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Important Information for Health Professions Students

Attention Potential Nursing Students: (posted 11/11/13)

Thank you for your interest in the ADN program. Lincoln Land Community College's Associate Degree Nursing Program is accredited by:

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
3343 Peachtree Road NE
Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
1.404.975.5000
http://www.acenursing.org/

***New Requirements for the RN Admission and program will be in effect for students admitted to Fall 2014 and thereafter. Please click here for the checklist for the RN program. Students are encouraged to meet with a Nursing Advisor to discuss the new requirements as well as when they would be eligible to apply to the program. Please click here for information on the selective admission process and how points are determined. Please note: on the checklist it indicates if students have an ACT of 19 or 20 we will accept that score with "24 program specific hours".

 

24 program specific hours may include a combination of the following but students must have at least one communications, one science and one social science and a total of 24 hours:

Egl 101; Egl 102; PSY 101; SOC 101; BIO 175; BIO 176; BIO 220 *Bio 101 or 111 and CHE 100 or CHE101 can be used in the 24 hours.For more information, please see a nursing advisor.  Update per confirmation with Dean as of 5/13/14

 

The application cycle for the Spring 2015 RN program is now closed. The dates for the Fall 2015 application cycle will soon be posted.

All admission requirements must be complete; no requirements can be 'en-route' or 'in-progress.' Applications are available only on the main campus in Springfield and only from a Nursing Advisor. Please review the Advising hours before coming to campus to see an advisor. Students signing in to see a Nursing Advisor or calling to make an appointment with a Nursing Advisor must specify they are coming in to fill out an application. All college transcripts from each college ever attended, as well as proof of high school graduation via official high school transcripts or GED with graduation date, must be on file with the Records Office AND posted to the student's LLCC transcript. Students cannot proceed with an application unless this, along with all other admission requirements, are complete.

 

 

Attention potential LPN and LPN to RN Transition Program Students: (posted 11/11/13; updated 3/1/14)

 

 

Thank you for your interest in the LPN and LPN to RN Transition Programs. Program applications are currently closed as the Nursing Department transitions from a waitlist to a selective admissions process for both programs. Please check this site, as well as the Nursing site, (click then choose the program of interest) regularly for updates.  Please review the LPN and LPN to RN Transition Program information below and plan to see a Nursing Advisor for more information, and to determine when you will be eligible to apply to the program(s). 

 

The LPN checklist can be found here. The information on selective admission points can be found here.

 

The LPN to RN Transition program checklist can be found here. The information on selective admission points can be found here.

Advising and Counseling is located in Menard Hall on the Main Campus. The contact number is 786-2224.

Health Professions Information Sessions are offered for many programs. Please click here for dates for the information sessions.


Occupational Therapy AssistantClick here for the  OTA Admissions Checklist.


Radiography:  Click here for the RAD checklist.

Medical Coding: Click here for the Med. Code checklist.

Surgical Technology:  Please click here for the Surgical Technology checklist.

Respiratory Therapy:  Please click here for the Respiratory Therapy checklist.

Neurodiagnostic Technology:  Please click here for the NDT checklist.

Fire Science: Please click here for information about the program.

Emergency Medical Services: Please click here for information about the program.

 ^^Admission criteria for health professions are subject to change. Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor prior to each registration cycle to review admission criteria and application processes. Please click here for the hours for Advising and Counseling.

Residency Criteria:

Chapter 112, Section 103-17, of the Illinois Public Community College Act requires that whenever enrollment in a program must be restricted because of space limitations, a college must give preference to district residents.  Consequently, admission to Health Career programs for students who live outside of LLCC District #526 vary per program based on space available and qualified applicant pools.

 

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