1 STARK STATE COLLEGE Dear Prospective Nursing Applicant: Thank you for inquiring about the Associate Degree in Nursing Program at Stark State College (SSC). Please note that all information is subject to change as needed to assure a high quality program. Please plan to attend a nursing information session as soon as possible to get the most current information. The dates, times and location for these meetings are located on the website. Only one class of students per year is admitted for the basic, evening/weekend, and Paramedic to RN programs. The LPN to RN program admits twice a year in the Fall and Spring semesters. All students who meet the admission requirements and have a completed application on file are assigned to the first space available in an upcoming class. Should space become available earlier, the accepted applicant will be notified. All applications received after March 1, 2016 will be considered on a selective admission basis. If not selected for an open seat, the applicant will need to reapply the following year. Tina Devlin is the LPN to RN Program coordinator. Her is She is the nursing advisor for all pre- LPN to RN nursing students should you have specific questions. Please go to a mandatory LPN to RN program meeting that will answer many of your questions. Nursing is a rewarding career choice. I look forward to your continuing interest in the nursing profession and the educational program at Stark State College. Sincerely, Terri Chapman, MSN, RN Department Chair/Director of Nursing Students are required to follow the program curriculum in effect when they begin taking technical courses, not when students are accepted to the College or program. SSC is committed to equal opportunity for all and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, military status, pregnancy, disability, age, genetic information, or sexual orientation. SSC strives to enroll a diverse representation of students within the Health Sciences programs. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Stark State College 6200 Frank Avenue NW North Canton, OH STARK ( The College reserves the right to change this process at any time. This does not constitute a part of a contract between the applicant and the College.
2 Admission Process 1. Submit a Stark State College application (new SSC students only) and take the SSC COMPASS Assessment. ACT scores are accepted in place of SSC COMPASS if achieved within the last two calendar years. Refer to the College Admissions Office for evaluation of scores. 2. Complete any prescribed developmental courses as determined by the COMPASS Assessment or ACT Test results. 3. Submit to the Academic Records Office: Official copy of high school transcripts and/or GED certificate. Official college transcripts of any college attended and your official transcripts from your LPN program. 4. Students are encouraged to complete the course Student Success Seminar (SSC101) during the first semester at SSC. 5. Attend a mandatory information meeting regarding admission requirements, application process and to obtain an application to the nursing program. 6. A college GPA of 3.0 or better in 7 hours or more of course work at the last college or LPN program attended. If a student s most current grades are from Stark State College, and the student has over 7 credit hours, SSC transcript will take precedence. 7. A minimum of one (1) month and no longer than one (1) year prior to placing an application, the applicant must obtain BCII and FBI background checks through SSC s Security Department. 9. Register for the date you wish to take the TEAS test. Obtain information for the TEAS test on the nursing website. However, it is strongly recommended that developmental and prerequisite courses be completed before the TEAS test is taken. Applicants must score at the 58.7 percentile or higher on the TEAS test to be eligible for admission. If the applicant scores below the 58.7 percentile, she/he will not be eligible to retake the TEAS test for 60 days. A student may take the TEAS test only twice in a calendar year. TEAS test scores are valid for three (3) years. 10. The application deadline at the completion of Spring semester for the following Fall admission. All applications received after March 1, 2016 will be considered on a selective admission basis. If you are not accepted to the program, you will need to reapply the following year. The LPN to RN program also accepts applications at the beginning of the Fall semester for the Spring semester start. Once all of the admission requirements have been met and a complete application is submitted to the Registrar s office, you will receive a response letter by mid-june and mid- September. 11. Students accepted into the Nursing Program must remain in continuous good standing (GPA of 2.5) for final enrollment into the Nursing Program. It must be understood by all students accepted into the Nursing Program that a grade of C or better must be achieved in all nursing and non-nursing courses in the Nursing curriculum. Grades of C - or below cannot be used toward course work required for graduation.
