Selective admission procedures will be followed in programs of
study which require additional standards to the “open door” philosophy.
The selective admission procedure may be the result of regulatory
agencies, space equipment requirements, or academic skills levels. When
selective admission procedures are utilized, clearly defined guidelines
will be formulated by the Dean of Curriculum Programs and approved
by the President. The administration of the selective administrative rules
and regulations adopted by the College becomes the responsibility of
the Dean of Student Services. Selective admission programs include
Associate Degree Nursing (integrated), Practical Nursing Education,
Phlebotomy, Dental Hygiene, BLET and Medical Laboratory Technology.
After all admission requirements have been met by the applicant, official
admission is contingent upon selection and satisfactory physical and
emotional health as required by regulatory agencies.
Attendance at one session is required by all
applicants. The room is located in room B208 of the Allied
Health Sciences Building.
All sessions will last approximately 1 ˝ to 2
All sessions will begin on time. Please do
not arrive late.
Adult (only) family members are welcome,
please do not bring children.
No appointment is necessary.
Apply to program at Information Session
|Monday, September 12, 2016||5:00 pm||B-126|
|Tuesday, October 11, 2016|| 5:00 pm||B-126|
|Wednesday, November 16, 2016|| 5:00 pm||B-126|
|Thursday, January 12, 2017 ||5:00 pm||B-126|
|Thursday, February 3, 2017||5:00 pm||B-126|
|Wednesday, September 14, 2016||5:00 pm||B-208|
|Thursday, October 20, 2016|| 5:00 pm||B-208|
|Thursday, November 17, 2016|| 5:00 pm||B-208|
|Thursday, December 8, 2016||5:00 pm||B-208|
|Thursday, January 12, 2017||5:00 pm||B-208|
There will be NO makeup Information
- Students who fail to attend
an information session will not be eligible for admission to the
- There will be no make-up information sessions. Students who fail to attend an
information session will not be eligible for admission to the nursing program for
Policy is subject to
change throughout the year.
Prospective students for
the Allied Health Programs should contact Antonio Squire at
252-536-7225 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org or Toinette Whitaker
email@example.com, for information about the Associate Degree
Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse, Dental Hygiene, Medical
Laboratory Technology and Phlebotomy programs. Mr. Squire's
office is located in Room 312 in the 300 Building.