Associate Degree Nurse Program Admission Guidelines
PBHS Nurse Application Updates:
NEW Evening/Weekend Nursing Program in Warwick!
The CCRI Nursing Department is pleased to announce a NEW evening/weekend Nursing associate degree program will be offered at the Warwick Campus starting in fall 2024. Now students interested in pursuing nursing have five options to choose from:
- Providence Day
- Warwick Day
- Newport Day
- Lincoln Evening/Weekend
- Warwick Evening/Weekend - NEW
To accommodate this new opportunity, for those who have completed pre-admissions requirements,
there will be a new open application period to submit your PBHS-Performance-Based Nursing application.
NEW PBHS-Performance-Based Nursing Application period for Fall 2024 Acceptance
- Begins: Wednesday, February 14
- Ends: Sunday, March 31
- February 14th 2024 - March 31st 2024 Application Guidelines
Starting on Wednesday, February 14, until Sunday, March 31, the online Performance-Based Health Science application period will be open for the associate degree Nursing Program starting in Fall/September 2024. Applications submitted throughout the months of February and March are treated the same regardless of submission date. Submission of PBHS applications for the Fall 2024 associate degree Nursing Program starts on Wednesday, February 14.
PBHS Nurse Application Updates
- Due to ongoing issues with the CNA testing platform, a CNA license is not required for acceptance to the nursing program.
- Students must have completed the initial series of the COVID-19 vaccine, and boosted when eligible, prior to final acceptance to the Nursing program.
Besides completing all necessary preadmissions requirements outlined by the Nursing Departments’ Admissions Guidelines, there are two options to successfully complete the Biology requirement for this application period.
OPTION 1 - Complete BIOL-2201, with a C or better.
OPTION 2 - Complete BIOL-1010 with a C or better and Complete BIOL-1020 with a C or better.
Note: A&P2 is not a pre-requisite course, but is a program requirement and must be completed successfully to move on to semester 2 nursing courses. You may choose to complete A&P2 prior to entrance into the Nursing Program, if desired. A&P1 and A&P2 are limited to two attempts. The transfer of Anatomy and Physiology courses is subject to approval by the CCRI Biology Department Chairperson.
*The Biology Department at CCRI will determine which college/university courses are equivalent.
Students interested in taking the nursing pre-admission HESI A-2 exam for the ADN and PN programs in preparation for the upcoming admission period should send an email to: [email protected]. Students should schedule the exam at least 3 business days prior to the application deadline. Students should complete the pre-requisite courses prior to taking the pre-admission exam.
Students who are transferring in courses to CCRI from another college should allow 14 business days for transcript review.
ADN RN License Disclosure
In accordance with the 2019 Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, CCRI hereby discloses only that the curriculum for this program meets the educational requirements for licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Rhode Island. The applicable licensing board in Rhode Island may impose additional requirements on candidates prior to granting a license, we encourage you to investigate those requirements. CCRI has not determined whether the curriculum for this program meets the educational requirements for licensure in any other states or territories and we encourage you to investigate the requirements in your state or territory at https://www.ncsbn.org/14730.htm prior to accepting an offer of admission at CCRI.
Please refer to BCI Policy before applying