Student must obtain admission to Mayland. (The application to MCC is separate from the application to the Practical Nursing program.) Acceptance to MCC is the first step for application to the Associate Degree Nursing (Practical Nursing) program.
Student must submit a completed application packet for the ADN program by the published deadline.
Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.0
Student must be eligible for college level English and Math courses; placement determined by high school GPA or placement test scores.
Student must be able to meet the essential functions required for nursing.
Kaplan’s Admission Test is a tool to determine if students have the academic skills necessary to perform effectively in a school of nursing. The Admission Test is a 91-question, multiple-choice test that evaluates the basic reading, math, writing and science skills of students seeking entry into a nursing program.
All students who wish to be considered for the nursing program must complete the Kaplan Admission Exam at Mayland and meet the designated benchmark scores. Students will schedule an appointment to take the exam during or following the application period.
Scores from other testing facilities are not accepted. There is no fee for the Kaplan Admission Exam. There is one testing session consisting of multiple test dates per semester (fall and spring); students are only permitted to take the exam once during each testing session. Scores are valid for 2 years from test date.
Students will be required to submit completed medical forms once accepted into the nursing program. Forms will be given to students at their first orientation and include:
The following vaccination information is required
The clinical facilities require a Background Check and Drug Test. It may be required more than once during the program. Instructions for obtaining background check and to drug test will be given to students at their first orientation.
For more information, please contact Christy Cooper (828) 766-1356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.