1 Professional Nursing Diploma Covenant School of Nursing was founded on January 25, 1918 under the name of Lubbock Sanatorium Training School. The School of Nursing holds full accreditation by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), and the Texas Board of Nursing. The school is also a member of the Council of Diploma Programs of the National League for Nursing. Covenant School of Nursing is an Equal Access/Equal Opportunity School and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status or disability. Our curriculum maintains high standards for nursing education throughout the program and provides challenges and maximum learning experiences for the nursing student. Covenant School of Nursing is a member of Covenant Health System which is a comprehensive health system that employs some 4,000 people and serves 1.2 million people across West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. At Covenant Health System, caring for the people of our community and our region isn t just a job. It s our mission, it s OUR calling. In fact, we seek to turn every patient contact into a sacred encounter. Covenant School of Nursing and Lubbock Christian University have entered into a partnership to streamline nursing education. One reason for the partnership between these two institutions is due to the similarity in the mission of Covenant and Lubbock Christian University. More details about the partnership and why it was formed are discussed throughout this packet and online at Mission Statement of Covenant School of Nursing In keeping with the Mission of Covenant Health System, the Mission of the School of Nursing is to provide a quality nursing education founded on a correlation of evidenced-based best nursing practices, knowledge integration skills, and concepts of caring for the whole person, thereby providing the community with competent beginning nurse generalists. Lubbock Christian University Mission Statement The mission of Lubbock Christian University is to teach students the spiritual dimension of life, provide a quality education, and impart a system of values for living and for service to family, community and church.
2 Application Process Application Checklist: Applications for August are accepted from January 15 th through March 15 th. Applications for January are accepted from July 15 th through September 15 th. Late applications will not be processed no exceptions. These admission materials may be mailed together in a large envelope, or delivered in person. Items turned in separately will not be accepted. Online application for admission go to and click the apply here link Resume Including work history, education, and any health care volunteer service A $50 application fee (money order) payable to Covenant School of Nursing if all application documents are submitted at least 30 days prior to the application deadline. A $100 application fee (money order) is charged if application documents are submitted within the last 30 days of the application period Include an Official, Unopened, high school transcript or GED verification Include all Official, Unopened, college/university transcripts Submit three completed Reference Forms in legal envelopes size: 4 1/8 X 9 1/2 o (Forms and instructions are available application tab.) Submit passing Entrance Exam scores. Letter of Standing from any school of nursing or allied health program you attended and did not successfully complete (this must be mailed directly to the school: 2002 W Loop 289 Suite 120, Lubbock, TX 79407). Non- USA citizens must provide proof of Permanent Resident alien status. Nursing Career Counselor Dana Jones RN Work: (806) Cell: (806) texting available Admission Process: After the application deadline, please allow 4 weeks for processing then you will be contacted by regarding your application status. We cannot give any admission status updates over the phone or to family members. Only Accepted and Alternant applicants will complete the following requirements. Medical Requirements: Make Medical appointments with Employee Health services to provide: o Medical History, Immunization records, Drug screening, Physical Demand Analysis, and any other items required for the student health file. American Heart Association BLS Certificate (CPR): January Applicants - Must be completed in October or November prior to admission August Applicants - Must be completed in May or June prior to admission o You must submit a copy of your CPR card by the deadline listed in the admissions packet. Prerequisites: Any prerequisite classes outstanding at the time of admission must be completed before the first day of classes at CSON. All transcripts reflecting these grades must be submitted by the date stated in the admission packet. The prerequisite GPA must remain at minimum requirements upon completion of all courses. Failure to do any of the above will result in denial of admission.
