Nursing Nursing

Nursing

FCC Nursing Programs

 

Frederick Community College offers The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program, The Practical Nursing (LPN) Certificate, and the Transition-to‐RN Program. If you are interested in any of these the Nursing Program options, you need to complete an admissions application for Frederick Community College.  If you have not completed college-level English and math courses, you will need to take FCC’s English and math placement tests. If you have completed college course work at any undergraduate institution, you will need to have official transcripts from each undergraduate institution attended sent to FCC’s Registration and Records Office.   Contact FCC’s Admissions Office for information and answers to questions regarding application to the College, sending official transcripts, and placement testing.

 

Essential Information for Prospective and Current Students

 

ADMISSIONS

In addition to the admissions requirements of Frederick Community College, the Nursing Program has additional requirements for students who are interested in the program. Admission to FCC’s Nursing Program is competitive and priority is given to residents of Frederick County. A separate application for admission to FCC’s Nursing Program must be submitted by February 1 for the daytime cohort of the LPN or fall ADN program, or by September 15 for the evening and weekend cohort of the spring ADN program. The application to FCC’s Nursing Program is in addition to the application required for admission to Frederick Community College.

 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Please review the important information below regarding application and admission criteria for FCC’s Nursing Program.

 


Health Requirements
 

 

 


Other Requirements
 

 


Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)
 

Criteria for Clinical Classes
 

Prerequisites
 

Clinical Requirements
 

Math Testing
 

Nursing Student Handbook
 

Information Sessions
 

Accreditation
 

Program Goals & Outcomes: NCLEX, Graduation, & Employment
 

Contact Information