General Application and Admission Information

 The Application Process

For specific admission criteria, scoring guide, or course sequence to Cumberland County College nursing programs, please click on the specific program brochure below.

Students must complete the Nursing Application Activation Form in order to be considered for acceptance in the Nursing Program.

For activation information or to activate your file, click here!.

Activation deadlines are as follows:

Entry into RN or PN program Oct. 1 - Feb. 1 for admission selection for the Fall class.

LPN to RN Transition Option, July 1 - Oct 1 for admission selection for the Spring class.

The CCC Nursing Program only accepts admissions into each program once pr year. Further information can be obtained by looking at the program handbooks and by calling the Nursing Department (ext. 1304) or Admissions (ext. 1220)

The following documents must be submitted together with the activation form during specific deadlines listed above:

An Official High School transcript with Date of graduation or GED Scores Official transcripts from other colleges attended ATI TEAS V exam *results only valid for 2 years Official LPN transcript and current LPN license (LPN-RN transition applicants)

The ATI TEAS V schedule and dates are available from the Center for Academic and Student Success (CASS) center.

For FAQs on the ATI TEAS V Click here! For additional information and to purchase a study manual, and/or practice exam, please visit www.atitesting.com

Students applying to the LPN-RN transition program must take the ATI LPN STEP. For FAQs on the ATI LPN STEP click here! For additional information and to purchase a study manual, and/or practice exam, please visit www.atitesting.com

Admission Considerations
CCC endorses the concepts of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all, regardless of color, race, religion, gender, age, national origin, physical handicap, place of birth, marital status, or liability for military service.

The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization (JCAHO), the primary accreditating body for our clinical agencies, has mandated Criminal History Background Checks for all individuals engaged in patient care. If the criminal background check prohibits clinical placement, the student will be unable to attend the program.

Students must be able to perform the duties and functions of a nurse.

Upon Acceptance to the Nursing Program and Prior to Enrollment students must provide proof of malpractice insurance, health insurance, certification in Basic Life Support through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross, a completed negative Criminal History Background Check, and a complete health and immunization record and a negative urine drug test.

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Admissions Information

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