3 Additional Considerations Felony and Misdemeanor Convictions According to Section of the Ohio Revised Code, nursing students are responsible for informing the Department Chair/Director of Nursing, early and during the program, of any misdemeanor or felony convictions so that students may be informed of the steps the Ohio Board of Nursing will take before considering their application to sit for the licensing examination. According to Ohio HB327, anyone previously convicted of, pleaded guilty to, or had a judicial finding of guilt for an egregious felony will be precluded from initial licensure. Egregious felonies are aggravated murder, murder, voluntary manslaughter, felonious assault, kidnapping, rape, sexual battery, gross sexual imposition, aggravated arson, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary. Any student who has been convicted of an egregious felony will not be admitted to the nursing program. Any student who is convicted of an egregious felony while enrolled in the nursing program will be dismissed and not be readmitted. Criminal Background Checks If you have been convicted of certain felonies or misdemeanors, you may be refused placement at clinical/practicum site. You must complete placements at clinical/practicum sites in order to obtain your degree in certain programs. Also, certain convictions may make you ineligible to take the licensure or certification examinations. Therefore, in order to guide your program decision at Stark State, both FBI and BCI Criminal Background checks must be done prior to application to a health program through the Stark State Security Office located on the first floor of the S Building. You will receive the results of the background checks in the mail along with a letter stating whether you may be refused placement at clinical/practicum sites or may be ineligible for licensure in the future. Background checks may have to be repeated upon program entry if more than a year has passed since the original background check, or unless there is an indication that the applicant s background has changed. Annual background checks are required for clinical placement. Within one year of graduation, the student should also request a copy of the background check be sent to the Ohio Board of Nursing in preparation for taking the NCLEX licensure exam. Please refer to the Health Sciences landing page at for a list of potential disqualifying offenses for work and licensure in health programs. Criminal background checks will be required for all students prior to application to a Health Sciences program. It is a Health Sciences Division policy to refer to various sections of the Ohio Law & Regulations for certification and licensure boards that persons convicted of certain felonies or misdemeanors may wish not to pursue health programs at Stark State College because that person may not be able to take the licensure or certification examinations, may be refused acceptance of placement by the clinical/practicum sites, or may have restrictions placed on their ability to practice. For more information, refer to Ohio Revised Code Section or contact the applicable licensure/certification board. Stark State College 6200 Frank Avenue NW North Canton, OH STARK ( ) The College reserves the right to change this process at any time. This does not constitute a part of a contract between the applicant and the College
4 STARK STATE COLLEGE Health and Human Services Division ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING PROGRAM CURRICULUM PLAN: SEMESTER PLAN LPN to RN PROGRAM Pre-Nursing Semester I Semester II Semester III Transition for the LPN NSG credits 2 hour class 0.5 hour lab/sim 1.5 hour clinical Clinical Reasoning in Current Nursing Practice NSG credits 2 hour class Anatomy & Physiology I BIO credits 2 hour college lab General Psychology PSY 121 Total Credits 54 Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Patients with Mental Illness Issues NSG hour class 0.5 hour lab/sim 1 hour clinical Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of the Reproducing and Developing Family NSG credits 2.5 hour class 0.5 hour lab/sim 1 hour clinical Human Growth & Development PSY 123 Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Adult Patients with Stable and Unstable Acute Conditions NSG credits 0.5 hour lab/sim 1.5 hour clinical Statistics MTH 124 College Composition I ENG 124 Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Patients Across the Lifespan with Complex Conditions NSG credits 5 hour class 1 hour lab/sim 3 hour clinical Sociology SOC 121 Anatomy & Physiology II BIO credits 2 hour college lab Principles of Microbiology BIO credits 3 hour college lab Stark State College 6200 Frank Avenue NW North Canton, OH STARK ( ) The College reserves the right to change this process at any time. This does not constitute a part of a contract between the applicant and the College.
