The Stanton University Nursing Program welcomes applications from students who will contribute to and benefit from the experience offered at university and students who are creative, motivated, self-disciplined and committed to Christian learning. The vocational nursing program prepares students for entry level positions responsible for rendering basic nursing services.
Vocational nurses are trained to practice under the direction of a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Physician. VN’s are employed in a range of healthcare setting including Acute Medical or surgical hospitals, outpatient clinics, home healthcare agencies, dialysis centers, doctor’s offices, ambulatory surgery centers, psychiatric hospitals, blood banks and correctional facilities to mention some.
All applicants will be expected to sit for and pass the entrance exam, submit to and pass criminal background check and interview with the Dean of Nursing Education.
Applicants can expect to receive acknowledgement of their application in three weeks after filing a completed application. Stanton University caution applicants to supply complete and accurate information on admission applications and other university forms. Applicants are also expected to submit authentic and official transcripts for all previous academic work.
The program is offered full-time during day classes (12 months), full-time evening (13 months) and part-time that include evenings and weekends (18 months).
|State board of nursing approval:||Fully Approved|
|Average NCLEX PN passrate (3 years):||47%|
|Average number of students tested annually:||45|
|Program accreditations:||Not Accredited|
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Annual NCLEX PN passrate data and the number of students who took the exam at Stanton University, Garden Grove as reported by California state board of nursing.
|Year||Students Tested||School||National Avg|
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