Associate Degree in Nursing (AAS.ADN)
Applicants seeking admission into the ADN program must have a completed application file in the nursing department by February 1st, or the preceding business day if February 1st falls on a weekend.
A completed nursing file include:
Download the ADN Checklist—PCCS if you are an high school student in Health Occupations class or plan to pursue this class
Download the LPN-RN Checklist if you are currently an LPN
The following admission criteria and procedures are in accordance with Illinois law: If there are more qualified applicants than spaces available in the program, admission is competitive and selective using an objective formula developed by the nursing department. Selection criteria includes: date on intent form, grades on pre-requisite and co-requisite courses, and Pre-RN test score. Details of admission selection process are available from the nursing director.
Essential Qualifications/Functional Abilities: Students applying to Lake Land College Nursing programs must be able to meet the technical requirements of the program and not pose a risk to the well-being of patients, other students, staff or themselves. Students applying to the program will need, at a minimum, to be capable of performing all Functional Abilities required of the nurse. The student will need to maintain and demonstrate these abilities through the duration of the program. A list of these abilities are available in the nursing department.
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