5 STARK STATE COLLEGE Health Sciences Division ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING PROGRAM PROJECTED COST OF NURSING PROGRAM LPN to RN and Paramedic to RN Cohorts COST ITEM FIRST YEAR First Three Semesters SECOND YEAR Last Two Semesters Nursing Pre-Admission Examination (TEAS) $ N/A Tuition & General Fees (Tuition is $153.60/hr) 27 credits = 4, credits = 4, Nursing Books & Supplies (does not include cost of books for sciences and general studies) ID Badges (photo) N/A Liability Insurance Health Requirements (Physical & Immunizations) CPR certification - BLS N/A Uniforms N/A Standardized Testing including NCLEX Review Course (Total $ ) Make-Up Experience Fee Clinical (maximum days permitted: 1-clinical rotation) 25.00/hour Total potential per rotation = /hour Total potential per rotation = Health Insurance go to for plans and prices variable variable Background FBI and BCII Certified Background N/A Graduation Expenses: Fingerprinting/Background Check with BCII & FBI Nursing Pin OBN License Application NCLEX License Application Graduation Pinning Graduation Pictures N/A TOTALS - FIRST & SECOND YEAR (approximate totals) $7, $5, TOTAL $13, Stark State College 6200 Frank Avenue NW North Canton, OH STARK ( ) The College reserves the right to change this process at any time. This does not constitute a part of a contract between the applicant and the College.
6 STARK STATE COLLEGE Health Sciences Division ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING PROGRAM ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF A STUDENT IN THE NURSING PROGRAM It is important to be aware of essential functions required of nurses in the performance of day-today role responsibilities in order to provide for the health and safety of patients. A Registered Nurse has job related physical demands rating of Medium Work (U.S. Department of Labor) which implies frequent 20 pounds lifting and infrequent lifting of 50 pounds and over. Typical physical job demands of nurses include: continuous standing, prolonged walking, prolonged sitting, pushing/pulling, supporting, twisting, bending, squatting, reaching forward and reaching overhead in the provision of patient care and manipulating and using equipment related to patient care. Nurses are expected to routinely work 12-hour shifts both day and night. Other Essential Functions include but are not limited to: Gross and fine motor skills: sufficient skills to provide safe and effective nursing care. (i.e. perform vital signs, CPR, drawing up and giving injections, hanging IV s and tube feedings). Skills of observation: accurate visual, auditory and tactile observation of patients (i.e. listening to breath and heart sounds, discriminating subtle changes in color, hearing alarms, call bells, cries for helps by clients and staff); accurate visual, auditory and tactile observation of instruments, therapeutic devices and measuring devices (i.e. read electronic charts, monitors and thermometers, manipulate an intravenous infusion device). Communication: speak, write and use English language effectively, use computers and interpret nonverbal communication while maintaining sensitivity to individual cultural and economic differences (i.e. ability to use electronic documentation and communication devices, follow verbal and written instructions, provide effective client teaching, and consult and communicate with other health care providers in a professional manner). Analytical Skills/Critical Thinking: skills sufficient to process and interpret information, to transfer knowledge from one situation to another and to prioritize tasks, and problem solve in a timely manner. Professionalism, Ethics and Conduct: personal conduct, dress and hygiene that is professional, safe, ethical, and legal in accordance with the Ohio Nurse Practice Act and ANA s Nursing Code of Ethics, ANA s Standards of Practice, and NLN Core Values. Reasonable accommodations might be provided for any qualified student with a documented condition. It is the responsibility of the student to request reasonable accommodation as early as possible. Students seeking accommodations must seek services through the Disability Services.
