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The Sinclair Nursing Program does have a policy for transfer students outlined in the Nursing Student Handbook online. To explore transfer options, please contact the Academic Advising office at 937-512-3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The requirements for the LPN-RN and RN tracks are located in the Nursing Student Handbook online. Students interested in nursing must meet with an academic advisor to review the eligibility requirements.
There are no prerequisite courses for the LPN-RN Track. To be eligible for the Advanced Placement LPN track students must meet the criteria outlined in the Nursing Student Handbook online.
Once you have met the eligibility requirements, you must meet with your academic advisor who will verify eligibility and notify the nursing department. The nursing department will then send a letter to the address on file for the college confirming your eligibility and placement on the waiting list. If you believe you have met the requirements and have not received your letter from the nursing department, please contact your academic advisor. It is also important that you maintain correct contact information. Information can be updated online at: Registration and Student Records
Students are invited to start the limited enrollment nursing courses each fall and spring semester. Letters are mailed to the address on file for the college to each student invited to begin the limited enrollment courses during the semester prior to the actual start date. It is also important that you maintain correct contact information. Information can be updated at online at http://www.sinclair.edu/services/basics/registration-and-student-records/forms/name-address-and-telephone-number-changes/.
Yes. Currently, students are able to take the first Nursing (NSG) courses within approximately 1-2 semesters of attaining eligibility to begin the limited enrollment nursing courses. Specific information is sent in writing as students become eligible for the limited enrollment courses.
It is critical that students maintain accurate contact information through the program. Students must contact student records to update their information or update online at http://www.sinclair.edu/services/basics/registration-and-student-records/forms/name-address-and-telephone-number-changes/.
Yes. Sinclair Nursing graduates are eligible to take the N-CLEX RN examination developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. See the section of the Nursing Handbook online to learn about background checks prior to taking the N-CLEX RN examination, as mandated by the Ohio Board of Nursing.
Most courses in the program require a 3-4 day/week commitment for class, lab and clinical experiences. Students should also plan for additional time outside of class for skills practice, homework and assignments, and testing.
Approximately 90 LPN and RN track students begin enrollment in NSG limited enrollment courses each fall and spring semester.