3 Prerequisites Prerequisites 1. English 1 2. English 2, Speech, or Beginning Spanish 3. Chemistry (with lab) 4. Microbiology (with lab) 5. Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 6. Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 7. Introduction to Psychology 8. Human Growth and Development (Lifespan) 9. Nutrition 10. US Government 11. US History 1 up to Elective (any 3 hour non- remedial course) All courses must be from a regionally accredited college or university to transfer into our program, and a minimum grade of C in each of the prerequisite courses is required. To qualify to apply you must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher in the prerequisite courses. CLEP credit is accepted in English I, English II, Spanish, Psychology, Human Growth and Development, History, Government, and Electives only. Dual Credit is accepted if it is transcribed on a college transcript. Students attending school full time should expect to complete the prerequisite courses in 3 semesters. The Nursing Career Counselor is available by appointment for academic guidance during the completion of these required courses. Lubbock Area Colleges and Universities Required College Hours English 1 (composition & rhetoric) English 2, Speech, or Beginning Spanish Chemistry (with lab) *Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 (with lab)* *Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 (with lab)* Credit Lubbock Christian South Plains Texas Tech Wayland Baptist Hours University College University University West Texas A&M Western Texas University College 3 ENG 1301 ENG 1301 ENGL 1301 ENGL 1301 ENG 1301 ENGL ENGL 1302 or ENG 1301 or ENGL 1302 OR ENG 1302 or COM ENG 1302 or SPCH ENG 1302 or COMS COMS 1301, COMM 1312, SPCH 1311, 1315, 2311 or 2340 or 1311, 1315 or or 2300 or 2303, 1303 SPAN 1315 or 1318, 1318 OR 1321 FOL 1401 or SPAN 1511 SPAN or 1302 or SPAN 1411 SPAN CHE 1305 & 1105 CHEM 1305 & 1105 CHEM 1406 or OR CHE 1307 & or CHEM 1307 & CHEM CHEM 140 CHEM 1405 CHEM BIO 2401 BIOL 2401 ZOOL 2403 BIOL 3408 & BIOL 2401 BIOL BIO 2402 BIOL 2402 ZOOL 2404 BIOL 3409 BIOL 2402 BIOL 2402 Microbiology (with lab) 4 BIO 3310 & 3110 BIOL 2420 MBIO 3400 OR 3401 BIOL 34 BIOL 2572 BIOL 2421 Introduction to Psychology 3 PSY 1300 PSYC 2301 PSY 1300 PSYC 1301 PSYC 2301 PSYC 2301 Human Growth & Development 3 PSY 2310 PSYC 2314 HDFS 2303 PSYC 2301 PSYC 2314 PSYC 2314 Nutrition 3-4 BIO 3322 HECO 1322 OR NS 1325 or 1410 NS 1410 BIOL 2305 BIOL 1322 BIOL 1322 US History 1 (up to 1877) 3 HIST 2301 HIST 1301 HIST 2300 HIST 2301 HIST 1301 HIST 1301 US Government 3 GOVT 2301 GOVT 2301 POLS 1301 POLS 2301 POSC 2305 GOVT 2301 **Elective** 3 HIST 2302, GOVT 2302 ART 1301, HIST 1302 or GOVT 2302 HIST 2302 or POLS 2302 ART 1301, COSC 2311, HIST 1302 HIST 1302 or GOVT 2302 *Both Human Anatomy & Physiology courses must be completed within the last five years according to start date and not application deadline.* **The ELECTIVE is a required 3 hour class, but you can choose what class you would like to take. The electives listed above are suggestions of things available that we will accept and it is not required that you take those specific courses** Entrance Exam Each applicant must have a valid score submitted with application documents on or before the deadline (September 15 th and March 15 th ) to be considered a candidate for admission. The Entrance Exam information is online at Click "Future Students" then Entrance Exam on the left hand side to view details and register for an exam online.
