You must meet these requirements before you can apply to the ADN program.
- A grade of C or better is required for all general education and support courses:
- BIO 255,
- BIO 263 and 264,
- ENG 151,
- HCE 110,
- HCE 111,
- HFE 250,
- PHI 251,
- PSY 151,
- PSY 250,
- and SPE 151 (or equivalent courses).
- BIO 255, BIO 263 and 264 (or equivalent) must have been completed within five years of acceptance into the nursing program.
- CHM 164 or an equivalent must be completed if high school chemistry was either not taken or taken more than five years ago. Grade of C or better required in CHM 164 and B or better in high school chemistry.
- The cumulative GPA for general education and support courses must equal 2.5 or better.
- MAT 079 or MAT 099 or a college algebra course with a C or better or placement into MAT 161 on the Math Placement Exam is required.
- You must complete the preadmission test (TEAS®). See annual test dates and procedures.
- You must be a Certified Nurse Assistant with documentation of good standing on the Illinois Health Care Worker (IHCW) Registry (formerly the Nurse Aide Registry). This documentation can be found at the IHCW Registry web site.
- Preference will be given to residents of Community College District #528. Check to see if you live in District 528.
Note: If you do not meet these admission requirements, you should not apply for the nursing program. If you have questions about how to meet these requirements, please contact an advisor.