School of Health Professions -- Nursing
 
 
 

Admissions

NOTE: Applicants who are accepting a seat into the Practical or Registered Nursing programs are required to pay a non-refundable $200 seat fee in order to accept their offer of admission and reserve their space in the program. The fee will be applied to the student account after the first several weeks of class. Students who accept the seat and then do not attend the program will not be eligible for a refund of the fee.

  • Admissions Process
  • Deadlines
  • TEAS
  • Application
  • Admissions Packet
    • LPN to RN
    • Paramedic to RN - The Paramedic to RN program is temporarily unavailable due to a curriculum revision. This program is not accepting students for 2015 admission, but will be accepting students for 2016 admission. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check back for further updates.
    • RN Online Hybrid - The Online Hybrid Nursing program is temporarily unavailable due to a curriculum revision. This program is not accepting students for 2014 admission, but will be accepting students for 2015 admission. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check back for further updates.
    • RN Days or Evening/Weekend

You may only apply to one Nursing program campus per start/semester. We will only process one Nursing application. The application fee is not refundable. You may not apply to both the Essex and Catonsville RN programs for the same semester.

The Admission Process

  1. Apply for admission to CCBC.
  2. Participate in assessment testing, if necessary.
  3. See an advisor to plan a course of study to prepare for admission.
  4. Complete any developmental courses as required by assessment testing results.
  5. Enroll in prerequisite and general education courses.
  6. Complete all prerequisites and as many general education and program requirements as possible. The minimum acceptable overall CCBC GPA is 2.00. The minimum acceptable GPA on the prerequisites, general education courses, and program requirements is 2.50.
  7. Participate in pre-admission testing, the Test of Essential Academic Skills. Applicants must complete the TEAS prior to their application deadline. Be sure to report your scores to "CCBC-TEAS".
  8. Apply for admission to the nursing program of choice. Log into your SIMON account. Select the student services tab and then admissions. You may apply to the SHP nursing program of your choice. The $50 application fee is due at time of submission.
  9. Submit all other paperwork, including AP scores, CLEP scores, external transcripts, patient contact documentation forms, and copies of licenses and certificates, to the School of Health Professions Admissions Office, by the application deadline.
    • Admissions decisions are generally made 6 - 8 weeks after the application deadline. Status letters will be mailed to all applicants at that time.
    • All nursing program acceptances are provisional, contingent upon successful completion of a CPR certification at the healthcare provider level, submission of proof of current health insurance, and completion of a physical examination form that includes serum titers or vaccinations for communicable diseases.
    • If the applicant is not accepted, he or she may submit a new application for the next application cycle. Applications are not automatically rolled over to the next semester. However, retaking the TEAS is not required; this is left to the discretion of the applicant. Bear in mind that the TEAS test are only good for two years after the testing date. Application folders are retained for one year and any paperwork in the applicant folder will not have to be resubmitted during that time frame.



Application Deadlines:

Program Application

Deadline

Program Start Date

RN – Days March 15 Fall Semester
RN – Days September 15 Spring Semester
RN – Evening March 15 Fall Semester
RN – Online Hybrid March 15 Fall Semester
LPN to RN Bridge May 31 Fall Semester
Paramedic to RN Bridge March 1 Summer Semester
Practical Nursing (LPN) April 15 Fall Semester

 
 
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