Supplemental Application for Military Medic/Corpsman to RN Transition Program

Before submitting a supplemental application for the nursing program, you must first apply for admission to HCC.

This application, official transcripts from all colleges attended (HCC calculates cumulative GPA from all college coursework as part of the scoring process), and official TEAS test results must be received by January 15 for the summer semester to be eligible for the program. Students completing classes at HCC do not need to submit an official HCC transcript. Program acceptance or denial letters will be mailed in mid-to-late March to those applying for the summer class.

Program Facts

The program begins in May. Notification regarding acceptance into the program is mailed in mid March. Admissions requirements: All nursing applicants must complete the nationally-normed test for nursing students known as the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). For more information, contact the Department of Nursing at 240-500-2380.

Admissions requirements: Completion of required prerequisite courses and all general education courses before beginning the program. Verification from an employer of two years employment as an Military Medic/Corpsman within the past 5 years. Satisfactory letter of recommendation from most recent employer/manager. Must have documented past or present status of a “Navy Corpsman” (HM3) course completed, NER-HM-004), “Army 91 WM6”, or “USAF4NO” skill identifier for this advanced placement option into the Nursing Program, Additionally, Military Medics must submit SMART transcripts which document required experiences such as administration of medication, documentation of patient care, experiences with use of medical and surgical asepsis and maintaining safety in patient care.

Additional Information:

Complete the Supplemental Application for Military Medic/Corpsman to RN Transition Program

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