Admission Requirements and Application Information

Additional admission information and requirements for the ADN program are as follows: Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the programs. Please review the Program Admissions chart and Information Guide Powerpoint below

Nursing Programs Admissions

An appointment with a Nursing Programs Academic Advisor is required for a successful application to all Nursing Programs
  ADN LPN to RN
Program Entrance Semesters Summer Semester Admission Fall Semester Admission Spring Semester Admission Summer Semester Admission
Fall Semester Admission
Program Application Deadlines February 1 for Summer Admission June 1 for Fall Admission October 1 for Spring Admission February 1 for Summer Admission June 1 for Fall Admission
Introductory Course SDS 110: Introduction to Associate Degree Nursing SDS 111: Introduction to LPN to Associate Degree Nursing

Nursing Programs Admission Requirements

LCCC College Application Required for application
High School Transcripts Official High School or GED Equivalent Transcript required*
Prior learning credits must include: A ‘C’ or better in 2 lab Sciences, 4 units of English, 3 units of Social Studies, and 2 units of Math (one unit must be Algebra)
*Foreign transcripts must be officially evaluated on a course-by-course basis by either WES (World Educational Services) or ECE (Educational Credential Evaluators) and sent to Lehigh Carbon Community College Office of Student Records and Registration
College Transcripts All Official College Transcripts, if applicable
GPA Minimum 2.2
Pre-Requisites BIO 163*, BIO 164*, ENG 105, MAT 121 and PSY 140
*BIO 163 and BIO 164 must have been taken within the last 7 years
TEAS ADN: Comprehensive 60% or higher (TEAS must be taken at LCCC and must be less than 2 years old) LPN to RN: Not required
LCCC Restricted Application Required
Applicants will receive determination letters by post mail as well as to their college email.  Accepted applicants will begin the program with their respective program’s SDS course.  Progression into the second semester of each program is contingent on the successful completion of the respective SDS introductory course.