Palm Beach State College Nursing (RN) Program for Transition Students - Electronic Information Session Entry Deadlines: Fall term Entrance: June ...
Page content transcription
If your browser does not render page correctly, please read the page content below
Palm Beach State College Nursing (RN) Program for Transition Students Electronic Information Session Entry Deadlines: Fall term Entrance: June 1st Summer term Entrance: March 30th Spring term Entrance: October 1st
The Transition Nursing electronic information session will be broken into two sections. This Information Session is for incoming LPNs and Paramedics The Transition with licenses valid in state of Florida. Nursing Program If you are not a licensed LPN or Paramedic in Florida, and you would like to apply to the Nursing Program, you would need to complete the RN Information Session. at Palm Beach State An Overview of the Electronic Transition Nursing Program- Acceptance Section includes: Transition Pre-Nursing Section includes: Information Class Schedules (Full-time, Evening-Weekend, Belle Course Pre-requisite Requirements Session Glade, and Accelerated tracks) Medical Screening Requirements Testing Requirements Transition Program Waitlist (Semesters 1 and 2) Background/Drug Screening Requirements Transition Selection Process Expectations of Nursing Program
Transition Pre-Nursing: Program Requirements Admissions Process The Transition RN program’s Admissions Requirements are as follows: Complete a college application on the Palm Beach State College website at: www.palmbeachstate.edu/Admissions/Admissions-Applications. Students must submit high school and/or college transcripts from all accredited institutions that they have previously attended to the Admissions/Registration Office. Students who have a degree from an accredited university (Associates, Bachelors, Masters) are not required to submit high school transcripts if their college transcripts are already on file with the Admissions/Registration Office. Complete the transition course pre-requisite requirements. Complete the HESI A2 exam- math section. Complete the NLN ACE I exam for Transition Students. Complete the electronic information session quiz at the end of this presentation with an 100%. Submit a copy of your LPN and/or Paramedic license to the Nursing Program Specialist in AH 110 by the application deadline to get placed on the Transition RN waitlist. A copy of a current BLS Healthcare Provider CPR card from the American Heart Association and a copy of the information session quiz, with a score of 100%, MUST be included.
All Potential International Pre-Nursing Students are encouraged to reach out to the International Student Website: www.palmbeachstate.edu/International Admissions Office for assistance with Registration. Phone: (561) 868-3029 Interested students can contact the Office by: International Students are also encouraged to reach out to the Dr. Kathryn W. Davis Global Education Center who offer assistance with Admissions and Academic Advising for students, and also offer community assistance resources to those in need. Transition Pre-Nursing: Admission Requirements International Students
All transition nursing applicants need to include submission of official transcripts from all schools that they have previously attended. Transition Pre-Nursing: High School GED Technical Schools State /Community Universities Dante’s, AP, CLEP & IB colleges scores Admission Requirements Transcript Transcripts can be submitted in person, in sealed Requirements envelopes, electronically (if eligible), or by mail to the Office of the College Registrar.
Palm Beach State is a semester hour based You can check to see institution; if transferring If you fail to submit that all transcripts are It can take 4-6 weeks from a quarter hour official transcripts, you Coursework will not be received via your for transcripts to be based institution a will not be placed on taken from 3rd party student Pantherweb evaluated by the credit shortage may the Transition waitlist transcripts and test account under the Admissions/Registration occur. until all transcripts are scores. Records tab. Office. *Students are encouraged to received. (Gold bar at the top of meet with a Nursing or Academic the page) Advisor to discuss transferring courses BEFORE applying (if applicable) Transition Pre-Nursing: Admission Requirements Transcript Requirements
If a student believes that a course they took at another school is the equivalent to a course at Palm Beach State College, the student is able to submit an appeal with the Admissions Office. Transition Pre-Nursing: Admissions Requirements A course may require an appeal if it transferred in as one of the following on your transcript: SCIelect AAelect ASelect Course Re-Evaluation Process Students who need to submit an appeal are encouraged to visit the Admissions Office website for more information, or make an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor. All appeals must be submitted prior to the entry deadline for processing.
