1 NURSING INFORMATION SESSION Ivy Tech Community College School of Nursing Associate of Science and Practical Nursing Programs
2 THIS SESSION IS INTENDED TO PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW OF THE NURSING PROGRAMS AT IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE All prospective students are responsible for accessing the Nursing Overview and Application Process Booklet for detailed information on program and admission requirements.
3 REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION INTO NURSING PROGRAMS The following are general requirements for admission into the nursing programs: Complete a face-to-face (on campus) Information Session or this online Nursing Information Session Meet with your academic advisor. Complete all nursing admission pre-requisite courses, and if possible, do so before completing other required general education courses. Complete all nursing application requirements by the published deadlines.
4 NURSING PROGRAMS OFFERED AT IVY TECH Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program Leads to an Associate of Science degree (AS) and eligibility to apply to the Indiana State Board of Nursing to take the NCLEX-RN licensure examination for Registered Nurses. The following program tracks are available: ~ Traditional ASN Program ~ LPN to ASN Transition Track ~ Paramedic to ASN Transition Track Practical Nursing (PN) program Leads to a Technical Certificate (TC) and eligibility to apply to the Indiana State Board of Nursing to take the NCLEX-PN licensure examination for Practical Nurses.
5 COLLEGE AND NURSING PROGRAM ACCREDITATION Ivy Tech Community College Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools 230 S. LaSalle St., Suite Chicago, IL Phone: School of Nursing Associate of Science Degree & Practical Nursing Program Accreditation: Indiana State Board of Nursing (ISBN) Indiana Professional Licensing Agency 402 W. Washington Street, Room W072 Indianapolis, IN Phone: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850 Atlanta, GA Phone: Fax:
6 NURSING CURRICULA The ASN and PN Curricula of Record and specific course requirements are available on the Ivy Tech Nursing webpage at Per the ISBN rules and regulations, ALL courses in the nursing curriculum, including required general education courses, must be passed with a grade of C or higher.
7 ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (ASN) PROGRAM TRACKS There are three (3) ASN program track options: ~ ASN Traditional track (TSAP): for students with no previous nursing education/licensure ~ LPN to ASN track: for students who are Licensed Practical Nurses seeking mobility to the RN level ~ Paramedic to ASN track: for students who are certified Paramedics and seeking a degree in nursing NOTE: Program options available vary by location and not all programs are offered at each campus. Please go to to determine which program options are offered at your campus of interest.
8 ASN TRADITIONAL PROGRAM (TSAP) The ASN Traditional program is designated as a TSAP program. ~ TSAP refers to Transfer Single Articulation Pathway ~ This designation assists in transferability to state-funded RN to BSN programs ~ Graduates transfer into RN to BSN programs as juniors ~ To be eligible, applicants to the RN to BSN program must meet the 4-year institution/nursing program s admission criteria More information on TSAP can be found at:
9 ASN TRADITIONAL PROGRAM (TSAP) This track is for individuals who have no previous nursing education/licensure Total of 65 credit hours ~ 28 General Education Course Credits (including prerequisite courses) ~ 37 Nursing Course Credits 4 nursing course semesters plus a required general education admission prerequisite course semester
10 LPN TO ASN TRANSITION TRACK This track is for LPNs interested in progressing to the RN level Total of 55 credit hours 28 General Education Course Credits (including prerequisite courses) 27 Nursing Course Credits* 3 nursing course semesters plus one (1) required general education prerequisite course semester *Note: The number of required nursing course credits will vary depending on when and where the applicant completed their LPN program and whether they completed a separate, comparable nursing pharmacology course (see nursing Curriculum of Record at
11 LPN TO ASN TRANSITION TRACK LPN to ASN applicants must complete all required general education prerequisite courses to be eligible for admission to program. LPNs who graduated within two years from an Ivy Tech Practical Nursing program: Are not required to take NRSG Introduction to ASN Transition Will be awarded verified credit for the following courses upon successful completion (C or higher) of NRSG 122 (if applicable) and NRSG 125: o NRSG 100, NRSG 102, NRSG 105, NRSG 110, NRSG 111, and NRSG 115 (16-19 verified credits; 71 total program credit hours). (see for program curriculum). Students must complete all remaining ASN nursing and additional, required general education courses.
