School of health and Public services
Nursing - Associate Degree
Associate Degree Nursing – 2016 Day Program
(Admission criteria are subject to change.)
Important information about Nursing Success Seminars:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the April 23 and May 5 Nursing Success Seminars did not occur. The next available Nursing Success Seminars will occur May 7, 2015 1 PM in CAD 582, May 13, 2015 at 5:30 PM and June 8, 2015 at 2 PM in CAD 582. Please view the updated Nursing
Success Seminar Schedule (PDF) and
contact Brenda Stepp (828-327-7000 ext. 4344 or email@example.com) if you have any questions.
Applications are currently being
accepted for the 2016 Associate Degree in Nursing
(ADN Day) option program.
To apply for Nursing, be sure to fill out an application to the College, have all transcripts sent to CVCC (both High School and College) AND meet with an Admissions Staff member (have a photo ID with you) in Student Services (building #13 on Campus Maps) to activate the application.
Admissions questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please carefully review all information which has been provided. Upon graduation from the program, the student receives the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.Sc.) Degree. The associate degree program is fully approved by the North Carolina State Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). If you have questions regarding this information, contact the CVCC Department of Nursing at (828) 327-7000.
For general information related to the profession of nursing, refer to the Bureau of Labor Statistics provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Registered-nurses.htm.
What is the class schedule/length for the ADN program? CVCC currently offers an Associate Degree in Nursing program. Students participate in classroom, laboratory, and clinical experience typically Monday through Friday. The ADN program consists of five semesters. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the national licensure exam (NCLEX) for RNs. (The NC Board of Nursing will review the criminal background checks of each person applying for licensure. Applicants can be denied licensure based on this review.) Applicants may take the general education/related coursework for the ADN program prior to acceptance. Please note that taking these courses does not shorten the program length, but it does lighten one’s course load each semester after acceptance into the program.
Costs: College tuition is set by the North Carolina State Legislature and is subject to change. ADN students are required to purchase a variety of books, class uniforms, malpractice insurance, accident insurance, and other fees as set by the College. The approximate cost for the program is $6,500.00. (This figure is based upon current in-state tuition rates and reflects an approximate cost only.)
Financial Aid: All applicants are encouraged to apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For information about financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Office.
Computer Access: Coursework requires that a student have a reliable computer with Word, PowerPoint, and Excel with internet access. Upon application to CVCC, students are assigned a CVCC email address. It is the responsibility of the student to open this email account and read it frequently as the College provides crucial program information through this email account.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING CVCC EMAIL: Your CVCC email account is the primary method of communication between the College and you. Please check your CVCC email regularly. You will be notified of your accepted or non-accepted status via CVCC email.
Criminal Background Check: Carefully read the information below regarding background checks, drug testing, and the result of a negative background check.
- Some clinical facilities will require students to undergo criminal background checks and/or drug testing.
- The student may be required to pay fees associated with these screenings.
- Clinical facilities may refuse access to clinical experiences based on the criminal background checks and/or drug testing.
- If a clinical facility refuses to allow a student access to a clinical experience, the student will be unable to continue in the program.
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