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Important information for all programs; includes selection process

Please see the link below to see to find cost and supply information for each program, along with legal qualifications, ProctorU testing fees and technical information.
Please note, all materials, clinical costs, schedules, documentation are subject to change.

Kansas LPN License must be active within 30 days of application and throughout the program in which you are applying / accepted. LPN Certificate will be verified here.  Please note that the name you use on your active Kansas LPN must match your Pratt Community College ID.

Paramedic Certification will be verified through: https://www.nremt.org/ Or: https://www.accesskansas.org/ssrv-aivel/welcome.html

In order to be considered for the PN program on the Pratt or Winfield campus you must have an active KANSAS CNA at the April  1 deadline. You must finish ALL pre-reqs prior to June 1. No exceptions. Please review the  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.  THE TEAS-V MAY ONLY BE COMPLETED A TOTAL OF TWO TIMES. 

If you completed your LPN program more than 3 years ago, it is highly recommended that you take   Pharmacology.

We require nursing students to be at an Intermediate Algebra level or higher.  College Algebra is recommended. 

We do recommend students have a background in Chemistry.

If you are accepted into the nursing program selectees are required to submit a $110 deposit for uniforms and books within 30 days of selection. This is an out of pocket expense and cannot be paid by financial aid. Courses must be paid for in full before you will be allowed access to your classes.

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.

If you were a former Pratt Community College nursing student and failed, voluntarily left or dismissed  from the program and you wish to be reconsidered please contact 620-450-2114 for eligibility requirements.  Students who have entered the program a total of two times but have never completed the program are not eligible for reconsideration. 

To let the college know how the nursing department or anyone at the college is doing, please feel free to leave a comment here.

Clinical dates and times are subject to change. Our Clinical Coordinator works with the individual facilities to schedule dates and times of our clinicals.

Until further notice, at the request of the State of Maryland Higher Education Commission, Pratt Community College will no longer enroll students into any of its academic or technical programs whose intent is to complete a degree or certificate from our institution.

For questions regarding this decision, or for questions regarding State Authorization, please contact directly Dr. Mike Westerhaus at 620-450-2199.