Important information for all programs; includes selection process
Please see the link below to see to find cost and supply information for each program.
Legal qualifications, ProctorU testing fees and technical information.
Please note, all materials, clinical costs, schedules, documentation are subject to change.
In order to be considered for an ADN program you must have an active KANSAS LPN OR have an active PARAMEDIC license at the deadline of the program. July 1 for the spring program, December 1 for the summer program and February 1 for the fall on campus programs. For the on campus ADN program pre-reqs must be completed prior to June 1. For the Summer online ADN pre-reqs must be completed prior to December 1. For the Spring online ADN pre-reqs must be completed prior to July 1. No exceptions. Please review the ADN checklist for all other items needed for consideration.
In order to be considered for the PN program on the Winfield campus you must have an active KANSAS CNA at the February 1 deadline. You must finish ALL pre-reqs prior to June 1. No exceptions. Please review the Winfield PN checklist for all other items needed for consideration. .
YOU MUST SCORE A MINIMUM OF 50 ON THE SCIENCE PORTION OF THE TEAS-V TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE NURSING PROGRAM.
Please note that if you are accepted into a nursing program we do require a $400 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit ($300 which is applied to the first class AFTER NUR201 and a $100 uniform/supply deposit). This is an out of pocket expense and cannot be paid by financial aid. Courses must be paid for before you will be allowed to access.
You will also have Background/immunization/drug screening fees that will be out of pocket (Cannot use financial aid). Currently we use VerifiedCredentials and the cost is approximately $102 to submit the material.
Nursing students are required to have health insurance while participating in the nursing program. If you are selected for a program the health insurance must be active when you submit your VerifiedCredentials information.
Clinical dates and times are not scheduled until well into your first full semester. Our Clinical Coordinator works with the individual facilities to schedule dates and times of our clinicals.