12 LPN TO ASN TRANSITION TRACK LPNs who graduated over two (2) years prior to application to the ASN program, OR those who graduated on a previous Ivy Tech PN curriculum, OR those who graduated from an external PN program must complete three (3) semesters of nursing coursework including the following: NRSG 122 Introduction to ASN Transition(5 cr) NRSG 125 LPN to ASN Transition Lab (1 cr) NRSG 106 Pharmacology (3 cr) (if there was no separate, comparable pharmacology course in the student s PN program) Upon completion of these courses with a grade of C or higher, verified credit will be awarded for the following courses upon successful completion (C or higher): NRSG 100, NRSG 102, NRSG 105, NRSG 110, NRSG 111, and NRSG 115 (16-19 verified credits; 71 total program credit hours). (See for program curriculum). Students must complete all remaining ASN nursing and additional, required general education courses.
13 IMPORTANT NOTE: LPN TO ASN Transition students must maintain a current, unencumbered Indiana Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license throughout the program. A copy must be provided with the ADMISSION application and after each licensure renewal period.
14 PARAMEDIC TO ASN TRANSITION TRACK This track is for certified Paramedics who are seeking mobility to an ASN degree in nursing Total of 57 credit hours 28 General Education Course Credits (including prerequisite courses) 29 Nursing Course Credits 3 nursing course semesters plus one (1) required general education prerequisite course semester
15 PARAMEDIC TO ASN TRANSITION TRACK Students must complete three (3) semesters of nursing coursework, including two transition courses: NRSG 122 Introduction to ASN Transition (5 cr) NRSG 123 Paramedic to ASN Transition Lab/Clinical (3 cr) Upon successful completion of these courses with a grade of C or higher, verified credit will be awarded for the following courses: NRSG 100, NRSG 102, NRSG 105, NRSG 110, NRSG 111, and NRSG 115 (16-19 verified credits; 71 total program credit hours). (see for program curriculum). Students must complete all remaining ASN nursing and additional, required general education courses. Paramedic to ASN is only offered at select campuses. Please visit for more information.
16 IMPORTANT NOTE: Paramedic to ASN Transition students must maintain a current, unencumbered Indiana Paramedic certification or registration throughout the program. A copy must be provided to the nursing program with the application for admission and after each certification or registration renewal period.
17 PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM Total of 45 Credit hours 13 General Education Credits (including prerequisites) 32 Nursing Credits 3 nursing semesters plus one (1) required prerequisite general education course semester LPNs work under the supervision of an RN, physician, or other licensed healthcare providers
18 SELECTIVE ADMISSION Admission to any ASN or PN program is limited and includes additional requirements over and above admission to Ivy Tech Community College. Nursing courses may not be taken until admitted to the program. Prerequisite general education courses must be completed prior to admission. Other required general education courses may be taken prior to or following admission to the nursing programs. Completion of general education courses does not guarantee admission to a nursing program.
19 IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE APPLYING TO THE ASN OR PN NURSING PROGRAMS
20 MANDATORY DRUG TESTING AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS All nursing program clinical affiliates require mandatory drug testing and criminal background checks before allowing students to participate in clinical courses at their facilities. Results of these tests could impact your ability to complete nursing clinical courses and therefore, your ability to meet nursing program requirements for completion. Requiring criminal background checks and drug screenings ensures students meet the same standards as health care facility employees.
21 ELIGIBILITY FOR LICENSURE The Indiana State Board of Nursing (ISBN) application for licensure includes questions about criminal history, substance abuse problems, malpractice judgments, and disciplinary action on previous licenses and certifications. The questions on the following slides appear on the Indiana State Board of Nursing application. If you answer yes to any of these questions, it is possible that you will not be eligible for licensure after completing the nursing program. The ISBN now requires separate and additional criminal background checks on all applicants for NCLEX licensure examinations.