4 Quick Degree Overview Quick Degree Overview 1. Begin by completing the 12 courses listed in the chart on the prerequisite page. 2. Once enrolled in the last of those courses apply to Covenant School of Nursing before the application deadline. Prerequisites do not have to be complete to apply, but must be complete by your first day at CSON. 3. Once accepted at Covenant, you will complete the 2 year diploma program. COVENANT SCHOOL OF NURSING CORE SEMESTER CIRRICULUM 67.5 SEMESTER HOURS Course # Name Course # Name NURS 101 Medical Surgical I NURS 202 Pharmacology II NURS 102 Pharmacology I NURS 203 Pathophysiology II NURS 103 Pathophysiology I NURS 301 Family Centered Care NURS 201 Medical Surgical II NURS 401 Adv. Nursing & Leadership Summer courses below are taken between CSON semesters if not already transferred from area institutions. The Bible requirement must be taken at LCU. Summer Courses Course # Course Name Course # Course Name BIB Bible (choose any from LCU) MATH 3310 Psychological Statistics BIO 3301 Genetics NUR 3200 Into to BSN Note: Upper-level course recommended for Stats and Genetics 4. After graduation from CSON you receive a temporary license to work as a Graduate Nurse until you take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX- RN). 5. After passing this exam and gaining employment (length of time is usually about 3 months) you will continue at LCU for your Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN). 6. LCU s RN to BSN program is 2 semesters and designed to fit into the full- time working nurse s schedule. You take fewer courses at a time over a 6-8 week span until you have completed all classes. 7. Upon successful completion of 29 hours of the LCU courses on the right, a Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) is granted. 8. Now that you have obtained your bachelor degree, we encourage you to continue with your education in whatever specialty inspires you. Lubbock Christian University BSN MAJOR- 29HOURS Course # Course Name NUR 3214 History, Theory, and Therapies NUR 3314 Trends and Issues NUR 4311 Scientific Inquiry in Nursing NUR 4314 Leadership and Management I NUR 4316 Leadership and Management II NUR 4318 Professional Role Development NUR 4303 Community Health I NUR 4305 Community Health II NUR 4300* Nursing and Rural Health Care NUR 4320* Comparative Health Systems NUR NUR 4352* Special Topics 4399* Independent Study: Evidence Based *3hrs of Major must be from: 4300, 4320, 4352, or 4399
5 Costs Registered Nursing Program: Application Fee - $50 Tuition- $8,600 ($2,150/semester) Books- $1,250* Uniforms- $250* Graduation Fee- $50 Misc. Fees- $650 Licensing- $349 Advanced Credit LVN-RN: Application Fee - $50 Tuition if accepted as Sophomore- $5,050 Tuition if accepted as Junior-$4,300 Books - $1,250* Uniforms - $250* Graduation Fee - $50 Misc Fees - $650 Licensing - $349 * Approximate costs for books, uniforms and fees. Deadlines Application Deadlines: March 15th - Deadline for all application materials for Fall admission. September 15th - Deadline for all application materials for Spring admission. Financial Aid Deadlines: June 15 - deadline for Fall admission (for priority consideration) November 1 - deadline for Spring admission (for priority consideration)
6 Financial Aid Covenant School of Nursing participates in the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), and Federal Direct Sub/ Unsub and Direct Plus Loans. To apply for federal student aid, begin by obtaining a PIN number at Having a PIN allows you (and your parents, if they have a PIN and you are a dependent student) to sign your FAFSA electronically, which means the student aid process can be completed totally online. You will need to use the CSON School Code # when completing your FAFSA. Additional application forms and information are available in the Financial Aid Office or online at Our Financial Aid Officer is available for questions by appointment. Call or Ms. Garrett at General Student Eligibility Requirements To receive assistance from federal student aid programs at CSON a student must: q Be able to demonstrate financial need - FASFA q Have a high school diploma or GED. q Be a U.S citizen or eligible non-citizen. q Make satisfactory academic progress and be in good standing. q Register with selective service, if required. At a minimum, a completed financial aid application includes: CSON Financial Aid student Data Form Loan recipients: Loan Counseling Confirmation Scholarship applications are available in January to students in their second semester of nursing courses who have demonstrated academic ability and good clinical skills at CSON. Health Traxx Another financial benefit for CSON students includes Covenant Health System assistance programs. You can find out more at or call Scholarships You may receive outside scholarships, and if you are the recipient of a scholarship or other financial assistance for your nursing school expenses, please notify Covenant School of Nursing at the time of admission. Also remember to notify financial aid any time a new scholarship is awarded to you so your file can be updated accordingly.
