The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum at Randolph Community College provides skills, knowledge, and methods to incorporate safety and quality into nursing care, to practice in an evolving world, and to satisfy personal requirements which impact health, high quality of life, and also achievement of potential.
Course work includes and also builds upon the concepts of healthcare, nursing practice, along with the holistic individual. Content highlights the nurse as an associate of the interdisciplinary team providing safe, individualized care while implementing evidence-based practice, high-quality improvement, and also informatics.
Graduates of this training program meet the criteria to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN).
About The School
Randolph Community College, an associate school of the North Carolina Community College System, is a public two (2) year community college situated in Randolph County, North Carolina, in the USA.
Total estimated program cost is USD $10,120
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
PHASE I – Completed by January 15 (Day)
- New students – complete general admission requirements of Randolph Community College including placement testing, if necessary. Current students – skip to step 2.
- Complete an RCC application.
- Provide official copies of high school transcript and/or adult high school equivalency and all college transcripts. High school seniors must submit current high school transcripts by January 15 and an official high school transcript, upon graduation, by June 15 (transcripts must be received by these dates, not postmarked by these dates).
- Take placement assessment, if needed. Come by the Welcome Center to take the placement assessment. Students who do not meet the cut scores on placement assessment(s) must complete and pass Developmental Studies courses with a grade of “C” or better.
- Meet with Financial Aid Office if necessary.
- Evidence of “C” or greater in the following:
- High School biology, or college-level general biology, or SCI 095
- High school chemistry, or college-level chemistry, or SCI 095
- High school algebra, college algebra, has met the placement test cut score for DMA 050 or has successfully completed DMA 050.
- A 2.5 cumulative grade point average (GPA) on the most recent transcript, college or high school. NOTE: A 2.5 GPA must be maintained throughout the admissions process.
- Attend mandatory information session for the semester and year you plan to enter program. If not admitted, you must attend an information session for the next anticipated admission. Attendance serves as your intent to pursue the Associate Degree Nursing program and meet ALL admission requirements. Students must attend before taking the TEAS V. Information session dates are posted on the RCC website.
PHASE II – Completed by March 15 (Day)
- Take the Test of Essential Academic Skills VI (TEAS VI). NOTE: Students must meet the minimum cut score, however, the higher the score the more points the student will receive in the ranking process for competitive admissions.
Students will be notified by MyRCC email of acceptance into the Associate Degree Nursing Program by April 1 for Fall enrollment and October 1 for Spring enrollment. Students must respond by email within seven calendar days to accept placement in the program. If a student declines or does not respond by the deadline, another student will be offered placement.
PHASE III – Completed by June 15 (Day) of each applying year
Phase III Explanation (Fall)
- Proof of successful completion of a state-approved Nurse Aide 1 Training program, including clinical component.
- Verification of current, active, unrestricted listing on the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Regulation, NAI Registry.
- Current CPR Certification for adult/child/infant/AED as offered by the American Heart Association.
- Completion of student medical information form and evidence of physical and emotional health as defined by the North Carolina Board of Nursing Standards for Educational Unit in Nursing within one year of admission date into the program. Associate Degree Nursing program director or designee will verify medical compliance and documentation.
NOTE: Students should begin immunizations and titers no later than May 1 (Day) or September 30 (evening) in order to meet this deadline.
Randolph Community College
Address: 629 Industrial Park Ave, Asheboro, NC 27205
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