All items below must be completed in order to apply to the program by the designated application deadline. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the Student Success Office when requirements have been met and to apply by the application deadline.
Candidates are chosen based upon a selective admission process. Please refer to the Selective Admission Point System page for additional information regarding how points are awarded.
Please note that these requirements are subject to change at any time.
□ HS transcript with proof of graduation or GED certificate on file in Admissions & Records Office
□ TEAS score of Basic or higher (TEAS scores are valid for 5 years and may be accepted from any location offering the TEAS testing)
□ Complete CHE 100 or 101 with a grade of C or better within the last five years (or one year of high school chemistry with a C or better and not longer than 5 years ago)
□ Successfully complete with a grade of C or better: PSY 101, BIO 220, BIO 175 and BIO 176, and demonstrate placement into MAT 141 or any college level math course (math and science courses must have been completed within the past 5 years).
□ Employer verification of at least 1000 hours as a practicing LPN in a direct-care position.
□ Demonstrate placement into EGL 101. If this ability is not demonstrated, the necessary remedial courses must be complete before admission into the LPN to ADN transition program.
□ Have a 2.8 GPA or better for all previous college courses.
□ Official transcripts from all colleges ever attended evaluated by Admissions & Records Office. Students that neglect to do this, or delay doing this, may jeopardize their ability to apply to, be accepted to, or remain enrolled in a health professions program at LLCC.
□ A copy of your unencumbered LPN license presented at time of application
□ Submit the LPN to ADN Transition Program Application with a Nursing Student Success Coach
* Please refer to LLCC Nursing Department website for criminal background and physical health program requirements.
Program specific courses required for LPN to ADN Transition
EGL 101 Composition I
EGL 102 Composition II
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
Nursing courses once admitted:
1st semester (Module 2 or Module 4):ADN 105 HY (Transition course)
2nd semester: ADN 232 HY, ADN 121 HY
3rd semester: ADN 244 HY
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 Professions programs for students who live outside of LLCC District #526 vary per program based on space available and qualified applicant pools.
If you have any questions, please call the Student Success office at: 217-786-2224 and ask to speak with a Nursing Student Success Coach.