Pre-Requisite Courses Co-Requisite Courses *Required Completion Before Entry Deadline *Recommended Completion Before Entry Deadline **All courses MUST be completed with a grade of “C” or higher. **All courses MUST be completed with a grade of “C” or higher. Principles of Chemistry: CHM1032 English Composition I: ENC1101 *CHM1032L: Principles of Chemistry Lab is NOT REQUIRED *Must be completed by end of semester one in RN program Transition Pre-Nursing: Anatomy and Physiology I Elementary Statistics: STA2023 Program Requirements (+Lab): BSC2085/L *Must be completed by end of semester two in RN program Developmental Psychology: General Psychology: PSY2012 DEP2004 *Must be completed by end of semester three in RN Transition program Anatomy and Physiology II Literature/Humanities Pre-requisite (+Lab): BSC2086/L *3-Credit Course, must be completed by end of semester Requirements four in RN program Microbiology (+Lab): MCB2010/L Intro to Professional Nursing: NSO0170 (Semester 2 Entry) Pharmacology: NUR1141 (Semester 2 Entry)
Transition Pre-Nursing: Program Requirements Transition Pre-requisite Requirements Chemistry Course Requirement Literature/Humanities Course Requirement Students can replace the CHM1032 pre-requisite Student may complete any 3-credit Literature or course with BOTH CHM1045/L (General Chemistry Humanities Course to meet this requirement. Some I/Lab) and CHM1046/L (General Chemistry II/Lab) examples of acceptable courses include: ONLY! •MUL1010 (Music Appreciation) •Students MUST have both Chemistry courses •ARH1000 (Art Appreciation) completed before the application deadline. •THE1000 (Theater Appreciation) Chemistry courses that not equivalent to CHM1032 or •AML2010 (American Literature Before 1865) BOTH General Chemistry I and II (CHM1045/L and •AML2020 (American Literature After 1865) CHM1046/L) courses are NOT ACCEPTED. •Most LIT courses (LIT1000, LIT2380, etc.)
Transition Pre-Nursing: Program Requirements Transition Pre-requisite Science Courses All transition nursing students are required to complete their core Health Science Requirements within 10 years from the date of their RN program entry. For example, if a transition student is entering the RN program in Fall 2019, their core Health Science Nursing Core (10-year) Courses would have needed to be completed on/after Fall 2009. Science Course Core Health Science Courses Include: Requirement •CHM1032 (or equivalent) •BSC 2085/L •BSC 2086/L •MCB 2010/L The Nursing Core (10-year) rule can be waived for BSC2085/L (A & P I) if the student’s BSC2086/L (A & P II) is within ten years of the application deadline. Nursing Core Anatomy and For Example: Physiology If a student has completed BOTH BSC 2085/L and BSC2086/L and both courses were taken before Fall 2009, the student will be Requirement required to repeat BSC 2086/L. If a student has completed BOTH BSC 2085/L and BSC2086/L and only BSC 2085/L was taken before Fall 2009 and BSC2086/L was taken after, the student will be NOT be required to repeat BSC2086/L.
Students are required to meet the College’s placement requirements for Transition ENC1101, STA2023 and for Science Pre-Nursing: courses. Program Requirements Pre-requisite Meeting College Placement includes: Placement ACT/SAT/PERT scores that Math and English preparatory place you in a “college” level coursework completion. for math and/or English.
