The Glen Oaks Community College Laddered Associate of Science in Nursing Degree Program will begin classes every Spring semester. In addition to meeting the general requirements of the College for admission, there are requirements pertinent to each level. After acceptance into the program, documentation of having met health guidelines must be submitted and remain current for the duration of the program.
Thank you for your interest in the Nursing Program at Glen Oaks. We have updated all information here for your information, and the MOST important update to the program that we want all students to be aware of is as follows:
ALL PRE-REQUISITE COURSES FOR THE LEVEL I PROGRAM NEED TO BE COMPLETED BY THE FALL SEMESTER PRECEEDING THE YEAR YOU PLAN TO APPLY TO THE PROGRAM. TESTING FOR LEVEL I IS IN DECEMBER AND ALL PRE-REQS NEED TO BE COMPLETED BY THEN WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
NOTE: YOUR TRANSCRIPTS FROM OTHER COLLEGES, AND HIGH SCHOOL MUST BE "OFFICIAL" BY COMING IN THE MAIL TO GLEN OAKS FROM YOUR SCHOOL(S) AND THE COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE EVALUATED BY THE REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT AFTER YOU TELL THEM TO DO SO. YOU MUST CALL THEM WHEN YOU RECEIVE THE EMAIL SAYING THE TRANSCRIPTS HAVE ARRIVED.
IMPORTANT!!!: PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ACTIVATED YOUR STUDENT EMAIL (1ST INITIAL, LAST NAME, LAST 3 NUMBERS OF YOUR GLEN OAKS ID# @VIKING.GLENOAKS.EDU, SO YOU WILL GET NOTIFICATION FROM THE REGISTRATION OFFICE).
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Level I Packet - 2016
Changes made to the course offerings in Level I as of the Spring 2015 class are included in new packet material: BIO 212 Pathophysiology is no longer in the Level I program, although it may transfer for students seeking their BS in Nursing after completion of the AAS in Nursing degree.
Level II Packet - 2016
Changes made to the course offerings in Level II as of the Spring 2015 class are included in the new packet material: BIO 230 Microbiology is no longer in the Level II program, although it may transfer for students seeking their BS in Nursing after completion of the AAS in Nursing degree. NUR 217 Community Health Nursing is no longer in the curriculum.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE NURSING APPLICATION!!!!
NURSING APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED AT (OR AFTER) YOUR INTERVIEW WITH THE DIRECTOR OF NURSING. AT THE TIME OF YOUR MEETING, YOU MUST REPORT ANY CRIMINAL FELONY OR MISDEMEANOR CHARGES ON A PUBLIC RECORD TO THE DIRECTOR.
- Does Glen Oaks have a waiting list?
- No, we have a testing-in procedure that we follow for admission into the program.
- What is the testing procedure and what is the test?
- We now have a FREE test for entrance. Sign ups every year are posted on the pre-nursing bulletin board outside the nursing office, and you MUST have met with the DON and turned in your nursing application to sign in to a test session. The test is given in December for entry into the following Spring class.
- The procedure is basic, with the top 40 students getting into the program. Entrance ranking score formula consists of the following: Test score = 75% + GPA of Prerequisites = 25% to equal 100%.
- Will my classes transfer from other colleges?
- Level I applicants: previous nursing courses will not transfer, however there are general education classes in the program that will transfer. All equivalency (pre-requisite) courses with a 2.5 GPA or better are transferable for the Glen Oaks nursing program. You must transfer them officially, from your institution to ours through the mail, and you must ask for them to be evaluated for nursing.
- Is the program full or part time, night or day?
- At this point in time we have only a full time program and it is a daytime program only.
- Is Financial Aid available?
- Yes it is, contact the Financial Aid Office at Glen Oaks.
- How do I apply to the Nursing Program?
- You must interview with the Director of Nursing (DON) for help with your plan for entering the program and submit your nursing application at that time, or after, to the DON - nursing office!!!!! This is very important as you will receive the most current information on changes which have or may be taking place in the program.
- If I am not currently a Glen Oaks Student, How do I keep updated on information I need to come into the program?
- By keeping up with the information on the nursing webpage; and general information meetings are held a few times a year. This is the easiest way for you to get information. Dates and times for meetings will be posted when they are set on the nursing office calendar. You MUST meet with the director of the program before you apply. Visit the website regularly for updates and requirement information. You may also call, email or stop in to the office at any time.
- If I don't qualify when I test, does my application get moved automatically to the next year, and will my test score be reusable the next year or do I need to test again?
- You must re-submit an application to be considered and yes, you can keep your test score or retake the test to attempt a higher score...with the most recent test score being used to determine eligibility. Test scores can only be used within a year from the original test date.
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