The open application period is Sept 1 – Jan 15 and late application period is Apr 15 – May 15,
When will I find out if I have been accepted?
Yes, math credits are good for 10 years, all science courses are good for 7 years.
Students typically spend 25+ hours a week outside of class and clinical.
Working is #1 reason students are not successful in nursing programs. Students are encouraged to obtain financial aid, apply for scholarships, and work the least amount possible.
Usually three. Theory classes are usually two days per week and one day a week at clinical.
Classes and labs are on the Mitchell campus only. Clinical sites include:
Applicants that applied during the regular application period will be notified by mid-March; late applicants are notified by the end of May.
Yes, there is no penalty to re-apply. You can also work with the Health Sciences advisor to adjust your plan. Not being accepted doesn’t mean you will never be a nurse, most students take this opportunity to improve their study skills, increase their GPA, and possibly complete additional courses to apply to their BSN.
Upon admission to MCC you will be assigned an advisor. You can meet with your advisor by making an appointment. During your appointment, your advisor will review your status and discuss your options with you. Advisors are also available during each open registration period and can help you in making your course selections.
Clinical facilities will only accept Basic Life Support (BLS) from American Heart Association (AHA). Nursing faculty teach a course at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. Students who do not have current AHA BLS can take the course at the beginning of the semester and submit the documentation after the course prior to attending clinical.
Nursing students participate in many community activities, both in class and through the Student Nurse Association. Recent events have included participation at local health department vaccine clinics, Child Fest, and senior support projects.
Yes. The Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Articulation Agreement (RN to BSN AA) enables students to complete three academic years of nursing education that is transferable to all eleven institutions of the University of North Carolina that operate RN to BSN Programs: