Parkland College’s Associate Degree Nursing Program equips you for elementary practice in a variety of outpatient, community-based, inpatient, and long-term settings.
The mission and aim of the Parkland College Associate Degree Nursing program is to offer a comprehensive syllabus of nursing theory, general education, and clinical experiences necessary to the role of the professional nurse. The undergraduate nursing course at Parkland College has the accreditation of the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC).
About the school
Parkland College is a public two-year college in Champaign, Illinois, an institution member of the Illinois Community College System serving Community College District 505. District 505 includes all of Ford County, and parts of Champaign, Coles, Moultrie, DeWitt, Douglas, Edgar, Iroquois, Livingston, McLean and Vermilion Counties. Parkland College enrolls about 18,000 students annually.
It lies near the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. It has off-campus locations for teaching at Mattis Avenue, Parkland College on Mattis at 1307-1319 N. and the Collision Repair Training Center at 31 E. Kenyon Road, all in Champaign.
Total Program Cost for In-District $ 17,234.74
Total Program Cost for Out of District $ 31,718.74
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
The Selective Admissions Process
NOTE: Nursing is a competitive selective admissions program. You may not take any NUR courses until you have been admitted to the Nursing Program. You must first complete an application to Parkland College. Acceptance to Parkland College does not indicate acceptance to the Nursing Program.
- Complete the online orientation “Get the Facts” and the associated survey.
- Apply and be accepted to Parkland College.
- Transcripts (all transcripts must be sent from the original institution directly to Parkland)
- High School or GED
- All College transcripts (other than Parkland)
- ACT scores (if less than 24 months after your high school graduation date) 4. Call Parkland Admissions to verify transcripts have been received: (217) 351-2482 5. Check with Admissions to see if you need assessment testing. Assessment Testing – call (217) 351-2432 to schedule your tests. 6. Reading – Place into College level reading or have earned a C or above in CCS 099 7. English – you must be eligible to enroll in ENG 101 or ESL 101
- Is English your 2nd language? If so, you must take the TOEFL and achieve a minimum or greater scores in reading, listening, speaking and writing. 20-22-26-20. 8. Math – Place into MAT 108 or above (assessment is good for 2 years)
2400 West Bradley Ave
Champaign, IL 61821
217.351.2200 | 888.467.6065
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