Applications are currently being accepted for the Class of April 2019 (January 2018, start date). The application deadline is June 30, 2017 for the class entering in January 2018.
Classes are tentatively scheduled to begin on January 8, 2018. Approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing, the curriculum reflects a 16-month nursing program (60 weeks of instruction with breaks throughout), with a requirement of four (4) pre-requisite college credit* courses completed prior to entry, for a potential total of 20 months leading to a diploma in nursing.
To be considered for January 2018, admission, all pre-requisites need to be successfully completed (with a C (2.0) or better) by a date to be determined. An official transcript showing proof of completion must be received by the Washington Health System School of Nursing prior to the start of orientation to begin enrollment with the cohort of students in May 2017.
*Pre-requisite college credits include: Human Anatomy (or Anatomy and Physiology I) with lab, Human Physiology (or Anatomy and Physiology II) with lab, English Composition, and Developmental Psychology. NOTE: All science credits (Anatomy and Physiology) must have been completed within the past five years, as well from the same institution.
The admission procedure includes the ATI TEAS examination with a minimum Academic Preparedness Level of Proficiency with a score of greater than or equal to 65% being recommended. If the ATI TEAS is taken a second time, the higher score will be considered. Applications are also currently being accepted for the Class of 2019 (January, 2018, start date). The deadline for applications and receipt of final transcripts to be determined.
Applications are also currently being accepted for the Class of December 2019 (September 2018 start date). The deadline for applications (approximately 6 months prior to the start date), yet to be determined.
Information Sessions will be held on the following dates between 1:00pm-3:00pm, please call P. Zink at (724) 223-3167 for your appointment.
July 12, 2017 August 9, 2017 September 13, 2017 October 11, 2017 November 8, 2017 December 13, 2017
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