Nursing – ADN Admissions
Admission to the Nursing program is competitive and is based on points earned through your score on an entrance test and your high school or college grades. There is no waiting list, which means that if you are not offered a seat in the program, you must reapply.
The ADN program begins only in the fall semester. Classes are held in the day-time only, and very few classes can be completed online. Classes are held at the main campus in Pinehurst.
Sandhills uses stages to designate your progress toward admission.
Stage 1 – Qualification stage, during which all prerequisites for application must be met.
Stage 2 – Application stage, during which points are calculated and reviewed for consideration.
Stage 3 – Pre-admission stage, during which final requirements must be met in order to receive final placement into the program.
ADN Transfer Procedure (Transferring from another nursing program)
All applicants must complete Stage I and submit a Stage II worksheet. Worksheets are available online or in the Nursing Department in Kennedy 125.
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- Stage I must be completed and all new transcripts submitted to the Registrars office by January 27, 2017.
- Stage II worksheets will be accepted starting January 30, 2017 and must be received by 4 PM on February 9, 2017.
- Stage I must be completed and all new transcripts submitted to the Registrars office by May 22, 2017.
- Stage II worksheets will be accepted starting May 22, 2017 and must be received by 4 PM on June 1, 2017.
For Advanced Placement and RIBN deadlines, please refer to the program sheet.
Stage I Information Sessions (general admissions information) are held in Blue Hall Room 108. Sessions are not mandatory, and registration is not required. Sessions typically last 45 minutes.
All sessions are held at 10:00 AM