How to Apply - Practical Nurse Program

The LPN program is a selective admission program.


You must meet the admission criteria before applying. If you have applied before and were not selected, you must reapply as before.

Deadlines

The LPN application deadline for the evening-weekend program is November 15 for summer admission.

Current JCCC students:

  1. Have your JCCC ID number ready.
  2. Complete the Summer 2018 Part Time LPN Program Application.
  3. Complete the background check form and return a copy of your KS CNA verification before November 15, 2017.
  4. Submit all previous college transcripts before November 15, 2017.
  5. Sign up and take the Kaplan Assessment Test through the JCCC Testing Services department before November 15, 2017.
  6. Monitor your Summer 2018 LPN personal admission plan on your MYJCCC account for information on your application status.

New JCCC Students:

  1. Complete the JCCC application for admission. (Select Non-Degree seeking or Liberal Arts for your major)
  2. After you receive your JCCC ID number, follow the steps above.

LPN-RN articulation application

  • If you are already a practical nurse with a current license, you may apply for our LPN-RN Articulation (Bridge) Program. Admission to the LPN-RN Articulation Program is on a space-available basis. In the event there are more applicants than spaces available, applicants will be ranked according to ACT and Nursing Program GPA criteria. The application deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.
Applications for admission are evaluated after the application deadlines have passed. An application is considered complete when all required documents are received.

Interviews

All applicants who have met the requirements and have complete applications, will be scheduled for an interview with program director and a counselor. The interview process will involve review of academic preparation, related healthcare experience, skill development, and personal characteristics relevant to student success in the program.

Ranking

Final selection will be based upon the following total ranking criteria of each applicant:

  • Kaplan scores - 60%
  • Interview - 40%

Upon completion of all interviews and ranking, applicants will be notified by certified mail if they have been accepted into the program. Those candidates not initially chosen for positions will be notified of their program status through regular mail.