Contact Registration to schedule an advising appointment. The advisor will assist
you with developing an academic plan.
Registration Services Information
Academic Plan for Associate in Nursing AN-DTA/MRP
Admission Exams Information
No. You must be currently certified by either Washington or Oregon.
Yes. However, only completed courses may be used in calculating course points for
Yes, as long as you attach proof that you passed both the written and skills tests.
The documentation will be given to you by the examiner at the time of testing.
Please see Course Equivalencies for Nursing. Course credit requirements must be met. An official transcript evaluation must be
completed to confirm equivalence.
You can take the admission tests once every six months.
The theory courses are online, and the clinical courses are completed at assigned
Students must attend a mandatory orientation on campus (one day) at the beginning
of the program.
The skills lab course (NURS 246) is hybrid with on-campus classes held for two weeks
Clinical/practicum is completed during July and August and requires 40 hours/week,
generally Monday through Thursday.
All course tests are completed online. We utilize Honor Lock for proctoring services.
Students are responsible for associated fees.
No. The 1,000 hours must be as an LPN. Because the clinical component is completed
after all coursework, current experience as an LPN within the last three years is
necessary for student success in clinical.
Yes, it is possible, but not easy! You must be motivated, organized, and self-directed.
The course work requires about 30 hours a week.
Please see the Application Dates section of the Nursing Program Application Forms page.
Please see the Nursing Program Student Achievement Data.
We do not maintain a wait list. To be considered for admission, students must apply
during each application cycle. Admission is competitive and based on admission points.
For the LPN Transitions Assessment, we recommend any NCLEX-PN review book. A study
guide for the TEAS is available from the bookstore or ATI.
Yes. Applications are accepted between April 15 and June 30. In August we admit qualified
applicants for the upcoming academic year (Fall-Winter-Spring quarters) on a space-available
basis. Generally, we have 4-6 spaces for each quarter.
Yes, you may re-apply for the next academic year.
Once your application has been received and reviewed, you will be contacted to schedule
the admissions testing on campus.
If you have taken the LPN Transitions Assessment or TEAS exam within one year of your
application, you can submit those scores. The fee charged by ATI for this service
is the student's responsibility (approximately $35). Contact ATI to have the scores released to LCC.
Health & Science Building, 2nd floor (360) 442-2860Fax: (360) 442-2879
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