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Indian River State College Student Checklist For Application ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM

It is the responsibility of the applicant to complete all the requirements below prior to the application deadline to be considered for the Associate Degree Nursing program.


  • 1.

    Attend a Nursing Information Session – offered every third Thursday of the month at 4:00 p.m. in H-106 at the Main Campus in Fort Pierce.

  • 2.

    Submit an IRSC Application for Admission – Student must have current address on file (updated through the IRSC web page).

  • 3.

    Request/Submit Official College transcripts. Admissions has completed an evaluation (772-462-7460).

  • 4.

    Request/Submit Official High School Transcript.

  • 5.

    Complete all College Preparatory courses in English, math and reading prior to application.

  • 6.

    Demonstrate competency in basic use of computers through completion of one of the following: CGS1060, CGS1100, CIS1000, EME2040, or by completing the computer competency examination taken at any of the IRSC Assessment Services Departments (772-462-7585).

  • 7.

    Complete (required) Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (BSC2093 & BSC2093L) with a grade of “C” or higher.

  • 8.

    Establish and maintain a minimum of 2.5 overall cumulative and IRSC cumulative GPA.

  • 9.

    The Health Science Application is to be completed online through the IRSC website (see page 2). Payment of fee is required when submitting the Health Science Application. Read and be familiar with the Associate Degree Nursing Information Packet before submitting the Health Science Application. (Fees are non-refundable).

  • 10.

    Pay NLN testing fee and take computerized NLN exam at the IRSC Main Campus in Fort Pierce, W-109 (772-462-

    • 7585)

      . Test fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Students must provide a valid photo ID, receipt of application fee and receipt of NLN testing fee before taking the computerized test. Results of the exam will be given to the student at the end of the exam. Applicants must achieve a minimum overall score of 100 on the composite score on the NLN exam, but that does not guarantee admission to the program (see Applicant Review). Plan in advance to take the test, as seating may be limited. (Exam results are valid for one year and may only be taken once every six months. Scores will not be valid if taken before the six months waiting period.

  • 11.

    Submit copy of LPN License, RRT Certification or Paramedic License, if applicable, to the Health Science Office.


Completion of the items on the checklist does not guarantee acceptance to the Associate Degree Nursing program. Selection process is competitive. Completion of the checklist is the applicant’s responsibility. Information of the selection process and all information for the Associate Degree Nursing program is provided in this booklet and at monthly information sessions.



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