With a multitude hands-on experiences, Lake Land College Allied Health graduates are ahead of their peers when applying for jobs. Employers seek to hire Lake Land College Allied Health graduates because of their relevant industry skill set and hands-on training. This seamless transfer to the workforce contributes to the health and vibrancy of the local economy. In addition to being well prepared for the workforce, our graduates excel on national board exams with higher passing rates than the national average.
The admissions exam for all nursing students (practical and associate degree) has recently changed to the HESI Admission Assessment Exam. The test will focus on reading comprehension, vocabulary, and mathematics. For those who have taken the NLN Admissions Exam in the past, these scores will still be valid for 5 years from the test date. A study guide is available to assist in preparation for the exam: HESI Admission Assessment Exam Review, 3rd ed. (2012). ISBN: 978-4557-0333-3
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Lake Land College has a partnership with the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Nursing (SON) that enables students to rapidly achieve their baccalaureate degree from SIUE. Students must attend Lake Land College to complete an associate degree and the majority of the general education requirements. Once a student has successfully completed the ADN program at Lake Land and obtained licensure as a registered nurse, the student may progress through the remaining four RN to BS nursing courses through the SIUE’s online program. Click here for more information on the partnership and curriculum plan.
Allied Health Division Faculty