Registered Nursing Program
the Canyons is a well-respected two-year registered nursing program that is
approved by the State Board of Registered Nurses and accredited by the
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN, formerly
NLNAC). It is designed to prepare the student for the responsibilities and
knowledge required for the entry-level registered nurse. The successful nursing
program graduate will qualify to receive a certificate of completion, an
Associate Degree in Nursing, and take the national licensure examination to
become a registered nurse.
Want to apply to the RN Program? Plan to attend an information session!
IF YOU HAVE SUBMITTED AN RN APPLICATION
AUGUST 1 – 31, 2015
Mid-Late September (09/15/15 – 09/22/15) – Status updates will be sent out via COC emai
Friday, 10/02/15 – TEAS V TEST DATE here at COC (invites only) or deadline for Official submission of TEAS V results – first attempt only
Mid-Late October (10/12/15 – 10/20/15) – Acceptances to the RN program will be sent via COC email
Friday, 11/06/15– SAVE THE DATE – If accepted mandatory RN Student Orientation
Not quite ready to apply?
If you're still working on completing the nursing prerequisites and just want more information:
Are you ready to apply?
If you have finished all nursing prerequisites with available transcripts by the deadline, click here to start the application process.
Click Here for Nursing Program Application Checklist
On or before July 31, 2015:
June 1, 2015 - July 31, 2015:
Online Request for Nursing Prerequisite Evaluation (NOTE: Submission of this online Request for Nursing Prerequisite Evaluation serves only for application to the Nursing program. This is different than any transcript evaluation completed by a counselor or through Admissions and Records).
August 1, 2015 - August 31, 2015:
PLEASE NOTE: All applicants can expect to receive the first email notification of application status by mid-September 2015.
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