Nursing Admissions Deadlines 2019-2020
- Advanced Placement (LPN to RN) – January 15, 2019
- Full-time Nursing (Fall 2019) – June 1, 2019
- Part-time Nursing (Spring 2020 )- August 15, 2019
Full-time and Part-time Nursing Admissions Requirements
The Full-time and Part-time Nursing program is a competitive point-based admissions program. Points are awarded for grades in coursework, degrees earned, and Kaplan Admission Test.
All students must complete a KCC General Application and have met all admissions requirements prior to applying to the Nursing program. Please review the above Nursing Admission Packet for more information on admissions requirements and earning points.
PANS and Kaplan Admission
Pre-Admission Nursing Session (PANS)
Individuals planning to apply to the Nursing program is REQUIRED to attend PANS. These session are intended to provide students with information about our Nursing program. Students will learn about the Admission process as well as important facts about the program and the profession. Students are encouraged to attend PANS early in their preparation.
For students applying to the Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Nursing program, Kaplan will be available beginning in Sept. For more information about the Kaplan and how to pre-register for the test, click here!
View the Kaplan Prep Guide to help you prepare for the test.
Advanced Placement (LPN to RN) Admissions Requirements
Fall 2019/Spring 2020 will be available beginning Aug. 1, 2018
Admissions to the Advanced Placement (LPN to RN) program is based upon students submission of a complete application. Applicants who have a complete packet and documentation of the above requirements will be admitted to the program by their date of application completion.
All students must complete a KCC General Application and have met all admissions requirements prior to applying to the Nursing program. Please review the above Advanced Placement (LPN to RN) Checklist for more information on admissions requirements.
LATEX Environment Statement
Due to the broad range of equipment, manikins, materials and supplies used in the College’s practice and simulation laboratories, and within a vast number of hospitals and other types of clinical facilities serving as sites for student clinical education, the certified nurse assistant (CENA), dental hygiene, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nursing, paramedic/EMS, physical therapist assistant (PTA), and radiography (RADI) programs are NOT latex free environments. Students with latex allergies considering any of these health programs should direct questions to their physician to ensure it is safe for them to participate prior to applying to the program.