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Admissions Process for Nursing Applicants

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Advanced Placement in Nursing Program (APN) Application Process »



Nursing Application Deadlines



Associates Degree in Nursing and Certificate in Practical Nursing
Fall 2016 Start – Applications available NOW
Early Decision: December 11, 2015
Regular Decision: May 20, 2016

Advanced Placement in Nursing Program
Fall 2016 Start – Applications available NOW
Early Decision: December 11, 2015
Regular Decision: May 20, 2016



APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

TEAS V: PN (58.7%), ASN (68.7%), LPN2RN (EXEMPT)
Nursing Information Session: PN, ASN, LPN2RN
Work Validation (if applicable): PN, ASN, LPN2RN
General Biology with lab OR Anatomy & Physiology I with lab: ASN
Anatomy & Physiology I & II with labs: LPN2RN
Chemistry with lab: ASN, LPN2RN
College Algebra or higher: ASN, LPN2RN
English Composition I: ASN, LPN2RN
General Psychology: ASN, LPN2RN
Valid LPN License: LPN2RN
Official Practical Nursing School Transcript: LPN2RN

Admission into the program is highly competitive. Meeting minimum application requirements does not guarantee admission.

PROGRAM PERIODS
PN Program
Full time program begins in September of every year and runs for 10 months. Students must be available Monday-Friday from 7:00am-3:00pm.

Part time program also begins in September of every year. It runs for 2 years. Students must be available three afternoons/evenings per week between 3:00pm-11:00pm.

ASN Program
Fall start program begins in September of every year and runs for 2 years. Students must be available Monday-Friday from 7:00am-3:00pm.

Spring start program begins in January of every year and runs for 2.5 years. Students must available three afternoons/evenings per week between 3:00pm-10:00pm.

LPN2RN Program
Fall start program begins in September of every year and runs for 10 months. Students must be available Monday-Friday from 7:00am-3:00pm.

Spring start program begins in January of every year and runs for 1 year. Students must available three afternoons/evenings per week between 3:00pm-10:00pm.



NURSING ADMISSIONS EXAM (TEAS V)
• Register for and schedule an exam date at atitesting.com.
• Exam fee ($86) is required at time of registration
• Scores are valid for two calendar years
• You may take the exam up to 3 times per academic year (Sept – Aug)
• You must wait a minimum of 30 days and must retake the entire exam
• To prepare for the exam, you can refer to the Study Manual in the Quincy College library, or purchase it from atitesting.com.

NURSING INFORMATION SESSION
• Attendance is required at one Nursing Information Session prior to submitting an application to any of our Nursing programs. Applications are not considered complete and will not be processed without this requirement.
• Information sessions will be offered at various times throughout both the fall and spring semesters. Session dates will be posted on the website, in the Admissions Office, and on the Plymouth campus.

LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCE COURSES
• Students are encouraged, but not required to complete the Liberal Arts & Science courses prior to entering the PN program. All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

• College Level Math, MAT103 or higher
• Growth and Development, PSY216
• General Psychology, PSY101
• Nutrition with lab (within the last 5 years), BIO 106/BIO 116
• Microbiology with lab* (within the last 5 years), BIO151/152
• Anatomy & Physiology I and II with labs** BIO131/141 and BIO132/142
(must complete both courses) (within the last 5 years)

*Prerequisite for Microbiology with lab is General Biology I with lab
** Prerequisite for Anatomy & Physiology I with lab is General Biology I with lab
Footnotes
*Prerequisite for Intro to Chemistry with lab is MAT097 Beginning Algebra; Prerequisite for General Chemistry I with lab is MAT103 College Algebra
**Any of the following courses will satisfy the History/Government core requirement: US History I, US History II, American Government, State & Local Government, Western Civilization I or Western Civilization II



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