Advanced Placement (LPN-to-ADN)
Rev. 4/2020 ADV PL – LPN TO ADN 2022 Page 4 of 10
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION
NOTE: Computer Requirements
All students are required to have a Windows compatible laptop (not a tablet) for examinations and other course
A primary waitlist is created for qualified applicants who are not initially accepted into the program. The waitlist is
50% of the program capacity. Once the primary waitlist is full, an alternate waitlist will be created. If there is an
opening on the primary waitlist, a student from the extended waitlist will be moved to the primary waitlist.
Students are admitted to the program from the primary waitlist on a space available basis. Students, who are
placed on the primary waitlist, and for whom a seat does not open during the current admission cycle, are given
first option on admission for the following year. Students can only be deferred one time before being required to
reapply. Students who are accepted or are on the primary waitlist are also required to attend college
orientation, Division of Health orientation (One-Stop), and program orientation – all occurring prior to start of
classes. Dates will be published and there are no exceptions to this requirement.
If you are placed on the waitlist, you may need to complete any new program admission requirements including
grade requirements, TEAS score requirements, etc. This decision is made by the Nursing program Administrator
Good Academic Standing: All Students applying to the nursing program must be in Good Academic Standing per the
NECC Academic Standards and Progress Policy.
Health Requirements (College and Program Requirements may differ)
Information regarding the College’s health requirements will be sent to you upon your acceptance to the college.
These requirements MAY DIFFER from the NECC Nursing program requirements and are based upon our clinical
affiliates’ requirements. Information about the program’s Technical Standards which describe the physical and
behavioral characteristics required to successfully complete the program are available at our website. Please note
this will require a visit to your healthcare provider for completion.
All nursing students must be CPR certified at the Health Care Provider or Professional Rescuer level and a copy must
be on file prior to entering any clinical agency. Certification must be maintained throughout the program.
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and Sex Offender Record Information (SORI)
Students interested in participation in an academic program that involves working with children, the disabled, the
elderly, or a cooperative education experience or a program that includes a clinical affiliation with a private or public
health care provider, may be required to undergo a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check, a Sex
Offender Registry Information (SORI) check, and/or a Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) check at the state or
national level. There may be an additional fee for this process. You will need to provide a government issued photo ID
and sign a release form allowing the college to view your report(s). The contents of your report(s), will determine if
you may participate in an academic program or be placed in an affiliated cooperative education/clinical or practicum
experience. This decision is based upon the standards set by the affiliate. CORI checks may be performed pursuant to
Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6, Sections 172(C), and consistent with guidelines promulgated by the Executive Office
for Health and Human Services, and/or the Commonwealth’s Department of Public Health or Department of Mental
Health. SORI checks may be performed pursuant to Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6, Section 172(C). CHRI checks may
be performed based on the NH Code of Administrative Rules and state statutes to include RSA 106-B: 14 and RSA 106-
B: 7, 1(b). For more information, contact the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-556-3700.