Nursing Center

Nursing Admissions

 

Step 1 - Apply to SCC

  1. Complete and submit a SCC Admissions Application
  2. Submit official high school transcript or GED, along with official college transcript (if applicable)
  3. Register to take the ACCUPLACER placement test or provide proof (contact Admissions for exemptions)
  4. Submit proof of immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella (if born after 1956)

 

Step 2 - Preparing for ATI TEAVS V

Start studying for ATI TEAS V - Nursing Entrance Exam

  • Topics include: Reading, Math, Science, English & Language Usage
  • Study Guides and prcactice exams can be purchased at SCC's bookstore or ATI website
  • TEAS V study manaul and online practice assessments (form A & B) cost $109

 

Step 3  - Sign up & take TEAS

Sign up for ATI TEAS V - Nursing Entrance Exam cost $70

  • Dates & times are online
  • TEAS must be taken on SCC Campus
  • TEAS scores are valid for two years from the time taken
  • You may take the TEAS 3 times in 1 year

 

Step 4 - Meeting Admissions Criteria

All Nursing Applicants: Need a minimum of 50% in Math & Reading

ADN Applicants: Total score of 60% or higher will be accepted for consideration; however, a score of 70% or higher is preferred.

PN Applicants: Total score of 50% or higher will be accepted for consideration; however, a score of 58% or higher is preferred.

 

Step 5 - Complete Rubic & Checklist  - (download & print RUBRIC)

  1. Add each section of rubic, if applicable, for the total number of points earned
    • Class grade(s)
    • TEAS "total" score
    • Work experience (ADN Applicants ONLY)
    • Salem County residents or current SCC students
    • Add up total points earned
  2. Complete Student Checklist

 

Step 6 - Submit Packets

  1. Documents
    • ATI Transcript
    • Rubic Sheet
    • Student Checklist
    • Highschool / GED & College Official Sealed Transcripts (if applicable)
    • ADN applicants must provide a copy of an active LPN license
    • Make a copy of packet
  2. Packet must be received in Tillis Hall room TIL215 by 3pm on Friday, April 8, 2015

 

Nursing Accreditation

Salem Community College’s nursing programs are accredited by The New Jersey Board of Nursing 124 Halsey Street Newark, NJ 07102 973.504.6430 and the Associate Degree in Nursing Program is accredited until Fall 2016 with Warning by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) 3343 Peachtree Road, NE Suite 850 Atlanta, GA 30326 404.975.5000 www.acenursing.org.