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Admission Requirements

The WCCCD Nursing Program admits students twice a year in the Spring and Fall semesters. Prospective students are required to submit the following: 

  • High School transcript, copy of High School diploma or Certified GED scores.
  • Official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities previously attended, including WCCCD.
  • Two (2) typewritten original Reference Letters; one from employer, on employer’s letterhead, and one personal reference, signed and dated within 6 months. If unemployed, submit two typewritten personal references. Letters written by family and WCCCD faculty members are not accepted.  All references will be verified.
  • Essay on Topics: “Why I Wish to Become a Nurse” and “How I Foresee Nursing in the Future.”
  • A Student Recommendation Form, if an applicant has been in a nursing program at another college.
  • Any healthcare licenses from Michigan Department of Community Health (MCDH).
  • Proof of current health care experience on an official letterhead.
  • Fulfill all of WCCCD admission requirements.
  • Verification of attendance at a Nursing Information Meeting.
PLEASE NOTE: WCCCD Nursing Program does not accept the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) to fulfill any program requirements.
NURSING MISSION STATEMENT

“The mission of the Nursing Program is aligned with the mission of the college. The mission of the Nursing Program is to educate, prepare, and empower student nurses to become competent health professionals and to promote health and wellness to individuals, families, and communities in our culturally diverse society.”

NURSING VISION STATEMENT

“Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) is committed to excellence in nursing education on a collegial level that promotes health and wellness to individuals, families and communities in our culturally diverse global society. Our vision is to develop a highly skilled nursing workforce providing compassionate care through academic and career success. “

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