February 8, 2019
We are delighted to inform you that we have received ACEN approval and are ready to launch the LPN-to-RN Option, on the website https://www.ccri.edu/dean-hrs/admissions/lpntornadmissions2019.html
you will find the Admission Guidelines, the LPN Work Requirement Form, and the three-semester Program of Study document. Acceptance into the LPN-to-RN Option is performance-based and eight (8) LPNs will be accepted each semester. The application periods are:
Pharmacology I (NURS 1061) is a pre-requisite for the LPN-to-RN Option. This 1-credit course will be offered over the course of 6 weeks after Spring Break (tentatively scheduled for 4-6:30 on 3/19, 3/26, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30). Potential applicants will have the opportunity to challenge this course on:
A successful challenge will include:
To prepare for the challenge, review course Syllabi A & C and Math Review Worksheet.
Level I Chairperson must receive completed LPN Employment Verification Form in order to receive:
The acceptance process is performance-based and the performance indicators (points) are listed on the attached admissions guidelines.
If you have questions regarding the program or the application process, please send them to Jennifer Nelligan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to the possibility of welcoming you into the LPN-to-RN Option within our associate degree program.
Allie Cullen, MSN, RN Department Chair, Level I Nursing
Susan Sienkiewicz, MA, RN Department Chair, Level II Nursing
Suzanne Carr, Ph.D., RN
Interim Dean of Health and Rehabilitative Sciences
Jeanne S. McColl, MSN, RN, CNE
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs/ Nurse Education
Allethaire (Allie) Cullen, MSN, RN
Chair - Level I
Susan Sienkiewicz, MA, RN
Chair - Level II ADN