Applicants who are seeking readmission into the nursing program should adhere to the following application deadlines:
Recommendation for readmission to the nursing program is the responsibility of the Nursing Admissions Committee and is dependent upon available resources.
In order to be considered for readmission by the Nursing Admissions Committee, the applicant must:
A student MAY BE readmitted to the Nursing program one time. The Nursing Admissions Committee may recommend readmission a second time, if a student meets current readmission guidelines and furnishes sufficient evidence of remedial study, additional preparation, or resolution of factors contributing to unsuccessful course completion. There is no provision for a third readmission.
If more than three years have elapsed since initial enrollment in the first nursing course of any registered nursing program, an applicant must repeat all nursing courses.
All students, regardless of length of time out of the program, must demonstrate continued competency to be readmitted. Program faculty and the Nursing Coordinator will determine the competency requirements which will include both written exams and clinical/lab performance skills. Competency requirements include any content covered in previous nursing courses, and nursing assistant, which the student has successfully completed. Demonstrated competency includes: