Applying to the Nursing Program
Clark College appreciates your interest in the Nursing program. Please be aware that as a pre-nursing student, you are your own first advisor. It is your responsibility to read and understand all information regarding the Nursing program. You must comply with the application process, submit all necessary documents in a timely manner, and meet the entrance requirements to be eligible for selection into the program.
Who should apply
Caring, compassionate persons who demonstrate reliability, responsibility and respect for others possess traits that are essential for a nurse. It is beneficial to possess a strong aptitude for sciences, good problem solving skills and determination, as the Nursing program is a demanding and time consuming course of study. (Students must be eighteen years old to enter the clinical portion of the nursing program.)
Please be aware that applicants who have failed or been dismissed from a limited-entry program will not receive admission into the Clark College Nursing program.
The Associate Degree Nursing Program is a two-year clinical program with preliminary requirements which must be completed before program entry. Completion of the pre-nursing requirements does not guarantee entrance into the program. The Nursing program has limited enrollment and Clark College reserves the right to determine admissions status.
Please be aware that applicants who have failed or been dismissed from a limited entry program will not receive admission into the Clark College Nursing program.