Transition Pre-Nursing: Program Requirements Transition Pre-requisite Requirements All transition students interested in entry to the RN program MUST GPA Requirement have a minimum GPA of a 2.50 for all undergraduate coursework, transfer coursework included. All pre-requisite courses must be completed with a grade of “C” by Pre-requisite Course the entry deadline for a potential transition student to placed on a track waitlist. Requirement •Classes with a lecture and lab both must have a passing grade to be used for admission consideration. College Level Examination Program (CLEP) can NOT be used for pre- College Level Examination requisite course requirements. •CLEP Scores can be used for select co-requisite courses. Program (CLEP) Policies *Students are encouraged to meet with a Nursing or Academic Advisor to discuss CLEP policies BEFORE entering the RN program (if applicable)
The HESI exam at Palm Beach State covers the following (nine) sections: Vocabulary Reading Anatomy & Learning Style Personality Traits Grammar and General Biology Chemistry Math Comprehension Physiology Inventory Profile Knowledge Transition RN students are only required to schedule and complete the Math section of the HESI A2 exam. Transition students must have a score of at least an 80 on the math section to be included to the RN entry waitlist. Transition Pre-Nursing: Admission Exam Requirements The HESI Admission Assessment (A2) Exam
Pre-Nursing: Admission Exam Requirements Information on HESI Exam Procedures Students at the Palm Beach Gardens, Belle The HESI exam may be taken every 61 Glade, Loxahatchee Groves, and Boca days, up to three times in a calendar Raton campuses must make appointments year (January-December). with the Testing Centers of their respective campuses in order to take the HESI exam. The cost of the HESI exam is $60.00 and HESI scores are valid up to 2 years from Students at the Lake Worth campus are able must be paid on the day of testing. the date the exam was taken. to walk-in to take the HESI exam at the Lake Worth Testing Center, providing they arrive at the Testing Center before 1:45pm on their desired testing day, or before 11:45am on Fridays. Students must review and complete the The method recommended to study for Testing Center’s Student Registration Students can also review these HESI the HESI exam is the HESI Admission Requirements regardless of which exam practice questions, or complete Assessment Exam Review study guide campus they intend to take the exam practice exams available on the Lake (available at most bookstores and at. Students would need to click on the Worth Campus Math Lab website. online). “HESI” subsection of the page.
The Reading Lab, located in the Technology Center Interested students should call Building (TC214.4), offers free Tutoring Appointments the Reading Lab on Friday HESI Tutoring Seminars to all Available on Fridays ONLY mornings to check if a session students interested in applying will be held that afternoon. to the Nursing Program 1:00pm – 3:00pm Contact:(561) 868-3205 Transition Pre-Nursing: HESI A2 Admission Exam Tutoring Resources
Transition Pre-Nursing: Admission Exam Requirements Nursing NLN ACE I (Acceleration Challenge Exam) NLN ACE Book One Exam Book One: Foundations of Nursing Transition Program Testing Procedure Transition students are required to request for an "access code" from the Nursing Program Specialist in AH110 or call 561-868-3441 after all of their pre-requisites are completed with a grade of "C" or higher and they have completed the Math section of the HESI A2 exam. Then, students are required to choose testing date from the ACE exam 2019 testing Schedule. Note: Testing scores must be received by entry deadline date in order to be placed on the waitlist for that track’s term. Follow the directions indicated on the ACE Book I Student Registration information page. Make sure to have the "access code" given by the Nursing Office with you when you register. The ACE exam registration requires a payment of $55.00 when you chose a test date. You may pay for the registration fee online with a debit or credit card. On the test date, go to the College Testing Center and check in. Make sure to bring $15.00 proctoring fee with you to the testing center on the day of your exam. A valid government issued photo ID or Palm Beach State student ID is required to test. Please allow 4 hours for the exam. (3 ½ hours for the test and ½ hour for processing). NLN ACE Book One exam scores are valid for up to two years from the date the exam was given.
