The ADN nursing program at MMCC readies the graduate to organize and delegate proper aspects of care, as well as, collaborate, communicate and coordinate client care with other healthcare providers.
Graduates are ready to succeed in employment in organized healthcare settings and supervise care environments while delivering care to a client or family with multifaceted health care needs.
The graduate will be qualified to apply for the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX-RN) for the Registered Nurse.
About the school
Mid-Michigan Community College is a two-year public community college established in 1965. The college has two full-service locations, one in Mt. Pleasant and another in Harrison.
MMCC awards one and two-year associate degrees and certificates in transfer, health science, and occupational programs. Students can choose from numerous career programs like nursing, welding, radiography, CAD, and many others.
MMCC’s transfer programs aids students prepare for a four-year degree while receiving valuable credits at a reasonable cost.
Amount for tuition &fees is approximately $13,916
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
All Nursing Student Candidates:
- Completion of all prerequisites courses listed on the Curriculum Guide with a minimum grade of “C” with the exception of Anatomy and Physiology courses which requires a minimum grade of “B- “. BIO 141 and BIO 142 must be taken at the same school.
- Anatomy and Physiology courses cannot be older than five years from the date the student formally begins the program.
- Prerequisites may only be taken twice and withdrawals count as an attempt of taking the class. Please follow rules of the exemption policy if prerequisites have been taken more than twice.
- It is the student’s responsibility to make sure all MMCC credits, transfer credits, test outs, are all in order by the application deadline. This can be done by making an appointment with an advisor.
- MMCC admits students to the Nursing Program under a Selective Admission Process. The criteria for admission will be based on:
- GPA in pre-requisite courses (35% of total)
- Entrance Testing (35% of total)
- Number of credits taken at MMCC (10% of total)
- Previous earned degrees (10% of total)
- Previous health care experience (10% of total)
- Bonus points for highly recommended courses
NOTE: All NUR courses in a semester must be passed with a minimum grade of “78%” to progress to the next semester. BIO 138 (or BIO 141 & BIO 142 each) must be passed with a minimum grade of “B‐“ to enter the program. BIO 141 & BIO 142 courses must also be taken at the same institution. If students have taken BIO 138 (or BIO 141 & BIO 142) courses prior to admission to the Nursing Program, the courses must have been completed within five (5) years of the date the student formally begins the Nursing Program. Prerequisites may be repeated only once, which includes withdrawals.
NOTE: Admissions to the MMCC Nursing Program is based on a Selective Admission Process. Highly Recommended Courses will be awarded additional bonus points toward overall admission score. For further information contact the Nursing and Health Technology Department. Final acceptance into the nursing program is based on results of a criminal background check.
NOTE: All NUR courses require a signature on the registration form from the Director of Nursing. Entry level students will receive this form at the orientation scheduled for incoming nursing students.
- Students are only eligible to apply for the nursing program AFTER prerequisite courses are completed.
- Applications are available online on the MMCC Nursing Website www.midmich.edu/nursing. Please make sure you are applying for the appropriate cohort, during the appropriate application months (see dates and deadlines above).
- Letters will be sent to students whether it is an acceptance or denial letter.
- Students that are not admitted may reapply. Students may apply as many times as they choose
HESI Admission Assessment (A2) Exam
The HESI A2 Exam is an admission requirement for all applicants to MMCC’s ADN Nursing Program. The HESI A2 Exam consists of six academic exams and a personality profile that identifies the applicant’s learning style. All applicants for the Nursing Program are required to complete the HESI A2 Exam prior to admission.
Total time allotted to complete the exam is 5.25 hours.
Applicants must schedule the exam online prior to the testing date at www.midmich.edu/nursing
Exam 1 — Reading Comprehension
Exam 2 — Vocabulary & General Knowledge
Exam 3 — Grammar
Exam 5 — Biology
Exam 6 — Anatomy & Physiology
Exam 4 — Basic Math Skills
- Only the English, Math and Science subtests are scored. The results of the Personality Profile sunsets are for the benefit of the student in helping to understand their learnings and personality style and are not calculated in the overall score.
- Register for the exam at www.midmich.edu/nursing ; choose the date you would like to take the exam. Once registered, go to the cashier’s office at either Harrison or Mt. Pleasant and pay a $50.00 fee and obtain a receipt. Keep the receipt as it will need to be presented on the day of the exam.
- There is a study booklet, Admission Assessment Exam Review (Elsevier Health Services), can be purchased at each MMCC Bookstore or online. Please note that Physics and Chemistry will not be included in testing. Admission Assessment Exam Review, 4th Edition, ISBN: 9780323353786
- On the day of the exam, arrive 15 minutes early. Bring only photo identification and receipt to testing. Testing supplies will be issued, including paper and a pencil. Do not bring any personal items to testing. Calculators are not allowed to be used for the exam. The exam is all on a computer.
- Students have the option to retake the test one time but must wait for four months to retest. Students will retest with a different version of the exam— no student will have the same exam items twice. A retesting fee of $50.00 will be charged. Students can take the HESI A2 Exam a maximum of twice. Scores from other schools will not be accepted
Mid-Michigan Community College
1375 S. Clare Ave. Harrison, MI 48625
Submit your review
Leave a Reply