Transition LPN to ADN courses are taught in the spring semester.
Nursing Application Dates for 2018
Spring 2018 Transition (LPN-to-ADN)
Spring 2087 Transition applications will be accepted from August 1 – September 15, 2017.
Application Requirements for Spring 2018
- Graduation from an accredited/registered high school or a recognized equivalency, such as a GED diploma.
- Minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA (not rounded). All transcripts are required by the end of Fall semester 2017. Craven GPA will be used if an applicant has completed 12 or more semester hours at Craven.
- DRE 096 through DRE 098 completed satisfactory course completion or placement testing.
- DMA 010 through DMA 050 completed by satisfactory course completion or placement testing by the end of Fall semester 2017.
- A chemistry course in high school or college (CHM 090 or above) must be completed by the end of Fall 2017 with an earned grade of ‘C’ or higher.
- Graduation from an approved Practical Nursing program.
- Current license as an LPN in North Carolina.
- Complete all first semester ADN general education courses with a minimum grade of ‘C’ before Spring 2018: ACA 111, 122, or 118 College Success; BIO 168 Anatomy and Physiology I; ENG 111 Writing and Inquiry; PSY 150 General Psychology
- LPN to ADN Admission Ratings Worksheet Spring 2018 Admission
LPN to ADN Nursing Application for Spring 2018
Click LPN to ADN Transition Nursing application to access the Spring 2017 online application by using your Craven Community College student email address and password. The application will be available from August 1 – September 15, 2017
To access the application, no other Gmail account can be logged in on your computer or device. If you receive a message saying that you nee “permission,” log out of all other Gmail accounts and log in with your Craven student Gmail only.
If you do not have a Craven Community College student email and password, click here to complete a general admission application. Follow the instructions that you receive in a return email from Admissions to confirm your intent to enroll. You will receive a letter from the Admissions staff with your Craven Community College Student ID number and instructions for accessing your Craven Community College student email, and accessing WebAdvisor, Craven’s student web portal.
Nursing Programs are approved by the North Carolina Board of Nursing
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For further information, please contact
Admissions Specialist for Health Programs – Jolie Huffman, email@example.com 252-639-2025
Director of Nursing – Tracy Calcutt, firstname.lastname@example.org 252-638-2765