All _______ of the prerequisite courses must be complete to submit an application during one of our application periods.
Non-nursing courses (co-requisites) within the nursing degree plan must be taken prior to admission to the Mobility Track nursing program.
A prospective student who is currently licensed or board certified in a designated health profession would apply for which track in the Associate Degree Nursing Program at ACC?
ALL biology courses within the nursing degree plan must have been completed within 5 years of submitting an application to the ADN Mobility program.
Students who have previously applied to the ADN Mobility Program are required to reapply prior to each application deadline in order to stay in the applicant pool.
Students can apply to the program while taking prerequisite courses as long as the HESI test has been completed.
The microbiology requirement can be met by successfully completing
The best place to access the most current information about the Associate Degree Nursing Program is at the following website:
Nursing applicants must ALWAYS keep demographic information current with the nursing program by submitting changes in writing.
The ADN Mobility program is fully accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and
The minimum acceptable GPA for the eight prerequisites for admission to the ADN Mobility Program is at least
When evaluating the success of a nursing program, it is important to consider:
Mobility classes are only available at which of the following locations?
The Biology Department at ACC requires that any student wanting to register for BIOL 2401: Anatomy & Physiology I and BIOL 2402: Anatomy & Physiology II take and pass the required assessment test in order to receive a petition to register.
The Mobility Track nursing program is considered to be a one year program; but will actually take longer to complete because of the prerequisites.
GPA = 60% of the ranking score
TEAS = 40% of the ranking score
A sample ranking worksheet can be found here.