22 ELIGIBILITY FOR LICENSURE All candidates taking the an NCLEX exam are required to have a U.S. social security number per Indiana Code. This is a mandatory Indiana State Board of Nursing (ISBN) requirement and applications to test cannot be processed without it. Please go to the following links for more information: and
23 ISBN QUESTIONS Has disciplinary action ever been taken regarding any health license, certificate, registration or permit you hold or have held in any state or country? Have you ever been denied a license, certificate, registration or permit to practice as a nurse or any regulated health occupation in any state or country?
24 ISBN QUESTIONS Except for minor violations of traffic laws resulting in fines, and arrests or convictions that have been expunged by a court, Have you ever been arrested; Have you ever entered into a prosecutorial diversion or deferment agreement regarding any offense, misdemeanor, or felony in any state; Have you ever been convicted of any offense, misdemeanor, or felony in any state; Have you ever pled guilty to any offense, misdemeanor, or felony in any state; or Have you ever pled nolo contender to any offense, misdemeanor or felony in any state? Continued
25 ISBN QUESTIONS Have you ever been terminated, reprimanded, disciplined or demoted in the scope of your practice as a nurse or as another health care professional? Have you ever had a malpractice judgment against you or settled any malpractice action? Do you have any condition or impairment (including a history of alcohol or substance abuse) that currently interferes, or if left untreated may interfere, with your ability to practice in a competent and professional manner? Note: The ISBN will not provide any judgment as to licensure eligibility until you have completed the program and submitted your application to take the licensure exam.
26 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR NURSING STUDENTS AND HEALTH RECORDS The following are required for participation in clinical activities: Students admitted to the nursing program must be physically and mentally capable of performing the Essential Functions of Nursing Students (see Overview and Application Booklet) Students will be required to provide documentation of a physical exam, TB testing, and immunization records prior to the start of classes. Annual Flu vaccinations are required when they become available. Students SHOULD NOT submit any health forms until after they are formally admitted to the nursing program. Continued
27 VACCINATIONS AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM All students admitted to a nursing program are required to submit a Vaccination and Physical Examination form. The form includes sections for immunizations and a signature page for the physician regarding the ability to meet the Essential Functions of Nursing Students. Students with disabilities are required to contact the college Disabilities Support Staff at the campus of interest for assistance in requesting accommodations (if applicable). Students interested in applying for admission to a nursing program should begin locating childhood immunization records early to ensure complete vaccination and physicals are submitted by established deadlines. Continued
28 THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS FOR NURSING STUDENTS ARE LISTED IN THE NURSING PROGRAMS OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION PROCESS BOOKLET AT
29 ATTENDANCE Students are expected to attend class meetings, or other activities assigned as a part of a course of instruction. Instructors are responsible for maintaining attendance records. A statement regarding expectations for class attendance is included in Section 4 of the Academic Support and Operations Manual (ASOM). Students are expected to attend all lecture and lab sessions. Attendance is necessary to maximize student-learning opportunities. Students who are absent are responsible for missed material. Attendance will be reported for the purpose of financial aid qualification. Specific expectations will be found in each course syllabus.
30 ATTENDANCE Clinical courses require that the student be present to effectively evaluate successful achievement of clinical course objectives and concepts, as clinical course objectives cannot be accomplished or evaluated outside the clinical setting. There are no make-ups for missed clinical hours. Therefore, regular clinical attendance is mandatory for successful clinical course and program completion.
