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Nursing Department

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Program Director:

Susan Peterson, MSN, RN (Interim)

Dept. Chair:

Lisa Parrinella, Ed.D, RN

Admin. Assistant:

Cheryl Watt

Email:

wattc@arc.losrios.edu

Area:

Health & Education

Dean:

Jan Delapp, MA

Nursing Program Announcements & Updates

(All documents are in PDF format [Adobe Acrobat]. If you cannot read these documents, you may download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking here).


The Spring 2018 application will be available September 1 - 29, 2017. Students will access the application through eServices.

Questions about the nursing program that cannot be found online can be emailed to ARCNursingApplication@losrios.edu

APPLICATION CHANGE - Effective Spring 2018

Each incoming class will be randomly selected from candidates who have 70 points or more. Students with less than 70 points are not eligible to apply.

IMPORTANT TEAS CHANGE!

A new version of the "Test of Essential Academic Skills (ATI TEAS)" commenced September 1, 2016. Students who completed the previous version (TEAS V) may submit those test scores until the application period for the fall 2018 nursing class. A minimum passing composite score of 62% is required for entry into the ARC Nursing program. Beginning with the spring 2017 application, if a student has multiple test scores within one year, only the first/earliest score will be accepted unless evidence of remediation is provided. For more information, please see the TEAS Guidelines form on the TEAS tab to the left.

 

General Information Sheet  - Revised 6/17

Frequently Asked Questions - Revised 7/2017

Information Sessions - Click here for dates! - What does it mean to be a Nurse? What can you do to prepare for Nursing school? Learn more about the multi-criteria selection process and how to maximize your points. Students do not need to register, just show up.

Information Session Powerpoint - Can't make it to an information session? Review the presentation here!

Articulation Grid 2010 Edition

Articulation Grid 2017 Edition (Current)

Student Handbook  - Fall 2016 & Previous

Student Handbook - Spring 2017 to Present

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