NLN ACE I Exam 2019 Testing Dates Transition Pre-Nursing: Admission Exam Requirements Test Month Test Dates January 2019 January 22, 24 February 2019 February 26, 28 NLN ACE I Exam Dates March 2019 March 12, 14, 19, 21 April 2019 April 16, 18, 23, 25 May 2019 May 21, 23 NLN ACE I Exams are given on the 4th June 2019 June 25, 27 Tuesday and the 4th Thursday of the month July 2019 July 23, 25 (except for November and December). Only 10 seats/appointments are available per August 2019 August 27, 29 month. September 2019 September 24, 26 On Tuesdays, the appointments are at 9:30am. October 2019 October 22, 24 On Thursdays, the appointments are at 2:00pm. November 2019 November 12, 14 December 2019 December 3, 5
TESTING CONTENT FOR ACE I (Foundations of Nursing) Physiologic Needs •Hygiene •Comfort •Safety •Body alignment •Exercise and ambulation •Rest and sleep •Nutrition Transition Pre-Nursing: •Elimination •Respiration and circulation •Fluid and electrolyte balance Admission Exam •Growth and development Requirements Psychosocial Needs •Sexuality •Spiritual preference, cultural •Self-esteem •Belonging •Stimulation •Loss and death •Self–actualization •Security NLN ACE I •Defense mechanisms •Growth and development Exam Content General Principles of Medication Administration Moral/Ethical/Legal Issues Documentation Verbal Communication Non-Verbal Communication
ACE I Exam Testing •Registration ends 2 days prior to the Test Date. Registration Policy: •Payment is due upon registration. Transition Pre-Nursing: ACE I Exam Retest Admission Exam •You may retake the ACE I exam, however, there is a 6 month waiting Policy: period between testing retakes. Requirements ACE I Exam Refund •NLN maintains a strict “No Refund” policy on all purchases. •Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. NLN ACE I Policy: •If you cancel or do not attend your exam, there is no refund. Exam Policies and Study Guide Information ACE I Exam •Registration is only valid for the test date and location on the Exam Rescheduling Confirmation. •You must reschedule at least 1 day before the exam registration CLOSES. Policy: (Exam registration closes 2 days prior to Test Date. ACE I Exam •Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination •ISBN-13: 978-0323428729 Study Guide •6th or 7th edition is recommended •You may purchase this review guide at your local bookstore or online. Recommendation
Based on a transition student’s ACE I Exam Scores, they can either transition into Semester One or Semester Two of the Nursing Program in either the Evening/Weekend, Full-time Lake Worth, Accelerated, or Belle Glade Tracks. • Students who receive a score of a 75% or higher on the ACE I exam are eligible to transition in either semester one or semester two of the nursing program. • Students who transition to semester two of the RN program are required to take NSO0170 (Intro to Professional Nursing) and NUR1141 (Pharmacology) in the semester immediately PRIOR to their entry to the RN program. • Semester two transition students MUST have worked as an LPN or Paramedic in the state of Florida for at least 6 (six) months within the past 5 (five) years prior to entry to the RN program. Students will need to provide proof of employment to the Nursing Program Specialist in AH 110 on the Lake Worth campus prior to program entry. • Students who receive a score between 50% and 75% on the ACE I exam are eligible to transition to semester one only. • Students with a score below 50% will not be eligible to transition to the RN program. Students would be required to either retake the ACE I exam or apply as a generic student to the RN program. The Transition Accelerated RN Track begins in semester two of the RN program, and is available to transition students who qualify for semester two entry only. There is no semester one entry to the Accelerated Track. Once a student selects their desired semester start and program track, they will be placed on that track’s waitlist for entry. Transition Nursing Program Acceptance: Transition Program Tracks Transition Waitlist and Selection Process
Belle Glade Full-Time Track Program Entry: (Semester one) Spring Semester, (Semester two) Fall Semester Program Completion Time: (Semester one) 2 Years, (Semester two) 1.5 years- 3 semesters Course Sequencing for Full-time Belle Glade Course of Study Transition Nursing Program Acceptance Semester 1 (spring entry) Semester 2 (fall entry) NUR 1023 - Concepts for Nursing Practice I NUR 1213 - Concepts for Nursing Practice II NUR 1023L - Concepts for Nursing Practice I NUR 1213L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Clinical Clinical NUR 1022L - Concepts for Nursing Practice I NUR 1214L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Skills Skills NUR 1141 – Pharmacology Co-requisite Courses Co-requisite Courses MCB 2010 & MCB 2010L - Microbiology ENC 1101 - College Composition I STA 2023 - Statistics Belle Glade Full-Time Track NSO 0170 - Intro to Professional Nursing(Semester Two Entry Only) Semester 3 (spring year two) Semester 4 (fall year two) NUR 2261 - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2712C - Concepts for Nursing Practice IV NUR 2261L - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2943L – Preceptorship Experience Clinical Co-Requisite Course Program Class Co-requisite Course PSY 2012 - General Psychology Humanities - Art/Literature Schedule