31 TIME COMMITMENT The ASN and PN programs require a major commitment of time and energy Contact hours (based on 16-week courses) o Lecture classes: 1 classroom contact hour per credit hour each week o Lab classes: 2 lab contact hours per credit hour each week o Clinical courses: 3 clinical contact hours per credit hour each week Nursing courses are typically scheduled over 3-4 days per week; students may also need to schedule additional general education courses as needed each semester. It is essential that you plan for the same amount of study time as class time per week Individual Work Schedules o Nursing Course schedules and assignment due dates will not be adjusted to accommodate individual work schedules
32 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP ONE Complete the application process for Ivy Tech, including: Completion of any required Academic Skills Advancement Courses indicated by your ACCUPLACER placement exam. Submit official transcripts to the Registrar from any College/University for transfer credit you are seeking. o College transcripts should be submitted to the Registrar s office for review at least 6 to 8 weeks prior to the program application deadline. Meet with an academic advisor early to discuss program requirements and plan for admission to nursing. Continued
33 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP ONE Complete prerequisite general education courses: ENGL 111 English Composition APHY 101 Anatomy and Physiology I MATH 123 or Higher (Quantitative Reasoning) o Required only for ASN program students PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
34 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Per Indiana State Board of Nursing regulations, the School of Nursing requires applicants to submit a copy of their high school transcript or GED. International students who do not possess a U.S. high school diploma must have their high school transcript evaluated through NACES. International applicants must submit official credential evaluation from a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services ( approved organization showing the equivalence of a U.S. high school diploma. The NACES process takes some time and includes an associated fee, so please contact NACES early.
35 MATH REQUIREMENTS ASN Program: MATH 123 (or higher) must be completed as a prerequisite for admission to the ASN Program o All Ivy Tech MATH courses will be accepted except MATH 127, MATH 128, MATH 129, and MATH 141. PN Program: The PN program has no college-level math requirement; however, a math course may be indicated due to prerequisite requirements for some general education courses.
36 STEP TWO APPLY TO THE NURSING PROGRAM You must carefully read through the Nursing Overview and Application Process Booklet (found at prior to application to the Nursing Program(s)
37 IMPORTANT NOTE: STUDENTS MUST BE IN GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING (CUMULATIVE GPA 2.0 OR HIGHER) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAMS
38 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP TWO Complete all components of the Assessment Technologies Institute, LLC s (ATI) Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) The TEAS is used as part of the admission process A new version (ATI TEAS) will be released August 31, TEAS V entrance tests completed prior to August 31, 2016 will continue to be applicable toward nursing program admission as long as the test date is no older than two years. A sixth edition of the TEAS study guide to accompany the new ATI TEAS will be available in most regional campus bookstores. Continued
39 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP TWO Students are encouraged to complete any required Academic Skills Advancement courses prior to taking the TEAS test. Students should plan to take the TEAS test during or soon after completing the prerequisite general education courses. Please refer to each specific campus for directions on registering for and taking the TEAS test at The TEAS test may be taken two (2) times in a two-year period, and must be taken 30 days apart (this includes any TEAS attempts taken outside Ivy Tech). TEAS scores are valid for a period of two years. Continued
40 IMPORTANT NOTE: When creating an ATI account to take your TEAS test, please use something you will remember as a user name and password. Examples: use your Ivy Tech student ID number (otherwise known as your C number) as your user name and your mother s maiden name for your password. If admitted, ATI testing will be used throughout your nursing program and you will need the same user name and password for access to the ATI tests. Continued
41 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP TWO You must complete all four TEAS Test components for the test to be considered valid which include: English & Language Usage, Reading, Math, and Science Partial tests will not be accepted. Applicants must score at the Proficient, Advanced or Exemplary Level to be considered for nursing program admission. TEAS sub-category scores will be used the in points calculation towards nursing program admission.
42 TEAS TEST INFORMATION AND MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE FROM ATI For more information on the TEAS, please visit:
43 APPLICATION PROCESS STEP TWO NEW Online Nursing Program Application to Launch July 1, 2016 Students seeking admission into nursing programs for the spring 2017 semester will need to complete the new online nursing application located at Students will now be able upload documents and information and easily prioritize campuses in which they are interested in applying. Deadline for submission of all required application information for the spring 2017 term is September 1, Incomplete and/or late application submissions will not be considered.
