Applicants must submit copies of official transcripts from all prior learning institutions (High school and College) along with this application by February 1.
The following criteria must be met prior to submission of this application:
All applicants (first time, readmit, transfer and continuing students) must meet the NCCC admission application requirements and the following Nursing admission requirements. Applications must be submitted between September 1 and February 1 for the next September class:
High school diploma or equivalency diploma.
A minimum overall high school average of 80 percent or cross-cumulative college GPA minimum of 2.75.
Successful completion (minimum 80 percent or B) of:
a high school-level biology or chemistry course OR minimum C or better college-level biology (BIO 109/109L or BIO 117/117L or BIO 213/213L) or chemistry course (CHE 120/CHE 111);
The most recent BIO or CHE grade is the grade that will be considered and each BIO or CHE course may be repeated only once, regardless of institution; For students who took BIO 213, BIO 214, BIO 221 five or more years ago the course must be repeated.
Satisfactory completion of all academic foundation requirements. To be accepted into the program applicants must earn the minimum required score on placement assessments or pass the academic foundations course listed below at this or another institution:
Note: These academic foundations courses do not count toward the degree.
Current high school students with 12-college credits or less will have their overall high school GPA used for ranking. Those applicants who have more than 12-college credits (including courses in progress) will have the overall college GPA used for ranking.
Students who have had a grade of less than passing in two nursing courses at NCCC or other nursing programs are not eligible.