Evening/Weekend Part-Time Track Program Entry: (Semester one) Spring Semester, (Semester two) Fall Semester Program Completion Time: (Semester one) 2 Years 8 months, (Semester two) 2 years Course Sequencing for Part-Time Evening/Weekend Course of Study Transition Nursing Semester 1 (spring entry) Semester 1 (summer) Semester 2 (fall entry) NUR 1023 - Concepts for Nursing NUR 1023L - Concepts for Nursing NUR 1213 - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Program Acceptance Practice I Practice I Clinical NUR 1214L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II NUR 1022L - Concepts for Nursing Skills Practice I Skills NUR 1141 – Pharmacology Co-requisite Courses ENC 1101 - College Composition I Co-requisite Courses STA 2023 - Statistics BSC 2086 & BSC 2086L - Anatomy and Physiology II MCB 2010 & MCB 2010L - Microbiology NSO 0170 - Intro to Professional Nursing Evening/Weekend Part-Time Track (Semester Two Entry Only) Semester 2 (spring year two) Semester 3 (summer year two) Semester 3 (fall year two) NUR 1213L - Concepts for Nursing NUR 2261 - Concepts for Nursing Practice NUR 2261L - Concepts for Nursing Practice Practice II Clinical III III Clinical Co-requisite Course PSY 2012 - General Psychology Semester 4 (spring year three) Semester 4 (summer year three) Program Class NUR 2712C - Concepts for Nursing NUR 2943L – Preceptorship Experience Practice IV Co-Requisite Course Humanities - Art/Literature Schedule Program is scheduled with campus meetings on Thursday evenings for lecture and skills labs. Clinicals are scheduled for 12 hours on Saturdays.
Full-Time Lake Worth Track Program Entry: (Semester one) Spring and Fall Semesters, (Semester two) Spring and Fall Semesters Program Completion Time: (Semester one) 2 Years, (Semester two) 1.5 years- 3 semesters Course Sequencing for Full-time Lake Worth Course of Study Semester 1 (fall/spring entry) Semester 2 (fall/spring entry) Transition Nursing NUR 1023 - Concepts for Nursing Practice I NUR 1023L - Concepts for Nursing Practice I NUR 1213 - Concepts for Nursing Practice II NUR 1213L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Program Acceptance Clinical Clinical NUR 1022L - Concepts for Nursing Practice I Skills NUR 1214L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Skills NUR 1141 – Pharmacology Co-requisite Courses Lake Worth Co-requisite Courses ENC 1101 - College Composition I MCB 2010 & MCB 2010L - Microbiology STA 2023 - Statistics NSO 0170 - Intro to Professional Nursing (Semester Two Entry Only) Full-Time Track Semester 3 (fall/spring year two) Semester 4 (fall/spring year two) NUR 2261 - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2712C - Concepts for Nursing Practice IV NUR 2261L - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2943L – Preceptorship Experience Clinical Program Class Co-Requisite Course Co-requisite Course Humanities - Art/Literature PSY 2012 - General Psychology Schedule 2, 3, or 4 day class schedule depending on lecture selection (Only 30 seats available online, remaining 60 students will have live class) Class times will vary with the progression of each semester
Lake Worth Accelerated Track Program Entry: (Semester two ONLY) Fall Semester Program Completion Time: (Semester two) 1 year 3 months Course Sequencing for Accelerated Course of Study Transition Nursing Pre-Nursing (summer) Semester 2 (fall entry) NSO 0170 - Introduction to Professional Nursing NUR 1213 - Concepts for Nursing Practice II (Transition Students only) NUR 1141 – Pharmacology NUR 1213L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Clinical Program Acceptance NUR 1214L - Concepts for Nursing Practice II Co-requisite Courses Skills BSC 2086 & BSC 2086L - Anatomy and Physiology II Co-requisite Courses MCB 2010 & MCB 2010L - Microbiology ENC 1101 - College Composition I STA 2023 - Statistics Lake Worth Accelerated Track Semester 3 (spring) Semester 4 (summer year two) NUR 2261 - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2712C - Concepts for Nursing Practice IV NUR 2261L - Concepts for Nursing Practice III NUR 2943L – Preceptorship Experience Clinical Program Class Co-Requisite Course Co-requisite Course Humanities - Art/Literature PSY 2012 - General Psychology Schedule Program is primarily online with limited campus meetings on Wednesday evenings for simulation and testing. Clinicals are scheduled for 12 hours on Saturdays.
