Vocational Nursing Program Application Status
The application period for Spring 2022 is closed. A review of the applications takes about 4 weeks. Applicants will be notified of their application status through ACC email. Letters are distributed late September or early October. We accept 49 students every Fall and Spring semester.
For additional information, please contact Hailey Fattig Health Sciences Assistant, at [email protected] or (512) 223-5746.
The application period for Fall 2023 is currently open and will close on January 10, 2023. A review of the applications takes about 4 weeks. Applicants will be notified of their application status through ACC email. Letters are distributed late April or early May. We accept 20 students every other Fall semester for the Evening/Weekend cohort.
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Vocational Nursing Updates
TEAS Testing Requirements for Health Sciences Applicants
A TEAS Exam score is required to apply to the following programs: Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiology, and Vocational Nursing.
If you are not applying to one of the programs above, then you are not required to take the TEAS Exam at this time. Please refer to the Application Process page for your program to see all application requirements.Read more
Online Application Submission Process
Due to public safety concerns, applications will not be accepted in person until further notice. Effective immediately, applicants for all Health Sciences programs except Associate Degree Nursing, Mobility Nursing, and RN-to-BSN should follow these instructions when submitting their application and supporting documents:Read more
ACC approves new Vocational Nursing degree
Austin Community College (ACC) approved a new degree in Vocational Nursing to prepare students for entry-level positions in vocational nursing. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is structured to provide a flexible, affordable pathway for students who complete a Level II Vocational Nursing Certificate to continue on their path and earn an associate degree. Read more at the ACC Newsrooom.Read more