Nursing Program Application Checklist
For the Nursing Program Application to be considered complete, the applicant must have completed the
following list of requirements. Applicants must initial next to each item to indicate their understanding of
CCC Admission Application – If not currently enrolled in CCC, complete an
Application for Admissions to Clovis Community College by JULY 1st. Your Nursing
Program Application will not be processed if you do not have a current application for
admission to CCC on file.
Nursing Program Application – Complete all sections of the Nursing Program
Application and turn into Admissions prior to JULY 1st.
Transcripts – Official copies of all college transcripts must be sent directly to the Office
of Admissions and Records and arrive prior to JULY 1st.
Prerequisite Courses – Applicants must have completed ALL prerequisite courses as
detailed on the ADN degree plan prior to enrollment in to the Nursing program. Applicants
who are enrolled in the last of these prerequisites may still submit their application for the
following semester but will only be considered if they successfully complete the
prerequisite(s) enrolled in.
Applicants who are completing prerequisites at another college, must notify
Admissions when turning in their Nursing application. Official transcripts must
be sent to CCC immediately upon completion of the class. Failure to do so will
results in the application being considered incomplete.
BIOL 2210C, BIOL 2225C, BIOL 2310C (previously BIO 211, BIO 212, BIO
222) must have been completed within five (5) years prior to the semester applying
for. See Degree Plan for more details.
Grade Point Average – Applicants must have a minimum prerequisite grade point
average (GPA) of 3.0, including all colleges and universities attended, to be considered
for the Nursing program.
Academic Advising – Applicants are encouraged to meet with Academic Advising prior
to submitting their application to ensure that all requirements are satisfied.
All of the Health Science Programs at Clovis Community College require criminal
background checks and drug screenings prior to admittance into the clinical setting.
Failure to pass one or both could result in dismissal from the program. Applicants with
felony convictions and certain misdemeanors may not be allowed in the clinical sites.
Disqualifying convictions are determined by the Department of Health and not CCC.