Transition Nursing Program Acceptance Additional Information on Waitlist Process Students are accepted from the Transition waitlist pool of their Waitlists vary in length between desired track based on the number Students are placed on their the different tracks, however, of opened seats in that particular desired Transition Track waitlist we estimate that our transition track during the specific entry on a ‘first come, first served” semester. Number of transition waitlists are approximately one basis. students selected varies based on semester long. overall nursing enrollment numbers for the entry term. Students will be notified by their Palm Beach State student e- Readmissions: Students who mail account if they are have been academically selected as a Transition student dismissed from the RN program for the program term. If a as a Transition student will be student declines entry, they will required to apply as a generic be required to re-apply during student if they are interested in the next entry cycle for returning to the RN program. reconsideration
Automatic placement into semester two of their desired RN Transition Nursing track. (No work experience or Program ACE exam required) Acceptance Students who graduated from the LPN program at Palm Beach State College receive additional Priority waitlist seating for their benefits for continuing their desired entry term. Nursing education at Palm Beach Entry Process for State College. Some of these benefits include: Palm Beach State LPN Graduates Students who are interested in the LPN program at Palm Beach State Medical/background are encouraged to visit the LPN documentation transfer from LPN program website for more to RN program. information.
Transition Nursing Program Acceptance Medical and FDLE Requirements After a student is accepted into the Nursing Program, they are required to complete the following Medical and FDLE Requirements: Competed Medical Exam form with a physical completed by a licensed physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner. Medical form required proof of the following: Proof that you do not have active TB: PPD results or Chest X-ray. (PPD must be completed within the year)(Chest x-ray must be completed within the last two years) Titers (bloodwork) or shot records showing that you have immunity to Rubeola (Measles), Rubella (German Measles), and Varicella (Chickenpox). RESULTS (BLOODWORK OR SHOT RECORDS) MUST HAVE BEEN COMPLETED WITHIN THE LAST 10 YEARS. Shot Record (within last 10 years) showing proof that you have received a Tetanus Pertussis shot. Proof of a flu shot (during flu season: August-March) Completed Level I Background and Drug screen. (Completed through CastleBranch Student Portal) Please review the Background/Drug Screen Requirements needed for students to be eligible for the program. Students are encouraged to check with the Board of Nursing at (850) 245- 4125 if you have questions regarding your background/FDLE with Florida’s certification requirements. Completed Level II Fingerprinting. (Completed through CastleBranch Student Portal) All records will be sent directly to the Nursing Program Offices and will be kept in a confidential file. These files will not be part of the student’s college records.
