The Yuba College Nursing Program is now accepting applications for the spring 2018 application will be accepted beginning June 1, 2017 through September 20, 2017, 1PM. Applications must be received in the Nursing program office room 2105 by deadline.
Applicants will typically be notified of application status by November 1st for spring admission and May 1st for fall admission.
Spring 2018 Application changes: The point system was updated to allow for a more fair calculation of grades. Additionally, the points for penalties on designated repeated courses has also changed. Total points possible for all criteria is now 100 and the cut score is 42. The Merit-Tool Calculation will not be required to be attached to your application. Even if you do not meet the cut score we encourage you to apply. We will consider your application.
Complete and qualifying applications will be thoroughly evaluated and assigned a score using the Multi-Criteria Screening Process.
Attention Students: Pathophysiology (Nurs 36) and Pharmacology (Nurs 26) will continue to remain as a prerequisite for the Nursing program.
Students are strongly encouraged to review all health requirements (under ADN/RN – Policies/Procedures – Health & Immunization string of the nursing website).
A total of 30 students (+ 10 alternates) are selected for enrollment into the ADN program every semester. The ADN Application Packet and Multi-Criteria Screening Process document are available on the ADN Admission Process page to assist potential applicants in determining their ADN program eligibility. Potential applicants should only apply if they have reviewed these resources and found themselves to be eligible for application. For your convenience, Yuba College is also a TEAS testing site.
Finally, please contact the Yuba College or Woodland Community College Counseling Department should you have any academic-related (pre-requisite and/or degree requirement) questions. Students can make an appointment with Yuba College Counseling by calling (530) 634-7766 or Woodland Community College Counseling at (530) 661-5720.