7 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS What are the steps to get into the program? Prospective nursing students MUST attend a mandatory nursing information meeting to obtain an application. The application has a checklist that will assist students. It is advised to go to an information meeting as soon as possible. The schedule of meetings is listed on the website. If, after reading this information I still have questions, who should I contact? Call the Admissions Office (330) to schedule an appointment with a SSC Academic Advisor, for first time students to the College, or contact your assigned faculty Academic Advisor. If you still have unresolved questions, contact the Nursing Department Chair, the LPN to RN Program coordinator or Paramedic to RN program coordinator. How many students are accepted each Fall Semester? Basic ADN Nursing Program = Sixty (60) students are accepted each fall semester for the day program. There are twenty (20) students accepted each fall into the evening/weekend program. Five seats in the evening/weekend program are reserved for Mercy Medical Center employees. RN Completion for LPN = Class size is limited to twenty four (24) students for each entrance time. Because the number of eligible applicants may exceed the number of openings for a class, admission is granted on a space available basis. LPN to RN program has admissions in both the Fall and Spring semesters. RN Completion for Paramedics = Twenty four (24) students are accepted for each fall semester. Is there currently a waitlist to get into the program? No. However, seats can fill quickly so it is your best interest to submit your application as soon as it is complete. Please check with the Nursing Department Chair or Nursing Program Coordinator for seat availability updates. What are the application deadlines and notification dates? Refer to the program website. To get an application, you MUST attend a mandatory nursing information meeting. A completed application must include the following: Background check results 3.0 GPA TEAS results (PAX results will be accepted for admission to the class of Fall 2016 only) How soon will I know that I am accepted into the program after I apply? Applications are processed on a regular basis prior to March 1, Eligible applicants will be notified by mail of their placement in the class. This information cannot be given out over the telephone. After March 1, 2016, the programs will go to a Selective Admission process. All application received after March 1, 2016 will be processed after the completion of the Spring semester and applicants will be notified by mid June. Will I get a degree upon completion of the program? Yes. The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Degree is awarded. Do I receive my Registered Nurse license upon graduation? Successful completion of the program meets state and national eligibility requirements to sit for the National Licensing Examination for Registered Nurses.
8 Is the program accredited? Stark State College s Associate Degree in Nursing Program has FULL approval from the Ohio Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) 3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 850 Atlanta, GA Phone: Fax: Website: Is financial aid available? Yes. SSC s Financial Aid Office can provide information related to available grants, loans, and scholarships. Call (330) , ext to make an appointment. What hours will I be in attendance at school while enrolling in the Nursing Program? The schedule varies during the year. Clinical scheduling varies and students may have clinicals on any shift or days during the week, including weekends. The evening/weekend program may have clincals on any shift but will be limited to the evenings and/or weekends. Students are advised not to schedule other activities until the schedules are posted each semester. No student may work the shift before they are schedule for clinicals per our hospital contracts. Can I work while enrolled in the Nursing Program? It is acknowledged that students must continue to work while enrolled in the program; however, it is recommended that students be employed on a part time basis. The actual number of work hours will vary, depending on individual student circumstances. Can I attend part time? Students who complete all or most of their non nursing courses prior to enrolling will have reduced course loads roughly equivalent to part time study. Students may take all non nursing courses on a part time basis prior to entering the Nursing Program. Students must complete the nursing courses in sequence as listed. What is the TEAS test? When is it given? Is there a fee for this test? The TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) test is a standardized exam which, in combination with other indicators, is helpful in predicting the academic success of potential candidates. It tests verbal ability, mathematics and science, taking about three hours. Tests are administered on a monthly basis. Refer to the Stark State College Nursing Program website for TEAS test information, test dates and a list of study resources. Registration is made only through the Testing Center in room M202 or call the testing center at X4500 to sign up for a testing date. What if I took the PAX test in the past? The PAX test can be used ONLY for the Fall 2016 admission. After that, the TEAS test will be required. Is experience in the health care field helpful? Yes. Familiarity with the health care setting and terminology is beneficial. Program eligibility requirements are the same, however, for all applicants regardless of past work experiences. Do I have to be licensed to practice nursing? Yes. To apply for a license in any state, one must graduate from an approved program, apply for licensure in the respective state, and pass the National Licensing Examination (NCLEX RN).