7 Advance Credit LVN-RN Program Licensed Vocational Nurses (VLN) may request admission to our LVN- RN program for completion of their registered nursing education. This program reduces the time from the usual 76 week curriculum to a shorter period of 57 weeks. To be considered for this opportunity, the applicant must meet all regular application requirements as listed below. Covenant School of Nursing also offers an advance placement test to qualifying applicants. If the applicant is chosen to test for advance placement, this could reduce the time even further to a 38 week program. The Admission Committee follows specific criteria to choose candidates for the advanced placement testing option. This decision for advance testing is also based on space availability within our program. Application Checklist: Applications for August are accepted from January 15 th through March 15 th. Applications for January are accepted from July 15 th through September 15 th. Late applications will not be processed no exceptions. These admission materials may be mailed together in a large envelope, or delivered in person. Items turned in separately will not be accepted. Online application for admission go to and click the apply here link Current Texas Board of Nursing License Vocational Nurse License verification Resume Including work history, education, and any health care volunteer service A $50 application fee (money order) payable to Covenant School of Nursing if all application documents are submitted at least 30 days prior to the application deadline. A $100 application fee (money order) is charged if application documents are submitted within the last 30 days of the application period Include an Official, Unopened, high school transcript or GED verification Include all Official, Unopened, college/university transcripts Submit three completed Reference Forms in legal envelopes size: 4 1/8 X 9 1/2 o (Forms and instructions are available application tab.) Submit passing Entrance Exam scores. Letter of Standing from any school of nursing or allied health program you attended and did not successfully complete (this must be mailed directly to the school: 2002 W Loop 289 Suite 120, Lubbock, TX 79407). Non- USA citizens must provide proof of Permanent Resident alien status. Admission Process: After the application deadline, please allow 4 weeks for processing then you will be contacted by regarding your application status. We cannot give any admission status updates over the phone or to family members. Transfer Students Individuals who are currently or have been recently enrolled in another school of registered nursing that desire admission as a transfer student at CSON must meet all application and admission criteria previously explained. The student must also have a Letter of Standing and two recommend letters from a previous nursing instructor mailed directly to our program. A degree plan is established according to a transferring course description comparison. All transfer students complete the first 19 weeks of our program and upon successful completion of this initial semester, the degree plan previously established will be in place. No transfer credit is allowed for any grade below a C and the most recent semester completed of a nursing program must be within one academic year of the start date at CSON. In order to graduate, a student must complete a minimum of 38 weeks of the nursing curriculum at Covenant.
8 FOR CSON USE ONLY A Member of Covenant Health System APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION 2002 W. Loop 289, Suite 120 Lubbock, Texas Application should be typed or printed in ink. Date Rcvd Paid LVN Advanced Credit RN Transfer Start Date For priority consideration apply online at 1. LEGAL NAME (last) (first) (middle) (maiden) Other last names used 2. Present Address (number & street) (city, state, & zip) 3. Mailing Address (number & street) (city, state, & zip) 4. Permanent No. ( ) Cell No. ( ) Work No. ( ) 5. Social Security No. 6. Employer Job Title Dates of Employment Job Duties 7. Date of Birth Place of Birth If not a U.S. citizen, permanent resident status is required. 8. Person you wish to be notified in case of emergency (name) (street, city, state, zip) (area code) (phone number) (relationship) 9. List one individual (family members preferred), who do not live in the same household or your household but will always know your new address and phone number if you move: (name) (street, city, state, & zip) (area code) (phone number) (relationship) 10. Record of High School Attendance Highest Grade Certificate Name of School Location Dates Attended Completed (circle) Earned to Diploma to G.E.D. 11. Record of College/University Attendance Dates Attended Name of College Location of Campus (month/year) Major Total Credit Degree Granted Hours (with date) to to to to 12. Date expected to complete prerequisites Date expected to enter program 13. Name of college(s) you plan to attend to complete pre-requisite college courses 14. Record of Health Career Certifications Certificate/Licensure & Number Date Issued Insured By Renewal Date 15. Names of any other schools of Nursing or Allied Health attended Dates attended to Reason for withdrawal 16. How did you hear about us?
