Nursing Information Session . Please have a seat. Sign in will be AT THE END of the session, along with receiving a clinical application.
Please have a seat. Sign in will be AT THE END of the session, along with receiving a clinical application.
DO NOT take handouts from the front table – Please listen to the information presented first to see if you are in need of the handouts at the end of the session – they may be things you already have
Skills needed to administrate good care to patients –
Observation, communication, motor skills, cognitive-intellectual, behavioral and social attributes, and hearing and visual abilities
(Complete RVCC application on file (including HS transcript) and all prior college transcripts have been evaluated by the Registrar’s office; you are a generic nursing major or PNAD mjr)
For RVCC admission, students can take TEAS test once every the presentation4 months, either at RVCC or another location. We are currently administering TEAS Version V with all 4 parts of the test. If the test has been completed elsewhere, scores may be submitted for review with the clinical application. For 2014 admission, TEAS results will only be accepted from tests taken since September 2012.
PNAD the presentation
When you qualify for clinical you must provide proof of residency (one document – attached to clinical application)
NJ Driver’s license, Rental Agreement, Mortgage Statement, Utility Bill, Telephone Bill, NJ Resident Income Tax Return
Letter from employer on company letterhead
PNAD – applicants with the highest LPN Step scores and residency will get priority placement
Submit an Application to Clinical
Generic- Day or Evening/Weekend – you MUST only CHOOSE one or your application will NOT be valid, and will be returned to you.
ANY info missing and form will be returned to you – applications must be submitted no later than the deadline to be evaluated
Be sure the residency/employment proof is attached, as well as the clear criminal history background check results
Preparing for learning lab
Preparing for class
Preparing for clinical experience
*Students who are unsuccessful in nursing courses admitted to working 30+ hours/week