Nursing Program

We offer a strenuous program of nursing education leading to an Associated of Applied
Science Degree in Nursing (ADN). A student successfully completing the first year of this
program will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-PN to become an LPN. A student successfully
completing both years of the program is eligible to sit for the NCLEX – RN to become licensed
as a registered nurse.

Admission is competitive, and twenty students are accepted each spring for admittance in the fall.
 



Application Forms

2015 Nursing Application (Application deadline is March 27, 2015)

OCCC Nursing Program Curriculum Map: 2014-2015

OCCC NUrsing Program Degree Checklist: 2014-2015

Disqualifying Crimes and Potentially Disqualifying Crimes

Estimated Tuition Costs

CPR certification is required: CPR classification must be Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers.  Classes are available through the Samaritan Health Services, American Heart Association or contact the Yachats Fire Department at 541-547-3266 for more information.

Current Student Infomation

OCCC Student Nurse Handbook 2013-2015

American DataBank - Instructions to create a Complio Account

American DataBank - Online tracking system for vaccines, CBC, and UA

Additional Info

Nursing Faculty & Staff Contacts

Frequently Asked Questions

Technical Standards

Financial Aid - Letter from the Interim President



 



  A project funded in part by a grant awarded under the President's
         Community-Based Job Training Grants, as implemented by the
U.S. Department of Labor's
Employment and Training Administration

OCCC Nursing Video

Advising: 

Students interested in entering the nursing program should make an appointment to meet with an OCCC advisor for initial and complex advising questions. If you’d like to schedule an advising appointment at Central County Center in Newport, please call 541-867-8501.  Academic advising is available at the North County Campus in Lincoln City at 541-996-6222.  Advising at the South County Campus in Waldport at 541-563-4502 by appointment only.

Nursing Program:

If you have specific questions about OCCC’s Nursing Program and application requirements, please contact PJ Pippin, Program Assistant, by phone at (541) 867-8548 or email patricia.pippin@occc.cc.or.us.


 

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