NURSING FEES & TUITION 2019-2020 *All of the figures below are estimated costs based on current cost trends Tuition (4 semesters, full time & 8 semesters, part time) 42 Credits ($101/Credit): $4,242 Special Fees (Included in Tuition): Lab Kits and Supplies $450 Medical Exam $350 Background Screenings $150 Testing Fees $500 Uniforms $100 Medical Liability Insurance (Included in Tuition) $125 *Health Insurance is NOT required for the RN program Book Package Bundle $1,000 Traveling Expenses (School and Clinical Rotations) $1,200 HESI State Board Exam Fees $400 Approximate Cost of the RN Program $8,517 Transition Nursing Program Acceptance: Program Costs Tuition Costs for Florida Residents
NURSING FEES & TUITION 2019-2020 *All of the figures below are estimated costs based on current cost trends Tuition (4 semesters, full time & 8 semesters, part time) 42 Credits ($363/Credit): $15,246 Special Fees (Included in Tuition): Lab Kits and Supplies $450 Medical Exam $350 Background Screenings $150 Testing Fees $500 Uniforms $100 Medical Liability Insurance (Included in Tuition) $125 *Health Insurance is NOT required for the RN program Book Package Bundle $1,000 Traveling Expenses (School and Clinical Rotations) $1,200 HESI State Board Exam Fees $400 Approximate Cost of the RN Program $19,521 Transition Nursing Program Acceptance: Program Costs Tuition Costs for Out-of-State Residents
List of State and Federal Aid and Scholarships State of Florida Aid Federal Financial Aid Scholarships Transition Nursing Program Acceptance: Bright Futures Program Costs Federal PELL Grant Institutional Scholarships First Generation Matching Grant Federal Direct Loans Foundation Scholarships Scholarship Florida Student Assistance Grant (FSAG) Federal Parent PLUS Loan Opportunities for SEEK Scholarships Nursing Students Florida Work Experience Program (FWEP) Federal SEOG Palm Beach State Grant Rosewood Family Scholarship Federal Work-Study Private Donor Scholarships Scholarships for Children & Spouse of Deceased/Disabled Veterans Transfer Scholarships Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant Fund
Transition Nursing Program Acceptance: Licensure Post-Graduation Students who complete the Nursing program will be eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam in order to receive their RN license in the State of Florida. Students are typically given NCLEX-RN exam date within 60 days from the date the grades post in their final Nursing courses. Students who have prior legal issues on their background screenings are usually required to submit additional documentation to the Florida Board of Nursing, and will require more time to process exam dates. The NCLEX-RN exam and dates are administered to students directly from the Florida Board of Nursing.
Looking to the Future Palm Beach State’s Nursing Programs
Academic Progression Pipeline in Nursing
The final waitlist submission deadlines for the Transition RN Program are as follows: Fall term Entrance: June 1st Summer term Entrance: March 30th Spring term Entrance: October 1st Students must have all Transition RN documentation submitted to the RN program Specialist in AH 110 at the Lake Worth campus by the submission deadline in order to be placed on the waitlist for that term. Transition RN documentation includes: Transcripts submitted to the Copy of a BLS Healthcare Proof of employment as an LPN or A completed Proof of completed ACE Copy of a valid LPN or Admissions Office showing Proof of completed HESI A2 Provider CPR card from the Paramedic in the state of Florida for at 100% information exam results depending on Paramedic license in the proof of completed pre- exam (Math Section ONLY). semester entry. state of Florida. American Heart least 6 (six) months within the past 5 (five) session quiz requisite requirements. Association. years (If applicable for semester 2 entry). printout. The Transition Nursing Program Final Overview and Checklist
You must receive an 100% in order to get ONCE COMPLETED: Please print out your credit for attending this electronic Information Session Quiz results showing information session. You make take this quiz that you received an 100%. Then, submit Please click on the Information Session multiple times in order to get the 100% your quiz results along with your Transition Quiz link to complete the quiz. completion score. You must log-in with RN documentation to the Transition your first and last name and passcode in Program Specialist in AH 110 at the Lake order to gain access to the quiz. The Worth Campus. passcode is: PalmBeachStateTranRN RN Information Session Quiz
You can also read