9 The Texas Board of Nursing (BON) may require documentation regarding criminal convictions and/or information regarding substance abuse, mental health treatment, and any disability that might adversely affect the safe practice of professional nursing. Based on this information, the BON may deny licensure as a registered nurse if it sees this to be in the best interest of society. Contact the Nursing Careers Counselor prior to application if any of these concerns apply to you. Approval from the BON to sit for registered nursing licensure often takes from 6 to 12 months. Written approval from the BON to take the NCLEX-RN (licensing exam) must be on file before an applicant will be granted admission to Covenant School of Nursing. Failure to accurately answer number 17 (below) will result in the deniel of your admission to CSON. 17. Have you ever been convicted of a crime? Yes No Do you have any criminal charges pending? Yes No Submit your application online at and turn all supporting documentaion in before the deadline. 1) Resume Including work history, education, and any health care volunteer service 2) Official high school transcript with graduation date OR copy of G.E.D. certification 3) Official transcripts from every college or university attended to date 4) A $50 application fee (money order payable to Covenant School of Nursing) if all application documents are submitted at least 30 days prior to the application deadline. A $100 application fee (money order) if all application documents are submitted within the last 30 days of the application period. 5) Submit passing entrance exam scores 6) 3 completed, signed, and sealed reference forms 7) Applicable documentation requested if question number #17 is answered Yes or if any of section #17 (above) pertains to you 8) Letter of Standing from any school of Nursing or allied health you attended and did NOT complete *Your Application for Admission will be returned to you if it is incomplete or if any of the above requirements are not included.* Criminal Background Check I authorize Covenant School of Nursing to obtain a criminal background check as part of my admission process, understanding that Covenant School of Nursing will rely upon information it obtains. I understand that information reported through a criminal background check could require me to file a Petition for Declaratory Order with the Texas Board of Nursing. This could be cause for non-admission to Covenant School of Nursing. If a declaratory order is submitted, but no authorization letter is received before beginning the program this is cause for non-admission to Covenant School of Nursing. I also understand that if a report from a consumer reporting agency is the basis from an adverse action, I can be furnished a copy of the report and such additional information as may be required by the law. This authorization shall remain valid until Covenant School of Nursing receives written notice of revocation. Initials Functional and/or Learning Disabilities I understand it is my responsibility to notify Covenant School of Nursing of any functional disabilities which might interfere with my learning and performance as a nursing student and necessitate special accommodations while in school. Furthermore, I understand that if I require special accommodations because of disability, I must request in writing such consideration and submit a current letter from an appropriate licensed professional describing the nature of the functional limitation and specific accommodations needed while a student at Covenant School of Nursing. Initials Release and Hold Harmless I hereby release from any liability all persons and entities who provide information concerning my competence, ethical conduct, character, and other information regarding my qualifications for admission to Covenant School of Nursing. I further fully release and forever discharge Covenant School of Nursing, Covenant Health System, and their servants, agents, and employees for their use of and reliance upon any such information obtained and hereby indemnify and hold them harmless from any liability or loss whatsoever, including court costs, attorney s fees, expenses and payment of claims or judgments, which may result from their use of or reliance upon such information. Signature of Applicant Date
10 Forming a Partnership Forming a Partnership Reason for action In response to 2007 Sunset Bill (HB2426) for the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) beginning in 2015, graduation from a diploma program of study leading to initial RN licensure must entitle the graduate to an academic degree; the Covenant School of Nursing and Lubbock Christian University Department of Nursing propose a program partnership. These two programs are the first to form a partnership of this type in the state of Texas. Both organizations would like to stress the word Partnership. This is not a merger because both entities will retain their own identity. This partnership supports the Regionalization Efforts for the Strategic Plan for State of Texas to Meet the Nursing Workforce Needs of Also this partnership offers students educational progression in a timely manner with a logical transition to advance practice roles if the student so desires. We are forming a united front to benefit future nursing students. The Texas Board of Nursing has commended us for our innovative approach to helping students achieve a higher level of education. We are dedicated to providing future nurses the best education and real- world experience they can receive. Details about transfer credits Covenant and LCU will accept transfer courses for the prerequisites from regionally accredited universities or colleges. All prerequisites must meet minimum requirements as stated on the prerequisite page. Transfer credit for our summer requirements of Genetics and Statistics can also be requested if those courses have been completed prior to enrollment. Dual Credit and Clep Credit are accepted for any courses that are transcribed on a regionally accredited college or university transcript. Beginning the Partnership This partnership begins when the student enters Covenant School of Nursing. Upon acceptance, students complete our 2 year program (including 4 summer courses if needed) and are then eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX- RN). This readies the student to begin Lubbock Christian School of Nursing to obtain their Bachelors Degree in Nursing (BSN). This process takes 2 semesters and once the student successfully completes LCU s requirements they are awarded their degree.
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