St. Clair County Community College
323 Erie St.
Port Huron, Michigan 48061
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Nursing Programs OfferedADN Programs
ADN Program Details
The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) prepares students to enter the profession of nursing. Upon successful completion of the required courses, the graduate is eligible to write a national licensure examination to become a Registered Nurse. The program is two years in length and includes liberal arts and nursing courses. However, a student may choose to complete any of the liberal arts courses prior to admission to the ADN program.
Transportation to and from the clinical facility is the sole responsibility of the student. In all nursing programs, students are required to purchase uniforms approved by the nursing department.
The pre-admission requirements are:
-Minimum selective GPA of 2.7 based on courses that apply to the ADN program (current high school students is overall 3.0 GPA based on 10th and 11th grade college prep courses).
-Complete BIO 171 Human Anatomy/Physiology I, or equivalent, with a grade of 2.0 “C” or better, by Jan. 15 of application year.
-Students applying directly from high school, must have completed biology and chemistry in high school with a grade of “C” or better by Jan. 15 of application year. They must also complete BIO 171 before starting the program. Official high school transcripts must be sent to the Nursing Department.
-All biology A & P courses, HE 101, and HE 224 must be completed within five academic years of admission to the Nursing program.
-Complete HE 101 Math Related to Drug Administration, or equivalent, with minimum of 80% by Jan. 15 of application year.
-All pre-nursing and general education requirements must have a "C" or better if student wishes to be considered in the applicant pool.
-Assessment tests are required if the student has not previously attended college. Arrangements for assessments can be made by calling the Achievement Center at (810) 989-5555.
-HESI pre-admission test must be taken at SC4. Letter confirming receipt of application will explain procedure.
LPN Program Details
The Practical Nursing program prepares the graduate to provide direct patient care with supervision. Upon successful completion of the required courses, the graduate is eligible to write a national licensure examination to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN). The program is one year in length. However, the student may select a part-time schedule and complete the required courses over a two-year time span (available only in Port Huron).
-High school graduate or successful completion of the G.E.D. test
-Achievement of overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or better in high school or college-level academic work
-Competitive score on the HESI Pre-admission test