Info Session

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Read Info Session Overview

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Watch Info Session

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Watch Testimonials

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Complete Session

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Read Info Session Overview

Associate Degree Nursing (ADN)

Students in the Associate Degree Nursing Program are taught the knowledge and skills needed to work with patients and their families in a variety of healthcare settings. Before you proceed to Steps 2, 3 and 4, please review the outcomes.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

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Associate Degree Nursing Graduates first time NCLEX pass rates will be at or above the required 80%, per the TBON rule 215.4(c)(2).

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Program completion:Student retention will be 70% or higher within 150% of the time from entry into the program.

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Program Satisfaction: 80% of the graduates will report satisfaction (3.0 or above mean rating on the Associate Degree Graduate exit survey) with the preparation for nursing practice provided by the program.

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Employer satisfaction: 80% of employers of graduates will report satisfaction (3.0 or above mean rating on employer survey) with the competency of graduates as defined by the student learning outcomes and graduate competencies. Job placements: 80% or more graduates will be employed within six months of the program completion as Registered Nurses.

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Demonstrate self-motivation, responsibility and accountability.

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Watch Info Session

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Step 3

Watch Testimonials

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Step 4

Complete Session

Fill out the form below to complete the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Online Information Session.

Once you have completed the information session, you will receive an email containing the admissions application.

Applications for this program are accepted during the specific application window listed in the Admission Guide. Evaluation of submitted applications begins once the application window has closed. All admissions selection communications will be sent to your HCC student email account so be sure to check this regularly for information, requests and correspondences. If you receive a not admitted letter, you must re-apply during the next appropriate application period.



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