Fall: Jan. 15 - March 15
Spring: July 15 - September 15
Attend Mandatory Applicant Sessions
- For students who have COMPLETED ALL prerequisites and are ready to apply to the program.
- Students who are RE-APPLYING and are ELIGIBLE please call (323)241-5461. You must attend a mandatory re-apply session on a date TBA.
WHAT (to bring):
Application (Part 1)
Part 1: Fill out the CURRENT application TYPE and bring with you along with necessary documents (no one will be allowed in without the completed application - No Exceptions). Part 2 of the application will be discussed at the session.
PLEASE TYPE AND PRINT PART 1 OF APPLICATION, CLICK HERE FOR DOCUMENT
Part 2: You may submit Part 2 to the office (AV 104) only between September 1 to September 15 by 4PM. You may not submit Part 2 without first submitting Part 1 during a mandatory application session. Please check the LASC Nursing webpage periodically for dates/times.
PLEASE TYPE AND PRINT PART 2 OF APPLICATION, CLICK HERE FOR DOCUMENT
|Monday, July 18 @ 3pm SASE Mailed
|Wednesday, July 27 @ 3pm SASE Mailed
Monday, August 1 @ 3pm SASE Mailed
|Thursday, August 11 @ 10am SASE mailed
|Thursday, August 25 @ 2pm SASE mailed
|Tuesday, September 6 @ 11am SASE mailed
|Thursday, September 15 @ 2pm SASE mailed
RE-APPLIES SEE ABOVE
PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY
Dates/times are subject to change without notice.
Check website for updates.
Academic Village Rm. TBD
sign will be posted outside of AV 104
*Seating is limited; please arrive 30 minutes early as the session is first come first serve. If you are late please come to the next session.*
GUESTS AND CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED DURING THE SESSIONS.
Applicant Information Session is mandatory in order to submit Part 1 of the application.
Make sure you have a current application on file at LASC and a Student ID Number (88 - ### - ####).
Become familiar with your LACCD email, as all communication will be sent there.
Send OFFICIAL AP (advanced placement) scores to the Admissions & Records office if you passed AP tests in High School. This information MUST be posted on LASC transcripts. It is your responsibility to take care of this on time.
Obtain sealed OFFICIAL transcripts:
- If the highest level you have obtained is High School/GED you will need transcripts. To request GED transcripts use this link: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript
- If the highest level you obtained is the California High School Proficiency Examination you will need transcripts. To request CHSPE transcripts use this link: http://chspe.net/cert-trans
- Transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended. Transcripts from within LACCD may be unofficial.
- International transcripts require an official evaluation report from an approved evaluation agency. An approved agency list is available in the Counseling Office (SSB #227) and in the Nursing Office. http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf
Please allow enough time to gather all of your official transcripts, be proactive and have these documents ready.
Have you taken the TEAS already?
- If so, print out unofficial copies of ALL TEAS results.
- If not, start studying for it! For more information regarding the TEAS visit: https://www.atitesting.com/Home.aspx
LASC- Nursing Admission Process Policy
- Completion of all the required prerequisites for the nursing program as stipulated in the E-10 Guideline and maintains a minimum of 2.5 GPA in all the Science courses and the overall prerequisite courses
- Attend one of the nursing information session, the dates are posted on the nursing website.
- Applications are screened by the nursing counselor for: (1) Completion of prerequisite courses, (2) GPA verification, (3) Repeat Policy, (4) Compliance with the application deadlines. The senior office assistant reviews part 2 of the application which includes transfer students, nursing essay, ATI TEAS, and offense questions.
- Candidates who meet the entire admission requirement are invited and scheduled to take the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) exam. Dr. Elma Tulloch- Reid proctors the TEAS Test in the Computer lab located in the Tech Building.
- All candidates are required to take the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) testing version 5 or the most current version. The College Benchmark score for TEAS is 62%. Candidates who have taken the TEAS previously MUST see the nursing department for directions on providing scores along with the application. **Students who have taken version 5 before but did not score a 62%, must score a 62% on each section.
- Upon completion of the TEAS Test, the Nursing Counselor and the senior office assistant will compile the qualified candidates who met All the admission requirement into the nursing program. As well as the candidates who were deemed ineligible to the nursing program in a separate spread sheet and the rationale for their ineligibility.
- The compiled list will be delivered to the Nursing Program Director for final checks and balances, the Nursing Program Director will then send the eligible candidates to the nursing faculty admission committee with the nursing counselor for the lottery selection.
- After a student is admitted into the Nursing program, a full time load is considered a minimum of 9 units per semester.
- Each semester, following the application deadline, the most qualified candidates are admitted to the Nursing Program. In the event the Nursing program has received applications for more than the allotted seats, the selection process is done by lottery process by the admission committee members.
- All candidates accepted into the Nursing program MUST attend a mandatory orientation meeting. Also, there will be two highly recommended six week classes:
- Orientation to Nursing (Nursing 520)
- Nursing Boot Camp (Nursing 540)
- If a student does not attend the mandatory orientation meeting, his/her position will immediately be given to an alternate candidate. Both classes are offered during the Winter Intercession for spring semester and summer session for fall semester.
- All classes in the Nursing program must be completed with a "C" (75%) or higher in order to advance to the next course within the program and to earn the degree of Associate of Science in Nursing.
- In addition, enrolled students are required to take a series of mandatory Kaplan content mastery examinations after the completion of each course in the nursing program.
- Transfer students from other nursing programs will be evaluated on an individual basis. This process requires a completed application, college catalog, letter from the former program director and course syllabus for all successfully completed nursing courses.
- Transfer students must meet the admission requirements for our program's generic nursing students. Transfer students must also follow the same application procedure as general students in order to apply to the program. Space for transfer students is very limited.
- Please contact the Nursing Department to see if transfer students are being accepted at this time.