9 Are there job opportunities available? Yes. Associate Degree Nurses are employed in a variety of health care settings. Graduates are encouraged to continue their education, working toward a bachelor degree in nursing, to further expand their employment opportunities. Can credits earned in the program be transferred or applied to a baccalaureate degree? Yes. Graduates can easily matriculate into the various local colleges and universities BSN programs. The Associate Degree Nursing program has written articulation agreements to continue with an RN to BSN program at other Universities. How long is the program? ADN Nursing Program = A minimum of five semesters is required to complete the 64 credit hour program. *Each nursing course is offered only at select times each year and must be taken in the listed sequences. Can I transfer in credits from other colleges? Please refer to the SSC Catalog regarding transfer of courses. The Admissions Department evaluates transcripts in relation to transferability of course work. While courses may be transferred with a grade of C or D from another university or college, the Nursing Department will not accept those courses transferred with a C or D toward graduation requirements. All non nursing courses in the nursing curriculum must be completed with a grade of C or better. What do I need to know about the application procedure for licensure? Candidates who wish to sit for the NCLEX RN (Registered Nursing Licensing Examination) will be required to submit their fingerprints to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCII) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). For more details, contact the Ohio Board of Nursing Web site at What are the essential functions of a student in the nursing program? It is important to be aware of essential functions required of nurses in the performance of day to day role responsibilities in order to provide for the health and safety of patients. A Registered Nurse has job related physical demands rating of Medium Work (U.S. Department of Labor) which implies frequent 20 pounds lifting and infrequent lifting of 50 pounds and over. Typical physical job demands of nurses include: continuous standing, prolonged walking, prolonged sitting, pushing/pulling, supporting, twisting, bending, squatting, reaching forward and reaching overhead in the provision of patient care and manipulating and using equipment related to patient care. Nurses are expected to routinely work 12 hour shifts both day and night. Other Essential Functions include but are not limited to: Gross and fine motor skills: sufficient skills to provide safe and effective nursing care. (i.e. perform vital signs, CPR, drawing up and giving injections, hanging IV s and tube feedings). Skills of observation: accurate visual, auditory and tactile observation of patients (i.e. listening to breath and heart sounds, discriminating subtle changes in color, hearing alarms, call bells, cries for helps by clients and staff); accurate visual, auditory and tactile observation of instruments, therapeutic devices and measuring devices (i.e. read electronic charts, monitors and
10 thermometers, manipulate an intravenous infusion device). Communication: speak, write and use English language effectively, use computers and interpret nonverbal communication while maintaining sensitivity to individual cultural and economic differences (i.e. ability to use electronic documentation and communication devices, follow verbal and written instructions, provide effective client teaching, and consult and communicate with other health care providers in a professional manner). Analytical Skills/Critical Thinking: skills sufficient to process and interpret information, to transfer knowledge from one situation to another and to prioritize tasks, and problem solve in a timely manner. Professionalism, Ethics and Conduct: personal conduct, dress and hygiene that is professional, safe, ethical, and legal in accordance with the Ohio Nurse Practice Act and ANA s Nursing Code of Ethics, ANA s Standards of Practice, and NLN Core Values. Reasonable accommodations might be provided for any qualified student with a documented condition. It is the responsibility of the student to request reasonable accommodation as early as possible. Students seeking accommodations must seek services through the Disability Services. Specific Answers to LPN to RN program When can I start the LPN to RN program? The LPN to RN program admits students in the Spring semester at the Wayne satellite in Smithville, OH. The Fall admission are at both the Alliance satellite in Alliance, OH and at the Main campus. Do I need to take the NACE test? No. The NACE test is no longer an admission requirement. All LPN s must now take the TEAS test. How long is the program? RN Completion for LPN = A minimum of four semesters is required to complete the LPN RN sequence of the program. *Each nursing course is offered only at select times each year and must be taken in the listed sequences. Do I need a minimum GPA to apply to the program? Yes. All nursing programs require a minimum GPA of 3.0.
STARK STATE COLLEGE Dear Prospective Nursing Applicant: Thank you for inquiring about the Associate Degree in Nursing Program at Stark State College (SSC). Please note that all information is subject to
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