44 APPLICATION DEADLINES Nursing Program Admission Semester Online Application Available Application Deadline Fall Spring Summer March 15 May 15 July 1 September 1 December 1 February 1
45 PROGRAM COHORT ADMISSION SIZE The number of students admitted during each admission process varies from campus to campus and is subject to change from semester to semester.
46 ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAMS IS HIGHLY COMPETITIVE A point system is used to determine who is selected for admission to the programs
47 SELECTION FOR ADMISSION: RANK ORDER OF APPLICANTS Rank Order of Applicants: General Education points and TEAS points will be summed for a total selection decision point score. Applicants will be rank-ordered by total selection decision score. Applicants having the highest scores will be offered admission to the program according to the number of clinical spots available. If two or more students have identical decision scores, the tiebreaker points will be applied until a difference in decision score occurs. The number of students admitted is determined by availability of clinical resources and may be adjusted without advance notice.
48 SELECTION FOR ADMISSION RANK ORDER BY DECISION SCORE General Education Course Points: Points awarded based on prerequisite course grade (60 points possible) TEAS points: Total of weighted sub-test point calculations (100 points possible) Total Points Possible: 160 Tie Breaker Points: (applied in the order listed below) TEAS Adjusted Individual Total Score TEAS Science sub-score to the tenths place TEAS Reading sub-score to the tenths place TEAS English & Language Usage sub-score to the tenths place Prerequisite courses completed at Ivy Tech Cumulative GPA from the most recent transcript
49 60 TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION POINTS POSSIBLE A weighted point system will be used to determine points for the General Education Course component of the selection score points. When multiple course attempts are reported on the transcript(s), the highest earned grade will be used for the selection decision score. This includes courses appearing on transcripts from other schools. Points for courses transferred in from other institutions will be awarded from the grade recorded on the transcript from the other institution. Points for verified credit (V) or college credit awarded through High School Advanced Placement, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) International Baccalaureate (IB) and Dantes Subject Standardized Test (DSST), will be awarded as indicated below. Course A B C D/F Verified Credit APHY N/A ENGL PSYC Total General Education Points Possible = 60
50 TEAS WEIGHTED POINT SYSTEM TEAS Points: Once it has been determined that the applicant has met the minimum eligibility requirement, the following weighted system will be used to determine the TEAS component of the selection score points. Student must score at the Proficient level or higher to have TEAS scores considered for admission into nursing programs. TEASV COMPONENT WEIGHTED SUB-TEST POINT CALCULATION MAXIMUM POINTS POSSIBLE English & Language Usage Subsection % score X Reading Subsection % score X Math Subsection % score X Science Subsection % score X Total TEAS points possible = 100
51 FINAL CONSIDERATIONS
52 NURSING REQUIRES: Critical thinking Highly developed communication skills Competence in nursing skills Professionalism and a commitment to lifelong learning Ethical and legal accountability as a healthcare professional Ability to work in intense, variable and sometimes stressful situations Self-direction, time management, and organization skills Compassion, patience, and the ability to deliver culturally competent care to diverse populations
53 THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN IVY TECH NURSING! Regional nursing program contact information can be found at
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REGISTERED NURSING (RN) APPLICATION PACKET Deadline is April 15, 2015 @ 4:00 pm INCOMPLETE OR LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Return completed application, including other required documents, IN
Jones County Junior College Practical Nursing Program Application Packet Thank you for your interest in the Practical Nursing Program at Jones County Junior College. We offer admission into the program
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RIVERSIDE CITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM FOR REGISTERED NURSING 4800 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, CA 92506-1299 Phone: (951) 222-8000 School of Nursing Program Information & Workshop Schedule:
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LPN to ADN Advanced Placement Option Information and Application Packet 2014-2015 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Schoolcraft College offers an advanced placement option for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who are
Application for ADN-RN Program This application and this checklist must be filled out completely and submitted to the Associate Degree Nursing Department you have selected during the application period
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