Apply to the Nursing Program
In addition to meeting general requirements for admission to the college, nursing students must also meet several requirements for admission to the nursing program.
NURSING PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
In addition to meeting general admission requirements and completing a general application for admission, interested nursing students must also complete and submit the Nursing Program Application for Admission. This application requires two handwritten references, which should be mailed to:
302 Bibb Street
Marion, AL 36756
Other Requirements for admission to the ADN Program:
- Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) – Applicants are required to take the TEAS, unless they have scored an 18 or above on the ACT.
- Background Screen Checks – In order to participate in required courses that have a clinical component, each nursing student is required to have a background check at her own expense. The college may randomly require background screenings throughout the length of your involvement in the program.
- Pre-Clinical Drug Screen – In order to participate in courses that have a clinical component, each nursing students is required to have an initial pre-clinical drug screening, which is conducted at the student’s own expense, prior to her entering the nursing program. The college may require random drug screenings throughout the length of your involvement in the program.
It is also important to understand that, ADN students should expect some evening (nontraditional work hours) and weekend assignments.