ADN APPLICATION STATUS INFORMATION- Updated 4/11/18
NOTICE: ADN Applicants and ADN alternates have been notified for the Nursing Program fall 2018 semester co-hort via @ email.
Emails will be sent on April 12, 2018 to Nursing applicants that did not make the Nursing Program for fall 2018 Co-hort. Next application period for Spring 2019 co-hort is August 15th - September 15, 2018 and closes at 1 p.m.
Student may make an appointment with Yuba College Counseling to discuss how scores may be increased.
LVN-RN Applicants Status- Updated 4/12/18
Applicants selected for the LVN to RN admission will be contacted this summer via @go email as soon as candidates are selected. Candidates not selected will be notified via @go email to re-apply for spring 2019.
Immunization Requirement: All Nursing students that are selected to the Nursing program are now required to obtain titers lab reports for the following:
The result must state "positive/immune" or "reactive" and submission of lab reports will be required at the time of enrollment. If a lab report does not show these results an official letter from your primary care provider that the immunizations, boosters and titers will not show immunity will be accepted. If there are questions, please check with your primary care provider.
For Students applying at Yuba College- TEAS Exam will be accepted one (1) time per year. If you wish to take the TEAS Exam a second time within a year, you will need to make an appointment with the Director of Nursing.
IMPORTANT UPDATE IN APPLICATION PROCESS:
The following is information related to the selection process for students.
For Students applying to Yuba College, TEAS exam will be accepted one (1) time per year. If you wish to take the TEAS Exam a second time within a year, you will need to make an appointment with the Director of Nursing by calling 530-741-6784 and submit the ATI TEAS Exam Remediation/Retest Approval Request form. Those that took the TEAS at Yuba need only to document the date of the first exam or second approved remediation score and test code, and the Nursing office will print score if taken within the previous 8 months prior to application period. Otherwise applicant will need to send electronically.
The 10 year recency policy has been eliminated for the following courses: Applicants will now be able to apply to our program without time limit restrictions for when their prerequisite coursework was completed, granted each course was passed with a "C" or better (GPA requirements for some coursework is 2.5). Penalties for repeated courses 10 years or older will not be applied.
The Director will determine the final selection process for those applying.
Military education and experiences credit: Program Policy 006.2 grants credit for military education and experiences towards nursing courses through evaluation and/or challenge exams.