Annual Academic Application Cycle for the Registered Nursing Program

The Application Period for the Registered Nursing Program is January 15 through March 1, 2015 for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 admissions. See the Annual Academic Application Cycle. No additional Mandatory Pre-Nursing Orientations will be held.

Pre-Nursing Orientation Schedule

The schedule for the Mandatory Pre-Nursing Orientation for Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 application will be posted in August 2015. Please check back then for dates and times.

All persons wanting to apply or reapply to the Ohlone College Registered Nursing Program must attend one of the mandatory Registered Nursing orientation sessions.

Applications will be accepted every January 15 through March 1 for the following Fall and Spring semesters. Please note that applications will not be accepted before or after the application dates. Mailed documents must be received by the final date of the application period.

Student practices giving an IV.In order to be eligible to apply, prospective Nursing applicants must still meet all prerequisite Eligibility Requirements, attend the Mandatory Pre-Nursing Orientation for Prospective Applicants, meet the Enrollment Requirements, and meet the 75% Chancellor’s Cut Score. All students who meet these requirements will be placed into the random selection “lottery” pool.

Those students accepted for the Fall semester will be notified by May. Those students who are accepted for the Spring semester will be notified by the end of September. No waitlist will be maintained beyond filling these two nursing cohorts.

If a student is not selected for the Fall or Spring semester, their application can be picked up at the next scheduled Mandatory Pre-Nursing Orientation for Prospective Applicants or by arrangement with the Health Sciences Division Office. Those students may reapply during the next “Annual Academic Application Cycle”.

Please continue to periodically check back at this website for further information regarding the orientation dates and times and any changes to the Registered Nursing Program.