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Please follow the guidelines below, before you submit this application.
- Check with Admissions to make sure your general BCCC application and Residency number is active (252-940-6237).
- Check with the Allied Health Admissions Coordinator (252-940-6221) to ensure that you have met the college readiness guidelines for English and Math. Click here to learn more about placement testing for general admissions to the college.
- ONLY USE YOUR BCCC EMAIL ADDRESS (No personal email addresses).
- Students interested in the nursing programs will choose either the PN or the ADN program for their application. Students may not apply to both nursing programs during the same admissions cycle.
- Submit all official transcripts to receive transfer credit. Please contact the Registrar’s Office (252-940-6236) to check the status of your transfer credit. Note the due dates for transcripts and course descriptions below.
- LPN to RN Transition applicants: If you graduated from an LPN program more than 2 years ago, you must have your employer fill out the work verification form found here. This form must be submitted with your application. LPN to RN Transition applicants should also submit a copy of their current unrestricted N.C. license to practice as a LPN.
- **New Nursing Program Entrance Exam Requirements: ADN and PN applicants must submit passing scores from either the TEAS test or the HESI to demonstrate evidence of academic readiness for the nursing programs. Minimum score requirements are as follows:
- Assessment Technologies Institute Test of Essential Academic Skills Test (ATI TEAS):ADN applicants must score a minimum composite (overall) score of 65.5%, and PN applicants must score a minimum composite (overall) score of 60%. BCCC offers onsite testing for the ATI TEAS. (See ATI TEAS Information here). Students have 2 attempts per calendar year to meet the required composite score. Once the minimum proficiency composite score is met, the scores are valid for 3 (three) consecutive years.
- Health Education Systems, Inc (HESI): ADN and PN applicants with a minimum cumulative score of 75 on the HESI must provide an official HESI transcript as part of their nursing admissions packet.
To order an official HESI transcript, please follow the directions found here. On the transcript request form, please use the following information for processing:
Beaufort County Community College
Attn: Allied Health Admissions Coordinator
5337 Hwy 264 East
Washington, N.C. 27889
**Please note, on campus testing at BCCC is only available for applicants who choose to take the ATI TEAS.
***MLT students and LPN to RN students do not have to take an allied health admission assessment.
**To be considered for the LPN to RN Transition program, the following items must be submitted before the October 15, 2022 deadline:
- Allied Health Admissions Application for LPN to RN Transition program
- All high school and college transcripts
- Work Verification Form
- All descriptions for courses taken from out-of-state schools. (These descriptions must be submitted by September 15, 2022 to be evaluated by the Registrar's Office for transfer credit).
- North Carolina License to practice as a LPN.
- Applicants applying to the LPN to RN Transition program are not required to take TEAS/HESI testing.
**To be considered for the ADN or PN programs, the following items must be submitted before January 31, 2023 application deadline:
- Allied Health Admissions Application for Associate Degree Nursing or Practical Nursing
- TEAS score (Excludes LPN to RN transition students)
- All high school and college transcripts.
- All descriptions for courses taken from out-of-state schools. (These descriptions must be submitted by January 5, 2023 to be evaluated by the Registrar's Office for transfer credit).
**To be considered for the Medical Lab Technology (MLT) program, the following items must be submitted before June 1, 2023 deadline:
- MLT Online Application
- All high school and college transcripts
- All descriptions for courses taken from out-of-state schools. (These descriptions must be submitted by May 1, 2023 to be evaluated by the Registrar's Office for transfer credit).
- TEAS/HESI testing is not required for the MLT program.