or university if a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing (BSN) is desired.
Our graduates have a 100% pass rate on the National Exam!
Admission to the Fall 2014 ADN class will be selected by the newly revised point system:
The Nursing Program has implemented a new Admissions Policy. Commencing with the Spring 2012 semester, all students will be selected using the new multi-criteria point system.
This change in the admissions policy was done under the guidance and recommendations from the California Community College Chancellor's Office - Nursing Advisory Committee. You may choose to submit your application with only the five pre-requisites completed, however, completion of ALL the coursework listed in the application will provide you with more points and a better ranking.
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
The following due dates apply:
|Application Deadline||Enrollment||Notifications sent by|
|February 28th||Fall Semester||End of April|
|August 31st||Spring Semester||End of October|
Once the five (5) pre-requisites are completed, you may submit your application with the required documentation to the Nursing Administration Bldg T420.
Notes: Starting fall 2012, NURS151 is no longer accepted as the prerequisite for BIO210 and/or BIO220. Physiology and Microbiology must be completed within 7 years and Anatomy within 10 years preceding the qualifying date of eligibility.
Those students holding a bachelor's degree in another discipline from a U.S. nationally accredited institution may not be required to take any other general education requirements for the A.S. Registered Nursing degree.
Note: Students who do not meet the G.P.A. or course repetition requirement should check with the Nursing Department for other options.
*Note: If you have any convictions on your background check in the last 5 years, you will not be eligible to start the program.Board of Registered Nursing