Alabama Southern Community College
Highway 21 South
Monroeville, Alabama 36461
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ADN Program Details
The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program is designed to prepare registered nurses to deliver nursing care in a variety of settings. The graduating nurse will be able to provide nursing care in the hospital, long-term care, clinics, community health, and other health-related facilities. Upon completion of the nursing program, an Associate in Applied Science Degree is awarded by the college. Nursing graduates may apply to take the National Council Licensing Exam-RN (NCLEX-RN) upon graduation.
Alabama Southern is your best choice for pursuing an ADN degree. You will have the advantage of learning from qualified instructors in small classes where you will receive individual attention and assistance. You'll also have the advantage of working in some of the best-equipped labs in the state. Alabama Southern's instructors teach to individual learning styles, and our nursing graduates traditionally have a high NCLEX-RN pass rate.
For all ASCC Nursing Program Application material please see the Document Upload section under Nursing.
ADN Admission Requirements
Minimum admission standards for the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program includes:
-Unconditional admission to Alabama Southern Community College.
-Receipt of completed application for the ADN Nursing Program by March 1st.
-Receipt of high school transcript or copy of GED certificate and all prior official college transcripts.
-Minimum of 2.5 GPA (based on the last 24 credit hours) for students with previous college work.
-Minimum of 2.5 high school GPA for students without prior college work (GED acceptable).
-Student must be eligible for English 101, Math 116, and Anatomy & Physiology I (BIO 201) as determined by Alabama Southern Community College policy.
-Good standing with Alabama Southern Community College.
-Meeting the essential functions or technical standards required for nursing.
-You must have completed the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) prior to application. The TEAS test must have been taken within the last 3 years prior to admission. This test may be repeated only after a 6 week time period has lapsed.