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Admission Requirements

ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE NURSING PROGRAM MUST FIRST ATTEND A MANDATORY INFORMATION SESSION.

View and download the Information Session Announcement for the Information Session schedule, filing dates, and deadlines.

  • All Student Information Sessions for the Spring 2021 semester have been fully booked, and we are no longer accepting reservations at this time. Information about the Fall 2021 semester will be made available closer to the Fall 2021 filing period.

View and download the ADN Nursing Program Application to access the application for the LACC Registered Nursing Program. Please attend an Information Session for more information if you have not already.  ​​

  • Due to COVID 19, we need to make changes to the application submission option. Please note the changes in the application.

  • All documents must be submitted in a sealed envelope with a cover sheet. On the cover sheet you must type your full name, email address, phone number, Info session Date, Student ID #, and the semester you are applying for.

View and download the Military Personnel Advanced Placement Policy regarding information for the LACC Nursing Education Program Military Personnel.

View and download the E-10 Guidelines for details on Registered Nursing Program Standards.

The LACC Nursing Program accepts applications twice a year:

  • During Spring semester to apply for the following Fall semester.
  • During Fall semester to apply for the following Spring semester.

Exact dates are posted in the Information Session Announcement.

Required Steps to Apply to the Nursing Program

No Exceptions will be made to the Application Process or to the Application Filing Deadline.

Step 1: Prerequisite Courses

All prerequisites (semester units) must be completed before the application filing period with a grade of “C” or better and grades are posted on transcript.

All college courses listed below must be completed before the admitting semester's application filing period to qualify for lottery selection. Proof of High School Diploma and/or College Degree is required prior to entering the nursing program.

  • Anatomy 1 (4 semester units)
  • Physiology 1 (4 semester units)
  • Microbiology 1 or 20 (4 semester units)
  • Chemistry 60 or 68 (5 semester units) or one-year High School Chemistry (two semesters each with C or higher)
  • Psychology 1 (3 semester units)
  • Psychology 41 (3 semester units)
  • English 101 (3 semester units)
  • Math 125 (or higher) (5 semester units)

The Nursing Faculty strongly encourages students to complete the coursework below prior to entering the nursing program. The following courses are needed to graduate.

  • Communication Studies 101 or 121 (3 semester units)
  • 3 units of American Institution
  • 3 units of Humanities

Refer to LACC Class Schedule’s Graduation Plan B for all classes required for graduation.

Step 2: Academic Evaluation

You must attend a mandatory Information Session. (See Information Session Announcement for how to RSVP). Only students who have attended an information session will be considered for admissions.

The Nursing Counselor will only evaluate official, sealed transcripts once all have been submitted. Once evaluation has been completed, you will be notified by phone if qualified or not for this program. Please note: The Nursing Counselor will only evaluate official, sealed transcripts during the application filing period which the applicant submitted no later than the designated deadline.

The ATI TEAS exam, a diagnostic assessment test (basic math, English, reading, and science), must be taken before the application filing period ends.

NOTE: If you have already passed the ATI TEAS, you must have the official transcript(s) sent by ATI to LACC of all attempts and versions. The official transcript(s) must be received no later than the application filing period.

If you pass the Academic Evaluation successfully:

Step 3: Application and ATI TEAS

You may submit the Nursing Program application (the ADN Nursing Program Application link above). The application must be submitted complete via US mail within the application filing period and no later. Proof of a High School Diploma or College Degree is required.

Please send your application via US mail postmarked by October 30th to the following address:

Los Angeles City College Nursing Program,
855 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA-90029

If a date and a space is available, you may be assigned a date to take the ATI TEAS test at LACC when you submit your application. Your assigned test date cannot be changed or cancelled.

All students who have submitted an application must also pass the ATI TEAS in addition to meeting other requirements. Prospective students must score a composite score of 62.0% or higher on the ATI TEAS in order to pass.

Those who fail to achieve a passing score will be required to complete a remediation plan within one year of the initial testing date. Once remediation has been completed and approved, the prospective student may retake the ATI TEAS a second time and must pass with a 62.0% or higher in each subject category.

ATI TEAS Exam

LACC Nursing will offer a virtual TEAS Exam for the first 40 eligible applicants on a first come first served basis. The virtual ATI exam will be on Tuesday 10/27/2020 at 10:30 am with an ATI Proctorio dry run on Thursday 10/22/2020 at 1:00 pm. We will contact you after reviewing your application for eligibility.

Please review the Quick start Proctorio guide to make sure whether you meet the hardware requirements.

If you completed Steps 1-3 & pass the ATI TEAS test successfully:

Step 4: Selection Committee and Lottery

Your complete application, essay, ATI TEAS results, and all official transcripts will be reviewed by the Selection Committee. If approved, your application will be placed in the random lottery. We will notify you of your lottery result via email.

Regarding Foreign Country Transcripts:

All transcripts outside of the U.S. must be evaluated according to the following procedures:

  • You must complete 12 units with a “C” average within the LACCD prior to submitting any petition for credit.
  • Submit foreign transcripts to an LACC-approved foreign transcripts evaluation service to obtain credit recommendations.
  • Submit to the college’s Petitions Committee a sealed copy of the evaluation service’s credit recommendations along with a petition for approval of credit. Credit approval by the Petitions Committee is NOT automatic. (See a counselor for details.)

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