Allied Health Programs Admissions
Admission to Health Related Career Programs
The Certificate in Practical Nursing (LPN), the Associate's of Applied Science in Nursing (ADN/RN), and the Radiologic Technology Programs are all Competitive Admission Programs. Competitive admission programs are highly selective. Admission decisions are based on meeting the listed requirements and other considerations. The preferred application DEADLINE for Practical Nursing, & Radiologic Technology Admissions is DECEMBER 1st. The preferred application DEADLINE for AAS: Nursing (ADN/RN) is MAY 1st. Applications will continue to be available, and may be submitted after December 1st, until the point that the program is filled and can no longer admit students. At such point, applicants will be offered an alternative academic program.
**Please click the links below for COVID-19 related changes to competitive admissions programs.**
More offers of admission are granted for the competitive programs than space available. Only those students who have submitted an enrollment confirmation prior to the class closing to further enrollment will be granted a seat. This will be done on a first-come, first serve basis. All other students will be offered a position on a Standbye queue (formerly referred to as: 'wait-list') and their program changed to AS Health Science or a similar open enrollment program.
In order to be admitted to the Practical Nursing, AAS Nursing (ADN/RN), or Radiologic Technology Program, a student must be in Good Academic Standing. A student may not register for these programs if they are on academic warning/probation/or suspension. In the event that a student is accepted into one of these programs and subsequently is no longer in Good Standing, the acceptance offer will be rescinded. All medical documentation and required certification must be on file in the at the College prior to the commencement of a semester. Failure to provide required information may lead to removal from the competitive allied health admissions program.