Nursing Program Information
NOTICE FOR SPRING 2022: All students registering for Spring 2022 nursing assistant courses (NUR 110/NUR 111), proof of full COVID-19 vaccination status will be required.
The purpose of the curriculum in Nursing and Allied Health is to prepare students with knowledge and skills to enter various specialty fields of employment in the Health Care industry. Students wanting to transfer to a University will be able to complete the necessary courses or be able to enter the workforce with either a degree or a certificate. This program supported by Flagstaff Community Foundation and its funding collaborators.
This program is for students looking to apply to the nursing program at CCC. Students must meet with a CCC advisor before applying to the CCC Nursing Program.
The purpose of the curriculum in the Nursing program is to prepare students with knowledge and skills to enter the workforce as a nurse generalist in various healthcare settings. Other areas in the health sciences at CCC include Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, Medical Office Management, and Pre-Health Careers. Students wanting to transfer to a University will be able to complete the necessary courses or be able to enter the workforce with either a degree or certificate. The Nursing Program is supported the Arizona Community Foundation and its funding collaborators.
The information below is for students who are interested in applying to the Nursing Program at CCC. Students are required to meet with an Advisor before applying.
Nursing Information & Forms
- Nursing Student Handbook Spring 2022
- COVID Vaccine Statement
- Nursing Program Costs
- Nursing Tip Sheet Academic Year 2021-2022
- Fall 2022 Nursing Application
- Fall 2022 Nursing Selection Criteria
- Nursing Entrance Exam (ATI TEAS)
- Testing Dates: TBD
- ATI TEAS Testing Information
- Visit the Frequently Asked Questions webpage for more information
- View our Nursing Application Information Session Recording
Nursing Program Advisement
Please contact the Advising Department at the Lone Tree Campus 928-226-4323 for initial advisement. Once students have had an initial appointment with an academic advisor and want to know more about the Nursing Program or the Concurrent Enrollment Program can call for an appointment to meet with the Director of Nursing. Please call 928-526-7640 to make an appointment. For more information, please view the Nursing Tip Sheet .
Concurrent Enrollment Program
The CCC nursing program is partnered with Northern Arizona University (NAU), Grand Canyon University (GCU), and Arizona State University (ASU) to provide a Concurrent Education Program (CEP). The CEP program provides a student the choice to apply to NAU, GCU, or ASU to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The student would take online courses through the university of the their choice while taking the core nursing classes in person at CCC. This allows a student to graduate in two years and earn both an Associate degree and Bachelor degree in Nursing. For more information, please contact Katherine Costa, Director of Nursing/Allied Health and/or Advising.
RN to BSN and Transferability of Credits
Coconino Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and as a member of the North Central Association; all classes taken at CCC are transferable to other public and private educational institutions in Arizona. Additional courses will be required to meet requirements for the RN to BSN curriculum.
Upon acceptance into the nursing program, students are required to submit the following documents: confidential health form; TB skin test results; and vaccination records for varicella, MMR, Hepatitis B, Tdap, and influenza. AZ LNA license, CPR certification, AZ DPS fingerprint clearance card, and immunizations are required to be kept up-to-date for the duration of the nursing program. The nursing program utilizes an online platform in which to manage these documents related to the nursing program, and a one-time cost of $60 is required.