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NURSING is defined by the American Nurses' Association as 'the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations'. The IVC Nursing Program prepares both men and women for licensure to practice as a professional nurse. The program is open to students who are in good health, 18 years of age and older, and have successfully met the admission criteria. The RN Program is 4 semesters or 2 academic years in length, not including the Science and General Education (degree) prerequisites. Classes begin every semester with a class graduating every semester. Theory and lab (skills/simulations) classes are scheduled throughout the week , and clinical courses are offered on and off campus utilizing the local hospitals and healthcare agencies and out of town for psychiatric experience. A separate application is required when applying for the Nursing Program.

UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS: 
 

  • F2014 TEAS Tutoring begins on Thursday, August 21st at 0900 at the IVC Nursing Learning Center (NLC), Room 2158. Students interested in  signing up for tutoring can contact the NLC when it re-opens on Monday, August 18th.
  • F2014 Nursing Information Sessions - No RSVP required
Nursing Information Sessions (Parking pass required)
 Date Day  Time  Location 
 08/28/14  Thursday   4:00pm  2100 Heath Sciences Building
 09/17/14  Wednesday  4:00pm  2100 Heath Sciences Building
 10/21/14  Tuesday  4:00pm  2100 Heath Sciences Building
 11/20/14  Tuesday  4:00pm  2100 Heath Sciences Building

 

 

Prospective Nursing Students

 

 

Current Nursing Students

 

 

Career Opportunities

Registered Nursing positions are found in the following areas:

  • Acute and Long-Term Care Hospitals
  • Ambulatory Surgery Centers
  • Clinics and Health Centers
  • Correctional Facilities
  • Home Health and Hospice Agencies
  • Physician Offices
  • Public Health
  • Military
  • Rehabilitation Hospitals and Centers
  • Schools

Industry Certification and Licensure

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Department Contacts

The Nursing & Allied Health Office is located in Building 2100 (Office 2155)

 


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Staff Login Form

Please use the first part of your IVC Email (e.g. joe.smith) and your Email Password to login. If you are a student, please use the Student Portal to login.